The Environment Agency has issued three red flood warnings for the district.
The county council has announced a hardship fund, which has been made available to help residents and businesses affected by the recent flooding.
Residents in Newark and Sherwood are today being urged to remain vigilant after flooding threatened homes in Newark.
More flood warnings have been issued by the Environment Agency, with more rain forecast this week.
A yellow warning of rain for the Newark and surrounding area has been issued by the Met Office.
The Enironment Agency has confirmed that river levels are now falling at the Farndon river gauge, and are now below the flood risk threshold.
Nottinghamshire Police are warning people in Newark to heed flooding advice, as the A617 at Kelham Bridge is closed and Tolney Lane is evacuated.
The A617 is closed from the Cattlemarket roundabout to Blacksmiths Lane due to water on the road.
The Environment Agency has issued red flood warnings for Newark, as well as others in the area.
Nottinghamshire County Council has urged residents to remain vigilant and prepared for further possible flooding.
The A1 northbound has now fully reopened after it was closed due to flooding between North Muskham and Apleyhead, near Worksop.