A punishing downpour Saturday night pushed the Rogue River past flood stage in Gold Hill and swelled local creeks.
"It's about the highest it's been, but it hasn't caused any major issues," said firefighter Casey Daugherty with Fire District No. 1 in Rogue River.
Some yards were flooded, but not any houses, Daugherty said.
The river slightly surpassed the 12-foot flood stage in Gold Hill at 12:45 p.m. Sunday when it reached 12.2 feet.
Other communities reported flooding in yards, but no houses appeared to be damaged.
— Damian Mann