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Evacuation alert for north end of Westside Road

An evacuation alert has been issued this afternoon

An evacuation alert has been issued for five properties located off the north end of Westside Road in the Regional District of the Central Okanagan.

The properties are:

9415 Hodges Road

9425 Hodges Road

9435 Hodges Road

9445 Hodges Road

9467 Kilkenny Place

Residents in these affected areas should be prepared to leave their homes on short notice should conditions along the waterfront change.

If they haven’t already, they may also wish to take steps to protect their properties from potential flooding by sandbagging and moving any items from crawlspaces and basements. Sand and sand bag locations can be found here. Sand is continually being replenished.

For detailed information about evacuation alerts please visit the Regional Emergency Program website map.

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