June 3, 2019 · Public Notice · Flooding Emergency Update 12

 

Public Notice
Flooding Emergency Update 12

June 3, 2019, 2:00 pm

 

Lake Nipissing’s water level has receded to an average of 196.46 m. Minimal precipitation and wind conditions are forecasted for the next five days, which could cause water levels to continue to recede slowly or remain stable.

Road closures remain the same with the exception of Leduc road, which was reopened on June 3, 2019. For safety reasons, boat launch availability is still limited. Unnecessary driving and speeding on closed roads has been reported in affected areas. The Municipality and Emergency Services urge motorists to adhere to road closure signs, and boaters to respect the no wake zones. 

Emergency Services and Operations Crews continue to patrol and assess conditions daily. We will provide updates as new information becomes available.

 

For any flood related inquiries or concerns, please contact us at 705.753.1171. 

 


 

Additional Information 

Helpful Links

MNRF North Bay District Flood Warning - June 3, 2019

MNRF North Bay District Watershed Statement - June 3, 2019

Ontario Flood Map

Environment Canada Weather - West Nipissing

Water Level and Flow Information

 

Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians Program

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Call 1-844-780-8925

Guidelines to apply for Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians (DRAO)

Apply for disaster recovery assistance

Applicants should also contact their insurance providers regarding flood damage matters.

 

Municipal Boat Launch Closures

  • Marina Minnehaha Bay
  • Sturgeon River House Museum
  • Holditch Street in Sturgeon Falls
  • Cache Bay Launch on Dock Rd.
  • St-Jean Municipal Launch
  • Lavigne Municipal Launch
  • Boat Launching Considerations

  •  Come prepared to launch in high water levels, wear a life jacket and appropriate footwear.
  • Launching will require more than one person per boat.
  • Expect some vehicle congestion, please be patient with other boaters and help one another.
  •  Do not park vehicles and trailers within the launch area.
  • Boating Safety Considerations

  • Be mindful of dangerous floating debris.
  • Navigate with caution and follow the 9 km/hr speed regulation.
  • The slightest wake can cause damage to shoreline properties and sand bag walls.
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    Accommodations and Assistance 

    Residents who or are in need of accommodations or volunteering assistance can call 705.753.1171.

     

    Road Conditions

    Visit the Road Closures page for an updated list. 
    Road conditions are updated as information becomes available. 

     

    Sandbags

    100 bags per residence are available to those in need. Sand bags are available at the Sturgeon Falls Fire Station (225 Holditch Street) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Sand bags are to be used to protect homes and wells, not secondary structures and shorelines. 

    Sand piles are available in areas including:

  • Marleau Road (at Lac Deux Milles Road Intersection)
  • Marleau Road (at the East end/dead end)
  • Avenue du lac in Lavigne
  • End of Eugene Rd (between Arbour and Comeau)
  • O’Brien (Turn around) 
  • Quesnel (West End) 
  • End of Lac Deux Milles (dead end/turnaround)
  • End of Argo Road
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    Volunteering Efforts

    Additional volunteer assistance may be required. To participate, please contact 705.753.1171 afterhours or on the weekend or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with your name, phone number and email address.

     

    Contact Info

    For any flood related inquiries or concerns, please contact us at 705.753.1171. 

    To report an emergency please call 911. 

     

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