Residents still assessing damage in wake of Hurricane Irma

Although the storm system has dissipated and is no longer a threat to Florida, Villagers are assessing the damage left in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

Multiple roads, golf courses and golf cart tunnels are still flooded with water as of Tuesday across The Villages. Some Villagers have reported having streets flooded with as deep as 6 inches of rainfall.

Businesses are slowly reopening, and lines at gas stations are lengthy.

Villages-News.com readers have been submitting photos of their neighborhoods and homes; check them out below.

Do you have any photos of the impact Hurricane Irma had on your home or neighborhood? Please share them with us at www.villages-news.com/contact-us or via email at news@villages-news.com.

 

Golf carts wade into the water that has flooded a tunnel in The Villages

Golf carts wade into the water that has flooded a tunnel in The Villages.

Golf Cart tunnel B22 still flooded

Golf Cart tunnel B22 is still flooded.

Turtle Mound golf course hole #4 flooded

Turtle Mound golf course hole #4 is flooded.

Debris at Lake Sumter Landing

Debris at Lake Sumter Landing.

Rising water covers Glenview Driving Range

Rising water covers Glenview Driving Range.

Flooding at Hawkes Bay Golf Course

Flooding at Hawkes Bay Golf Course.

Downed tree on Paradise Lane in Orange Blossom Hills

Downed tree on Paradise Lane in Orange Blossom Hills.

Tree on house on Paradise Lane

Downed tree on a house on Paradise Lane.

Downed tree near La Hacienda

Downed tree near La Hacienda.

Flooding in the Historic Section

Flooding in the Historic Side of The Villages.

Roof shingles torn from home in Village of Lake Deaton

Roof shingles torn from home in Village of Lake Deaton.

High water levels at pond in Pine Ridge

High water levels at a pond in Pine Ridge.

Tree downed on top of fence in Ocala neighborhood

Tree downed on top of a fence in an Ocala neighborhood.

Tree on top of home at 156th Place in Summerfield

Tree on top of a home at 156th Place in Summerfield.

unken boat at Lake Sumter Landing

Sunken boat at Lake Sumter Landing.

Downed tree in Summerfield

Downed tree in Summerfield.

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