ROBINSON TWP. (WHTC) - A flood warning remains in effect for Ottawa County along the Grand River in Robinson Township as county emergency management officials keep an eye on water levels resulting from melting ice. The National Weather Service office in Grand Rapids says as of 4 p.m. Friday, water levels on the Grand were holding steady at near 15 feet, above the flood stage of 13-point-3 feet. Some minor flooding is reported in the area of Van Lopik Road, but the ice jam was expected to stabilize overnight as temperatures fell into the single digits. Forecasters say levels may slowly drop Saturday if the ice remains stable. Residents can pick up sandbags free of charge at the offices of Robinson Township, as well as in Grand Haven and Spring Lake townships, the city of Grand Haven and village of Spring Lake.