Spring flood update – Tuesday April 30th 2019

VIGILANCE LEVEL: HIGH 

According to the Direction générale de la sécurité civile, water levels will decrease by approximately 5 cm to 10 cm by the end of the day Wednesday in the Lake of Two Mountains area.  See the forecasts below.

STREETS IMPACTED by flooding : Rousseau, Main, Amity, Halcro, Yacht Club, Wharf, Chipman’s Point. See the map : http://bit.ly/2INt8cK for additional details

NO VOLUNTEERS required at this time for Wednesday May 1st.Town employees will be at the municipal garage, 529 Main, on Wednesday April 24th  from 8 am – 8 pm to lend a hand to riverside residents who come to fill and collect sandbags. Property owners are strongly advised to bring shovels and manpower to help with filling their sandbags.

RIVERSIDE RESIDENTS: The dedicated phone number: 450-458-4011 remains operational 24/7.

Forecasts:
Ottawa River at Carillon dam :
April 30th:  9123 m3/s
May 1st : 9373 m3/s
May 2nd : 9298 m3/s

Lake of Two Mountains at Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue :
April 30th : 24,61 m
May 1st : 24,61 m
May 2nd : 24,58 m

For more information: Surveillance de la crue des eaux