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Spring Flooding - Curve Lake First Nation - April 15th, 2014

2014-04-15


Please be advised that there is spring flooding in the area due to the recent changes in the weather and temperatures. 

Residents of Curve Lake are asked to take precautions to protect life and property and in particular to stay away from fast moving water courses, please warn children to avoid playing in these areas.  Please secure docks/structures close to the waterfront and store items that may be swept away in flood water to a higher location, e.g. lawn furniture, landscaping features, etc…

Curve Lake First Nation is suggesting that those households in flood susceptible areas may want to consider sand bagging vulnerable areas around their home.  Sand bags are available in limited quantities from Public Works and from some local hardware stores. Sand is available for flooding from Public Works. Most residents purchase bagged topsoil for their spring gardening.  These bags are a great ‘sand bag’ too and can be re-used for gardening later.

For the full notice on spring flooding, please click here  

For Public Works, please call 705-657-2178.

To report flooding, please contact ORCA’s Flood Watch Hotline: 705-745-5791 ext. 228 (24 hours).

To report a life threatening flood emergency, contact 911.

Curve Lake First Nation will continue to monitor the flooding situation and work with other applicable agencies to provide information.  

For further information or if you have questions or concerns, please contact the Government Services Office at 705-657-8045.


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