This story was updated on Oct. 30 at 2:30 p.m.
Tropical Storm Zeta has left numerous roads closed and inaccessible throughout Roswell, Alpharetta and Milton.
Zeta made landfall in Louisiana around 5 p.m. Oct. 28. By 4 a.m. Oct. 29, Zeta reached metro Atlanta and northwest Georgia. Emergency responders have been working through the early morning to clear roads and more than 600,000 Georgians were left without power.
The following roads have trees down and/or are closed in Roswell.
Current list of road closures due to trees and lines down:
- West Rd./Autumnwood Trl.
- Hwy. 9 South of Magnolia
- King Rd., North of Roswell High School to Cox Rd.
- Hwy. 9 at Jones Dr.
- Coleman at Northpoint
- Mimosa at Oxbo
- Azalea Dr.
- Hightower Rd. is at Coleman Rd.
Traffic Signals Out:
- Hembree/Upper Hembree
- Woodstock/Wildwood Springs
- Bentgrass/ E. Crossville
- Grimes Bridge/Dogwood
- All of Riverside
- Barrington Hall Historic House Museum & Grounds
- Bulloch Hall Historic House Museum & Grounds
- Smith Plantation Historic House Museum & Grounds
- Woodstock Dog Park
The city says all park trails have a number of trees and limbs down and debris scattered from the storm. Please stay clear of all downed or falling trees. Crews will be working over the next few days to clear the fallen trees and debris.
The following roads have trees down and/or are closed in Alpharetta. The city says both road have active power lines entangled in the downed trees.
- Webb Bridge Road at Westwind Drive
- Canton Street between Jasmine Garden Way and Mayfield Road
As of 12 p.m., the following major roads — or portions thereof — remain closed as crews do their work:
- Bethany Road, between Providence Road and Mayfield Road
- Nix Road, between Freemanville Road and Birmingham Highway
- Freemanville Road, between Birmingham Road and Henderson Road
- Freemanville Road, between Providence Road and Mayfield Road
- Providence Road at Providence Oaks Street
- Bethany Church Road
Police are reminding residents to always assume a downed power line is live and life-threatening. Keep children and pets away from downed lines. Do not attempt to remove a person or animal caught in power lines. Call 911 for help.
Do not attempt to remove tree limbs or any other object from a downed line. Please call the non emergency number to report. Never drive over a downed line or under a low-hanging wires.