Crews at the Bossier Parish Highway Department have been working all morning, loading cars and trucks with sandbags.
Those who live in flood zones throughout the parish have been stocking up just in case flood waters invade their home.
"Water has a tendency to overrun some of the drains, and the streets ends up being what channels the water through the subdivision," says Robert Dignam.
Dignam says he's been through a few floods where the sandbags have been vital.
"Well, I keep them in reserve, and these... I happened to depleat my other ones, and now I'm restocking," says Dignam.
In the Carriage Oaks Subdivision in Bossier Parish, you can already see some yards becoming small ponds.
Water is also standing idle on roads.
Excess water runs into the neighborhood's private lake, which is filling up quickly.
That worries homeowners like Dignam.
"We have to be alert at the fact that one minute water is going the right place, then the next minute it's going the wrong place," says Dignam.
But if more ran comes, Dignam said he'll be prepared.
"Not nervous, just worried," says Dignam. "Just make sure I keep a handle on it, to where I don't end up with water coming to my front door."