Municipalities outside of the Drumheller Valley are also experiencing problems with overland flooding.
Kneehills Creek and Three Hills Creek are both experiencing high flows and a flood watch has been issued by Alberta Environment.
Multiple roads in Kneehill County remain closed, and others are local traffic only. Residents are advised to check the county website for details.
Wheatland County has issued a flood warning to residents. Some roads have water on the surface, and more is expected as the warm weather continues to produce melt waters.
A report said sandbags were being delivered to Rosebud and Carsland.
The Village of Carbon also has high water in a number of places, with the campground underwater at last report.