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The Town is asking organizations and volunteers to help fill sandbags for those who are most vulnerable to flooding and unable to fill the bags themselves. Volunteers are invited to come down to the Fire station at 529 Main Road TODAY from NOON until approximately 6...

Issued at 2017-05-05 08:19 UTC by Environment Canada: Rainfall warning issued for: Soulanges area, Que. (032510) Current details: Rain, at times heavy, is expected. The ground, already near saturation, has little ability to absorb further rainfall. A low pressure system will affect the province of Quebec through Sunday giving significant...

Water levels are very high right now and are predicted to rise starting Friday afternoon until Sunday morning. We ask all our citizens along the shore line to be cautious and advise us if help is needed. The town has sandbags ready and available in...

From May 1st to October 31st, 2017, the Community Patrol’s summer schedule (below) will be in effect. To contact the Community Patrol Office: 450-458-4011, ext 108 For all after-hours requests or complaints, residents should call 311. For all emergencies, contact 911. For additional information regarding the responsibilities of the Community Patrol, click below [embed]https://hudson.quebec/en/services/public-security/community-patrol/[/embed]  ...

What should you do once the water has receded? Check with an electrician before switching the power back on Consult a heating specialist before turning your heating appliances back on. Contact a qualified gas technician to reconnect the natural gas supply. Consult the municipal Web...

The level of the Lake of Two Mountains has stabilized and is now beginning to recede.  The Fire Department and the Public Works Department continue to monitor conditions closely. Sand bags continue to be available for pick-up by Hudson residents. If you require sand bags,...

The level of the Lake of Two Mountains is, according to Public Security, at an impending flood level. The water level of the lake is projected to rise by nearly 6 cm by Sunday, April 23, 2017. The Fire Department and the Public Works Department have...