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Flood Notice

Friday, February 21, 2014

The rain mixed with the rise in temperature will result in melting snow.  It is expected that water levels of creeks, rivers and streams will be higher than normal and ice will become thin and break-up. The possibility exists for flooding on roadways and in low-lying areas. 

How You Can Help

  • Report flooding on roads and in your neighbourhood by calling 3-1-1
  • Take a moment and make sure the catch basin near your home is clear of snow and debris

Stay Safe

The rain and melting snow will create hazardous conditions around creeks, rivers and streams.  Please use extreme caution and avoid all waterways.  Ensure children are aware of the dangers and that they avoid playing near any waterways.

General information about drainage and flooding