EOC Update: Eagle Bluff wildfire (K52318) Sunday, July 30, 2023, 10:00 amNews Article
The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen Emergency Operations Centre (RDOS EOC) and the Town of Osoyoos EOC have issued an Evacuation ORDER for 732 properties in Electoral Area “A” and the Town of Osoyoos due to the Eagle Bluff wildfire (K52318). The ORDER covers the area north of the Canada/U.S. border to the intersection of Highway 97 and Highway 3, west and north along Highway 3.
Check with DriveBC on current advisories or closures along Highway 3.
The Regional District and the Town of Osoyoos EOC have issued an Evacuation ALERT for 2,094 properties in Electoral Area "A", "B" and "C" and the Town of Osoyoos, effective Saturday, July 29, 2023, at 11:30 pm due to the Eagle Bluff wildfire (K52318).
Evacuation ORDER: 732 properties
Evacuation ALERT: 2,094 properties
Emergency Support Services (ESS) 250-486-1890
If you are on an Evacuation ALERT or ORDER, or if you have been displaced from your home due to an emergency, please self-register for ESS. Evacuee Registration & Assistance (ERA): ess.gov.bc.ca
An ESS reception centre has been activated at the Oliver Community Centre located at 6359 Park Dr. in Oliver. Please visit the reception if you require supports. If you can stay with family or friends in the region, please do so.
Oliver Reception Centre Registrations: Approximately 52 families registered at the Oliver Reception Centre as of 8:00 am Sunday July 30th. More residents have registered online.
If you are in an area under Evacuation Alert, please make arrangements to relocate animals or livestock.
Contact ALERT(Animal Lifeline Emergency Response Team for assistance: 250-809-7152
Please maintain situational awareness by monitoring BC Wildfire Service and RDOS web and social media channels.
- For information about the Eagle Bluff wildfire, please visit BCWildfire.ca.
- For the latest updates on Evacuation Alerts and Orders, please visit emergency.rdos.bc.ca.
- For the latest updates on local Highways visit DriveBC.
For further information, please call the EOC at 250-490-4225. In the case of an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Issued by EOC Director