The next area of concern is down stream in the Tumalo area.
Deschutes Basin Watermaster, Jeremy Giffin says they are wtaching the flows closely.
"We are monitoring the situation using the stream gauging stations. We will definitely let the public know if we see anything that looks like inevitable flooding in the Tumalo area. At this point, we're still not sure the degree of flooding we can expect in the town of Tumalo."
Currently the flows are about ten times of normal.
Giffin says they should know in the next 24 to 48 hours whether any homes in Tumalo along the Deschutes River are in danger of flooding.