EOC Update: Eagle Bluff wildfire (K52318) Monday, July 31, 2023, 3:00 pm

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INFORMATION RELEASE                                                                                                         

Video update
The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen Emergency Operations Centre (RDOS EOC) hosted a live video update with BC Wildfire and the Town of Osoyoos on Monday, July 31, 2023, at 1:00 pm on the RDOS Youtube Channel.  https://www.youtube.com/@OkanaganSimilkameen

Update to Evacuation ORDERS and ALERTS
The RDOS EOC and the Town of Osoyoos EOC have removed the Evacuation ORDER for most of Osoyoos and areas within the RDOS south of the Town of Osoyoos. These properties remain on Evacuation ALERT due to the Eagle Bluff wildfire.

Welcome Back packages with information on re-entry are being distributed. Please see link below.

Welcome Back residents impacted by Eagle Bluff wildfire

Areas remaining on Evacuation ORDER:

  • The Osoyoos Industrial Park in the Town of Osoyoos
  • All properties south of Highway 3 from the Town of Osoyoos boundaries to Nighhawk Road in Electoral Area “B”
  • Parts of Electoral Areas “A” and “B” including the Kilpoola and Spotted Lake areas south of Highway 3

Evacuation ORDER: 192 properties (parts of Electoral Areas “A”, “B” and the Town of Osoyoos)
Evacuation ALERT: 2,635 properties (parts of Electoral Areas “A”, “B”, “C” and the Town of Osoyoos)

For the latest updates on Evacuation ALERTS and ORDERS, please visit emergency.rdos.bc.ca.

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 

The ESS Reception Centre in Oliver is closed on Monday, July 31, 2023. Residents under an Evacuation ORDER can call 250-486-1890 to be linked to ESS supports. 

For the latest updates on local highways, visit DriveBC.

Voyent Alert! Notifications
Click here to register for routine and emergency notifications via email, text, or telephone.

You can also find a link to Voyent Alert! on the RDOS website: www.rdos.bc.ca. 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

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