As the load from snow melt and recent rains builds through local watersheds, the risk of flooding is expected to rise.
To keep track of flood conditions, follow the links below.
In Muskoka, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources posts reports on water flows.
In northern and central Simcoe County, the Lake Simcoe Regional Conservation Authority reports flooding risks.
In the rest of Simcoe County, the Nottawasaga Valley Regional Conservation Authority reports flood risks.
If your home has been flooded, read this information:
Food Safety at Home
Water Safety at Home
Get Prepared, Government of Canada - After a flood
Get Prepared, Government of Canada - After a power outage
For businesses that have been affected by power outages:
Food Premise Operators can refer to this fact sheet power outages or call Health Connection to speak with a Public Health Inspector 705-721-7520
Small Drinking Water System Operators: If your system experiences any extended period without power, call Health Connection to speak with a Public Health Inspector 705-721-7520.