2017 Post-Wildfire Geohazard Reports

As a result of the 2017 Elephant Hill Wildfire, the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development has identified certain properties within TNRD boundaries that are subject to post-wildfire geohazard risks.

Structures were identified as being susceptible to post-wildfire geohazard risks, including but not limited to sediment transport and erosion due to debris flow, debris flood, rock fall, landslides, floods, and debris slides.

Click here to read the report specific to Loon Lake South (water-access lots).

Click here to read the report pertaining to Loon Lake North and Loon Lake Road.

Click here  to read the report pertaining to Lower Bonaparte Valley, Bonaparte Valley along Loon Lake Road, Maiden Creek to Clinton, and Cache Creek area south and east.

You must satisfy yourself as to whether your property is subject to any such risk.

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