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Begins Monday Jan 27
Building Permit applications for a 2nd residence in the ALR need to be in to the ACRD no later than Jan 17, 2020 to meet the deadline set by the ALC in Info Bulletin 05.



Flood 1 Flooding could be caused by one or more of the following: prolonged heavy rainfall; stormy “up inlet” winds; high tides; sudden thaw after heavy snowfall; dam failure (Great Central and Elsie Lakes).

Minor Flooding
Minor flooding is defined as an incident that involves a single or small number of single-family lot/dwellings in a small geographical area. Minor flood events would normally be handled by the appropriate response agency and are confined to a single jurisdiction.

Major Flooding
Major flooding is defined as an incident that extends over a large geographical region. A flood of this magnitude would normally expand outside the boundaries of a single response agency and its mutual aid agreements and normally requires a coordinated response from multiple agencies or jurisdictions.

See Emergency Management BC for information on preparing to manage a flood that affects private homes, and for cleaning up after a flood.

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