With flood conditions predicted along the South Platte River, people in North Platte are getting ready.
At Centennial Park Retirement Village there is already a pre-evacuation plan in process.
"We are collecting residents' belongings, collecting supplies," said Michelle Hochstetler, executive director.
Hochstetler hopes to gather more information throughout the week to help decide if an evacuation is needed.
If an evacuation is ordered, residents who cannot go with family members will be transported to the First United Methodist Church in North Platte.
A sister facility located in Sutherland may also be able to take some residents.
"The safety of the residents is my main concern," said Hochstetler.
For other residents of North Platte, the city is urging people to be prepared, but not yet alarmed by the flooding forecast.
"We are doing everything we can to stay on top of this," said City Administrator Jim Hawks. "We are doing everything we can to get the most up to date information on exactly what it is that is flowing our way."
The Lincoln County Emergency Management will continue to hold meetings daily at 11:30 a.m. at the North Platte City Council Chamber to update the river's conditions.