Number of evacuees: 30 spent the night at the Columbia Parkway YMCA. City firefighters helped about 60 vacate homes.
Shelter locations: Columbia Parkway YMCA at Delta and Columbia Parkway in Columbia Tusculum, 871-4594; and the Ebersole Community Center, 5701 Kellogg Ave. in the California neighborhood; 231-6617.
How to get help (numbers to call for assistance): 911 for help leaving home. Public Works customer service, 591-6000. Red Cross, 579-3000.
How to give help (numbers to volunteer or donate goods): Red Cross, 579-3000.
Street information: Call 333-3333.
Shelter: Columbia Parkway YMCA and Ebersole Community Center.
How to get help: 911 for emergencies. Non-emergencies, the Red Cross, 579-3000 or (800) 255-7070 for shelter or other assistance.
How to give help: Red Cross, 579-3000.
Shelters: New Richmond High School, 1131 Bethel-New Richmond Road in New Richmond, and Ripley- Union-Lewis High School, 1317 S. Second St., Ripley.
How to get help: Emergency Operations Center, 732-8035; Sheriff's department, 732-7500.
How to give help: The Interparish Ministry, contact the Rev. Paul McCollough, 732-7079.
Non-emergency, public works phone numbers: County water and sewers, 732-7040.
Environmental problems: Boil water advisory.
News of the day: The village's hilltop schools - with no classes again Tuesday - became hubs of activity for commerce and relief efforts.
Evacuees: About 500.
Shelters: Manchester High School, Eighth Street, Manchester.
How to get help: Sheriff, (937) 544-2314. Emergency Operations Center, (937) 544-8251.
News of the day: More than 200 Ohio National Guard troops, including military police and engineers, are working in the county.
Evacuees: 150 households in Aberdeen; 50 households in Ripley.
Shelters: Ripley-Union-Lewis High School, 1317 S. Second St., Ripley.
How to get help: Sheriff, (937) 378-4155; Emergency Operations Center, (937) 392-7008. Red Cross, (800) 225-7070. National Guard, (937) 392-4384.
How to give help: Red Cross, (937) 392-7008 or 579-3010.
Non-emergency numbers: Brown County Sheriff's Department, (937) 378-4155.
Shelters: Salvation Army, Findlay Street in Portsmouth; Nile Township Community Center, Washington Township Fire Department and Nazarene Church in Rarden.
How to get help: Scioto County Sheriff's Department, (614) 355-8358.
How to give help: Contact local volunteer fire departments. Greatest need is clean drinking water outside of Portsmouth. Contact the Red Cross, (614) 355-8333.
Residential losses: $35 million estimated.
News of the day: Flood waters began to recede.
Evacuees: 20 families from Aurora.
Shelter locations: Greendale Cabin on Nowlin Avenue in Greendale.
How to get help: Dearborn County dispatch center, (812) 537-3431. Emergency Operations Center, (812) 537-3971.
How to give help: Red Cross, (812) 537-9036.
News of the day: Gov. Frank O'Bannon today is scheduled to survey flood damage in Lawrenceburg, as well as Vevay, Tell City and Grandview.
How to get help: Ohio County Sheriff's Department: (812) 438-3636.
Evacuees: 50 families
Shelters: Jeff-Craig Middle School, Main Street in Vevay.
How to get help: Switzerland County Sheriff's Department, (812) 427-3636. Emergency Operations Center, (812) 427-3750.
How to give help: WKID-FM, (812) 427-9590.
News of the day: Patriot, Ind., residents continued to evacuate as the Ohio River jumped to 58.4 feet.