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Evacuation warnings have been issued for several facilities along the Tulameen and Similkameen rivers near Princeton.

The Okanagan-Similkameen Regional District has issued evacuation warnings for several facilities along the Similkameen and Tulameen Rivers near Princeton.

The emergency operations center in the district advises residents to be aware of potential floods.

Evacuation alerts are targeted at specific areas of constituency H.

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“Based on available information, including weather recommendations, flood-prone areas may be flooded again when weather changes,” RDOS said, working with the town of Princeton to provide assistance. I added that.

Below is a list of affected properties.

  • 407 Highway 3
  • 561 Stephenson Creek Road
  • 563 Stephenson Creek Road
  • 556 Stephenson Creek Road
  • 520 Stephenson Creek Road
  • 298 Old Copper Mountain Road
  • 426 Old Copper Mountain Road
  • 438 Old Copper Mountain Road
  • 586 East Similkameen Rd.
  • 588 East Similkameen Rd.

Some district parcels are also under evacuation alerts.


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Evacuation alerts are added to the evacuation orders already issued for one property south of Princeton.

“The evacuation alert prepares residents to evacuate the area when an evacuation order is issued,” said the district.

“We will notify you as much as possible before the evacuation order, but due to changes in circumstances, we may receive only limited notifications.”


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Evacuation warnings have been issued for several facilities along the Tulameen and Similkameen rivers near Princeton.

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