Flood damage is proving to be costly across southern Minnesota--that includes Martin County, where officials are reporting over $385,000 in damage so far to county roads and city infrastructure.

They're asking residents to continue reporting flood damage.
County officials are seeking relief assistance for those repairs, but they've already exceeded their state and federal assistance threshold of around $100,000.
While there is no guarantee of assistance, residents are encouraged to file a claim if they have had damage.