Admaston Bromley Updates

Effective May 22nd, 2019
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) – Pembroke District is advising area residents that a Flood Warning for the Ottawa River and Golden Lake on the Bonnechere System and a Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety for the remainder of Renfrew County is in effect until Tuesday, May 28, 2019.

The Township is only posting notice if and when a change should occur. The current road conditions are listed below:

Please be advised the following road remains CLOSED with minimal impact to local and emergency traffic:

  • Culhane Road (Foy Rd to South McNaughton Rd) – Anticipated re-open date of September 2019

The following roads were RE-OPENED:

  • Pucker Street (Swamp Rd to Holmes Rd)
  • Lynch Road (Colton Rd to McNulty Rd)
  • Stoqua Creek Road (Micksburg Rd to Cahill Rd)

If you need to travel the above roads please use caution and drive to current road conditions.

All seasonal roads have now been assessed as accessible.

If you need additional information, please contact Clerk-Treasurer Annette Gilchrist at 613-312-9534 or Public Works Superintendent Chris Kunopaski at 613-312-3175.

We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

Ontario Traveller Information can be found at www.municipal511.ca

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Updates

Effective May 14, 2019
Flood Warning extended until Thursday, May 21st, 2019
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) – Pembroke District is advising area residents that a Flood Warning for the Ottawa, Bonnechere and Madawaska Rivers and a Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety for the remainder of Renfrew County is in effect until Tuesday, May 21, 2019.
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Effective May 9, 2019
Flood Warning extended until Thursday, May 14th, 2019
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) – Pembroke District is advising area residents that the Flood Warning in effect for all of Renfrew County has been extended until Thursday, May 14th, 2019.
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County of Renfrew Updates

Effective May 14, 2019
County Of Renfrew Hosts a Town Hall in Partnership with Partner Agencies
On Monday, May 13th the County of Renfrew held a Town Hall meeting to provide flood recovery information and support to flood affected residents. Almost 100 residents filled the Ma-Te-Way Activity Centre to hear from various provincial and regional support agencies, including the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Emergency Management Ontario, Renfrew County and District Health Unit, Canadian Red Cross and the County of Renfrew’s Paramedic Services.
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Effective April 30, 2019
Support Available for Residents Impacted by the Flood
The County of Renfrew has coordinated support services for residents whose homes have been impacted by flooding.
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April 29th, 2019
County Of Renfrew Receives Assurances From Province For Disaster Relief Funding
Pembroke: The County of Renfrew has just received a confirmation from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing that the Province of Ontario will be providing disaster relief funding for the flood impacted areas of Renfrew County.
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Effective April 28, 2019
Warden declares Emergency
Pembroke: At 1:30p.m. today, Warden Jennifer Murphy has declared an emergency due to flooding along the Ottawa River, Bonnechere River and Madawaska River watershed areas across the entirety of the County of Renfrew under the Emergency Management and Protection Act.
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Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians

April 29, 2019
In response to recent flooding, our government is acting swiftly and notifying the County of Renfrew and the City of Pembroke that we have activated the Disaster Recovery Assistance for Ontarians (DRAO) program in these communities. The safety of those affected by this natural disaster is our government’s top priority.
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Click to download DRAO Self Assessment Form

Renfrew County and District Health Unit Updates

Effective April 26, 2019
Renfrew County and District is currently experiencing localized flooding due to a combination of heavy rains and runoff from melting snow. Rising water levels pose a threat to the health and safety of residents. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has issued a Flood Warning for Pembroke District and Bancroft District; this includes Renfrew County, Township of South Algonquin and Algonquin Park.
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Municipal Infromation Packages For Flooding
Private Well Disinfection Instructions What You Should Know About Flooded Septic Systems Mental Health Flooding What You Can Do During And After A Flood
Food In An Emergency Hand Washing In Emergency Situations Staying Safe During A Flood

Hydro One Updates

Hydro One will waive the delivery charges/connection fees for customers affected by flooding.
Please call 1-800-434-1235 to have the power safely disconnected.
For more information, visit: http://ow.ly/CSny50sz1sf

Red Cross Phone Numbers and Information

  • The Red Cross is helping individuals and families who have been affected by the flooding and are in a vulnerable situation. A variety of services are available based on their immediate needs and will be provided on a case-by-case basis, depending on needs assessments. Services may include information and referral services, emotional support, registration — where requested by authorities, and support to help meet urgent basic needs, such as food, lodging, clothing, personal services and transportation. The Red Cross is working to meet the needs of those affected on a case-by-case basis.
  • Across Ontario, flooding is occurring at varying levels and is therefore affecting residents in different ways. The Red Cross is monitoring the situation as it evolves and is prepared to provide additional support as needed.
  • The Red Cross provides support for urgent emergency needs, not loss, and works collaboratively with other assistance providers to avoid duplication.

Personal Disaster Assistance (PDA) – Call 1-866-637-4263 operates 24/7
Individuals can receive up to 72 hours of assistance to satisfy basic needs following an assessment. With the current flooding, we are responding to those who have nowhere else they can go and are vulnerable, once the team responds they also do a referral to Renfrew Social Services who determine the additional support that is needed beyond the Red Cross assistance.

Evacuation Registration – 1-800-863-6582
Call this number is you are self evacuating to register so family can find you through family reunification, if the municipality needs to locate you or for you to participate in any funding that might become available in the future.

 

 

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