Several roads are closed and flood warnings in place in Doncaster after heavy rainfall over the weekend.
The Environment Agency said six warnings were in place along the River Don, meaning flooding is expected and action is required.
South Yorkshire Police said a number of roads had been shut, with people being asked to avoid the area.
Trains between Doncaster and Scunthorpe have also been cancelled due to flooding on the line.
The Environment Agency said the latest recorded level on the Don was 4.73m with usual levels between 0.2m to 3.6m.
Bridge Hill leading to Fishlake Nab, Stainforth— SouthYorkshirePolice (@syptweet) October 27, 2019
Plumtree Hill Rd and Woodhouse Grn Rd, Bramwith Woodhouse
Jack Row Ln & Lodge Ln, Kirkhouse Green
Low Ln, Kirk Bramwith
Access to Fishlake via Kirkhouse Green Rd to Westfield road and onto Trundle Lane.
Police said officers in Doncaster had been working with partner agencies to ensure the safety of residents and drivers in the east of the borough and they have tweeted roads which are closed.