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Emergency Flood Notices
Emergency Notice #8: (February 27, 2018)
On Wednesday, February 21 at 2:18pm the Six Nations Emergency Control Group declared a state of emergency for the community of Six Nations, following a flood warning issued by the Grand River Conservation Authority. On Monday, February 26 at 11:23am, the Six Nations Emergency Control Group terminated the emergency declaration. ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #8 - (pdf download 281 KB)





Emergency Notice #7: (February 24, 2018)
As of this morning, flood water levels on the Territory have been reported to be receding and beginning to stabilize. However, at this time, the community of Six Nations remains in a state of emergency due to elevated river flows. Inspection of the floodplain will be conducted over the next few days. Six Nations Public Works will also be coordinating inspections of Chiefswood Bridge and the roads along Fourth Line between Seneca Road and Bateman Line as part of Six Nations recovery efforts. ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #7 - (pdf download 429 KB)





Emergency Notice #6: (February 23, 2018)
Ohsweken (February 23, 2018) This morning the Six Nations Emergency Control Group met to discuss current flood conditions on the Territory. At this point in time, flood levels are anticipated to remain steady. The Six Nations Emergency Control Group will continue to monitor levels throughout the weekend. Chiefswood Bridge remains open and will continue to be monitored.
The following roads remain closed for community safety:
- Fourth Line West from Seneca Road to Bateman Line,
- Mohawk Road between Third Line and Fourth Line... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #6 - (pdf download 428 KB)






Emergency Notice #5: (February 23, 2018)
Ohsweken (February 23, 2018) On the evening of February 22, 2018 the Six Nations Emergency Control Group met to discuss current flood conditions on the Territory. While the community of Six Nations remains in a state of emergency, flood levels were anticipated to remain steady overnight. The Six Nations Emergency Control Group is scheduled to reconvene this morning.
At this point in time, the following roads remain closed for community safety:
Fourth Line West from Seneca Road to Bateman Line
Mohawk Road between Third Line and Fourth Line ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #5 - (pdf download 131 KB)






Emergency Notice #4: (February 22, 2018)
This morning the Six Nations Emergency Control Group met to discuss the current flood conditions on the Territory. While the community of Six Nations remains in a state of emergency, the water levels have been reported to be receding. Six Nations Public Works has begun inspection and repairs of roads that are resurfacing. The following roads remain closed for community safety:
- Fourth Line West from Seneca Road to Bateman Line
- Mohawk Road between Third Line and Fourth Line ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #4 - (pdf download 284 KB)






Emergency Notice #3: (February 21, 2018)
In response to a flood warning issued earlier today by the Grand River Conservation Authority, the community of Six Nations remains in a state of emergency as declared by the Six Nations Emergency Control Group. Residents along Fourth Line from 744 West to Bateman Line continue to be the most at risk to experience flooding. Residents within the area, who have chosen to remain in their home, are advised to stay sheltered. In the case of an emergency, residents are asked to contact 911 for immediate assistance. ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #3 - (pdf download 132 KB)





Emergency Notice #2: (February 21, 2018)
Following an updated flood warning issued this afternoon by the Grand River Conservation Authority, at 2:18pm Six Nations Emergency Control Group declared a state of emergency for the community of Six Nations. Residents from 744 West to Bateman Line are most at risk to experience flooding. Vulnerable residents within this area are asked to contact Six Nations Home and Community Care at (519) 445-0077. ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #2 - (pdf download 284 KB)





Emergency Notice #1: (February 21, 2018)
Following flood warnings issued today by the Grand River Conservation Authority, Six Nations Elected Council called together its Emergency Control Group to discuss current and potential flooding on the Territory. At this point in time, Six Nations Fire and Emergency Services have visited homes from 744 West to Bateman Line to advise residents of the flooding and offer assistance with voluntary relocation. Vulnerable residents within this area are asked to contact Six Nations Home and Community Care at (519) 445-0077. ... CLICK HERE for the Full SN Flood Watch Notice #1 - (pdf download 282 KB)








 
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