Evacuation Order Partial Downgrade to Alert – White Rock Lake Wildfire – EA L “Grasslands”

Posted: Tue Aug 17, 2021, 20:21 Type: Evacuation Order Status: Archived

An Evacuation Order has been downgraded to an Evacuation Alert by  the Thompson-Nicola Regional District at the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) in the vicinity of Westwold/Monte Lake.

The following 45 addressed properties have been downgraded to an evacuation alert.
• 8640 and 8700 Douglas Lake Rd;
• 4120 and 4249 Kristianson Rd;
• 4025 to 5970 Paxton Valley Rd;
• 5209 Six Mile Creek Rd;
• 4294 Strong Rd;
• 5469 to 5545 Westlund Rd; and
• any other properties identified on the attached return to alert map.
An Evacuation Order may need to be reissued; however, if that is deemed necessary, the Evacuation Order process will re-commence.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:
• Fill the gas tank of personal vehicles;
• Bring a minimum of three days of food and essential supplies with you (e.g. medications, pet supplies).
An Evacuation Order may need to be reissued; however, if that is deemed necessary, the Evacuation Order process will re-commence.
Because of the potential danger to life and safety, an evacuation order remains in place for any properties identified on the attached order map (highlighted in red).

To check the evacuation status of an address please go to the evacuation status dashboard on the tnrd.ca website at: http://tnrd.org/eocmap

EOC Evacuation Status Dashboard

Evacuation Order Partial Downgrade to Alert – White Rock Lake Wildfire – EA L “Grasslands”

An Evacuation Order has been downgraded to an Evacuation Alert by  the Thompson-Nicola Regional District at the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) in the vicinity of Westwold/Monte Lake.

The following 45 addressed properties have been downgraded to an evacuation alert.
• 8640 and 8700 Douglas Lake Rd;
• 4120 and 4249 Kristianson Rd;
• 4025 to 5970 Paxton Valley Rd;
• 5209 Six Mile Creek Rd;
• 4294 Strong Rd;
• 5469 to 5545 Westlund Rd; and
• any other properties identified on the attached return to alert map.
An Evacuation Order may need to be reissued; however, if that is deemed necessary, the Evacuation Order process will re-commence.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:
• Fill the gas tank of personal vehicles;
• Bring a minimum of three days of food and essential supplies with you (e.g. medications, pet supplies).
An Evacuation Order may need to be reissued; however, if that is deemed necessary, the Evacuation Order process will re-commence.
Because of the potential danger to life and safety, an evacuation order remains in place for any properties identified on the attached order map (highlighted in red).

To check the evacuation status of an address please go to the evacuation status dashboard on the tnrd.ca website at: http://tnrd.org/eocmap

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