Flooding has been reported in the Harwood and Tronson Road areas of Vernon Friday night. (photo submitted)

Flooding has been reported in the Harwood and Tronson Road areas of Vernon Friday night. (photo submitted)

UPDATE: Flooding conditions improve in Vernon

Flooding has been reported between the 5000 and 5200 blocks from 18th Street to 19th Street, and near the 8000 block of Tronson Road

Flooding has eased in Vernon.

City officials report that conditions quieted down at about midnight after reports of flooding Friday night in the Harwood area and along Tronson Road.

“We’re monitoring conditiions and moving sand to where it’s needed,” said David Lind, fire chief.

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The City of Vernon is reminding residents that they may need to leave their homes in the event of sewer backup due to flooding.

According to thecity, living in a home with sewer backup can be unsafe. In the event of a sewer backup, immediately contact your insurance company.

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Two different sections of Vernon are being impacted by high water.

Flooding has been reported Friday night near multi-family residents between the 5000 and 5200 blocks from 18th Street to 19th Street, and near the 8000 block of Tronson Road.

“Some city crews are on site providing sandbagging assistance to residents,” states a release.

Homeowners in areas at risk of flooding are advised that they are responsible for acquiring sandbagging materials from the following locations:

City operations (outside main gate on Pleasant Valley Road)

Corner of Okanagan Avenue and Okanagan Landing Road

Fire hall (3401 30 St.)