Several state of emergency declarations rescinded in RDOS

Declaration rescinded due to reduction in snowpack volumes and severity of forecasted weather events

The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen is advising residents that the declaration of local states of emergency has been rescinded for the following properties due to the reduction in snowpack volumes and severity of forecasted weather events.


Tin Horn Creek:

Road 8:  450

Road 9:  152  212  238  242  250  278  280  292  298  306  350

Hester Creek:

Mariposa Road:  4898  545  555  579  583  589  598  599

Road 11:  316  336  337  352  370  386  443  466  468  470  4472

Testalinden Creek:

Testalinden Place:  511  545  555  579  583  589  598  599

Golden Mile Drive:  4472  4444

Highway 97:  4535  4523  4522  4508

Road 15:  308

The RDOS also rescinded the evacuation order for Olalla resident:

 2637 1st St

Residents are advised to continue to montor the area and stay vigilant. Keep well away from all creeks and rivers as water flows can change quickly and banks become increasingingly undermined and unstable. Sudden weather changes can affect wave action on local lakes.

Report any sudden flow changes to the RDOS emergency operations centre at 250-492-0237 and after hours to the provincial emergency hotline at 1-800-663-3456.

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