LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A number of Kentuckiana schools and businesses have announced closures for Monday, Feb. 26 amid weekend flooding. 

Bullitt County Public Schools announced on Facebook Sunday there would be no school due to the magnitude of recent flooding in the county.

The post read:

Due to the magnitude of flooding occurring in significant portions of Bullitt County, Bullitt County Schools will be closed on Monday, February 26, 2018. We continue to monitor the situation in conjunction with the Bullitt County Division of Emergency Management and will determine further actions late tomorrow afternoon. Stay safe and don't drive through standing water on the roads. Not worth dying over. KD

Carroll County Schools have also decided to close through Tuesday, according to WDRB's school and business closings page.

JCPS, however, took to Twitter on Sunday to announce school would be in session as a make-up day:

Louisville-based Mom's Music called WDRB Sunday afternoon to advise that their Mellwood Avenue location would be closed through Monday, with a decision on Tuesday still pending. 

Other closings will be listed below as they come into the WDRB newsroom:


  • Schools:
    • Bullitt County Public Schools closed Monday
    • Carroll County Schools closed through Tuesday
    • Valiant Christian Academy, closed Monday
  • Businesses:
    • Mom's Music, 1900 Mellwood Avenue closed through Monday, Tuesday decision pending


  • Schools:
    • Crawford County Schools, delayed 2 hours
    • New Albany-Floyd County Schools, delayed 2 hours
    • West Point Indiana Schools, closed Monday
    • North Harrison Community Schools, delayed 2 hours
    • Springs Valley Community Schools, delayed 2 hours
  • Businesses:

This story will be updated. You can check the WDRB school closings list by clicking here.  

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