Here is the newest information from Webster Parish as of Sunday morning: Due to a fast recession of Dorcheat at Springhill, which crested late yesterday at 20.7, waters have receded enough along LA Hwy. 2 from Sarepta to Shongaloo for DOTD to feel comfortable with reopening that roadway. A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF WATER still remains on either side of the road, so drivers should still be EXTREMELY CAREFUL and not become distracted; however this road reopening will restore significant travel convenience for residents on the northern ends of Webster Parish. CURRENT CLOSURES: Hwy. 164 from Sibley to Doyline Hwy 157 from Mimosa to Allison Hill Hwy. 157 from Percy Burns to Crooked Creek Bridge Fuller Road North at Hwy. 371 Hwy. 160 due to flooding and washout Sand Hill Road (East end) is washed out Redbud Road Hwy. 157 between Airport Road and Hilltop Road Hwy. 157 at Dorcheat is closed until at least Sunday Hwy. 157 at Cypress Creek Doc Steed north of Rice Road Allan Drive Additionally, as Dorcheat Bayou at Dixie Inn continuously rises, a larger number of residents on or around the Bayou to the South of Dixie Inn and into Doyline and Heflin near Lake Bistineau are reporting rising waters. "Weve received no reports of water in homes yet," said Webster homeland security director John Stanley. "But we are not far from it, as Bistineau is approaching 146 fairly quickly. Thats about where we began to see the significant flooding of some homes a couple of weeks ago." Stanley added that predictions still remain for a crest on Dorcheat at Bistineau of 147, very near all time record levels. Urgent needs for sandbags should be reported by calling 318-377-1515. "If your home or structure has flooded ever before then it is likely to be flooded again during this event," reminds Stanley. "For those that have no history of flooding, they will most likely not see it this time; but they may have to deal with flooded roadways and access points into their properties." Webster officials are encouraging at-risk residents to prepare immediately and appropriately. Webster sheriffs and OEP spokesperson Jenny Reynolds says that people should prepare sensibly and added, "It would be smart for those at risk of the worst flooding to consider voluntarily leaving for a few days--especially those with any health conditions or special needs." Any requests for emergency services or reports of damages that may require urgent action should notify officials by calling 911.