B.C. flooding map 2018: A look at the flooding areas around the province
As the flooding threat continues in B.C., and thousands have been forced from their homes, Global News is tracking where the flooding is impacting communities.
Almost 3,000 residents remain on evacuation order, including those who live on about 400 properties in Grand Forks.
The West Kettle River, which flows into the Kettle River, is affecting many regions, especially Grand Forks.
The Kettle River then joins the Granby River before it flows into the U.S.
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Also at risk are communities near the Similkameen, starting as it comes out of Manning Park, flowing past Princeton, where it joins the Tulameen River, past Hedley, Keremeos and Cawston.
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In the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, here is a look at the addresses impacted by the flooding (click the map to zoom in and move around):
Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen
Evacuation order for the following addresses in Osoyoos:
Another 23 properties on Harbour Key Drive and Solana Key Court, the Coast Hotel in Osoyoos and 17 properties in rural Electoral Area ‘A’ have also been evacuated.
Evacuation order for Willow Beach area:
Evacuation alert maps for properties on Osoyoos Lake:
Evacuation Alert For Properties along the Similkameen River:
Princeton properties along the floodplains of the Tulameen and Similkameen River Valley are under an evacuation alert. Click here for the full list of affected addresses.
The Lower Similkameen Indian Band has issued an evacuation alert.
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