Flood recovery and freshet preparedness

News Article

The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) hosted an electronic and in-person town hall meeting at the Tulameen Community Centre on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

The town hall meeting included updates on flood recovery efforts from the November 2021 flooding event, as well as information about spring freshet response and preparedness. Representatives attended from RDOS, Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, Ministry of Forests, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Emergency Management B.C., and Canadian Red Cross.

To watch the Webex recording, please visit the RDOS YouTube channel. You can also listen to the audio only recording. More information from the town hall, including slide show presentations, will be distributed in the coming days.

Please visit the RDOS Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) website for preparedness and recovery links: https://emergency.rdos.bc.ca/

For further information, please contact RDOS Manager of Emergency Services, Sean Vaisler.


Mark Pendergraft, Chair
Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen 


Sean Vaisler
RDOS Manager of Emergency Services

Erick Thompson

Andrea Rendall


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Flood debris in Electoral Area “H”
Rural neighbourhood of San Ang, just east of Princeton, B.C.
April 13, 2022

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Flood debris and equipment working in Electoral Area “H”
Tulameen River near Tulameen River Road
April 12, 2022