Sunday July 12th, 2020 7:40AM

Second round of heavy rains mean road closures as well as delays and cancellations

By AccessWDUN Staff

A second round of heavy rain across North Georgia has prompted schedule changes, cancellations and road closures across North Georgia. Our list will be updated, so check back for the latest details.


Hall County:

  • Claude Parks Road has been closed from Old Dahlonega Highway to Jake Kemp Road until further notice
  • Calvary Church Road remains closed from last week's floods
  • Lawson Road remains closed from last week's floods


The following school systems have closed schools for Tuesday, Feb. 11

  • Gilmer County
  • Habersham County 
  • Union County

The following school systems are operating on a two-hour delay for Tuesday, Feb. 11

  • Banks County
  • Dawson County 
  • Franklin County 
  • Lumpkin County
  • Towns County Schools 


  • Homer Baptist Preschool will operate on a two-hour delay Tuesday, Feb. 11
  • Dahlonega United Methodist Preschool will open at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11


  • Family Resource Center of Northeast Georgia in Clarkesville will be closed and appointments canceled for Tuesday, Feb. 11. This includes both the Visitation Center and Annex
  • All Gilmer County Superior Civil and Criminal Court is canceled for Tuesday, Feb. 11.  All cases will be rescheduled for a later date. Details: (706) 635-4462
  • Associated Categories: Local/State News
  • Associated Tags: rain, flooding, closings
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