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Flood Information



If high water levels are impacting you or your property, please submit a service request so that the appropriate staff receive the request immediately and there is a record of the request being made and action taken. If it is an after hours emergency where your home is at immediate risk, call (204) 904-9286. Please always call 911 if you are in a life threatening situation.


We have done some drone coverage this past spring of the ice break up and movement as it moved north on the river. These images allowed us to monitor for any potential risk of jamming and to see it's location each day. This imagery can be accessed on our Flood 2023 Photos and Videos webpage.


Province's Flood Outlook Information 
To view the Province's latest flood outlook information and news releases, please click on the following link: 
To view the Government of Canada's Real-Time Hydrometic Data Graph for Netley Creek near Petersfield, please click on the following link:
To view the Government of Canada's Real-Time Hydrometic Data Graph for Breezy Point, please click on the following link:

What you need to do if your property is at risk this spring?

  • Monitor the spring melt and watch for anything abnormal in your area and protect your home and property as necessary; empty sandbags and sand will be available
  • Know the notification/warning systems the RM uses:
  • Protect your pets and livestock
  • Take special precautions to safeguard electrical, natural gas or propane heating equipment. This may include turning off electricity to the affected areas of your home
  • Move furniture, electrical appliances, valuables and personal belongings to floors above ground level
  • Contact your insurer to make sure you are covered for flood insurance if your property is at risk
  • The RM is not responsible for individual property protection, does not deliver sandbags and will not provide staff to install them
  • Protect all openings, holding tanks, drinking water supply and septic fields that may be at risk

There are some great fact sheets and resources of information on our Flood Fact Sheets page that can provide guidance and assistance in preparing for possible flooding situations.

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During an emergency or flood situation, we are able to map out specific areas and send important notifications to those registered individuals in the specified area immediately. It is a very useful and important tool for us to communicate with you so please register today!