The flooding from this weekend is still visible in a neighborhood that knows all too well about it. The neighborhood on Bristol Road borders the river and has seen the waters rise dangerously high in the past years, which made one neighbor hesitant about moving there. "By what the neighbors say, they do pack up their stuff, try to go to relatives. I know some people that go to hotels. We just try to follow what they do." Someone he got advice from, Gary Perez, who's lived in the area for 25 years and been through multiple floods. "It's scary because you don't know what's going to happen." He says he was calling different organizations to get information on the flooding. "They can more or less say it might rise 26 feet or 25 feet, but are you sure?" He has animals which makes it crucial to know the details. At 30 feet, he moves his animals. Perez used his own method using bricks, to see how high the water was rising. Having lost everything in the 2010 flood, Perez says he was prepared for whatever mother nature had planned. "Thank God nobody got hurt or...that's the important thing. We can rebuild. It's material." This time, Perez will not have to rebuild. Nothing in his home was damaged.