A flood alert issued to villages in Gedling borough near the River Trent has now been lifted.
The Environment Agency had warned those living in Burton Joyce, Colwick and areas of Netherfield that flooding was possible after river levels continued to rise after recent heavy rainfall.
That warning has now been lifted.
A spokesman for the Environment Agency said: “Nottingham Trent levels have fallen and are below levels of concern. There is no longer a threat of further flooding.
“Communities near to the River Trent should now be clear of water although some standing water may remain. We recommend caution as the situation could change. We are closely monitoring the situation.”