Winter weather notice
- Road conditions are available at www.drivebc.ca.
- The RMOW Roads department monitors winter forecasts. The Roads Department completes snow clearing on municipal roads in order of priority. More information on municipal road maintenance and snow clearing is available here.
- Report fallen trees impacting municipal roads and localized flooding to the RMOW Roads Department at 604-935-8500.
- Be prepared for winter driving conditions. Learn more about winter driving here.
- Monitor Drive BC Road Conditions: www.drivebc.ca
- Monitor the latest forecasts and warnings
For updates, please monitor upcoming weather forecast and possible warnings
- Environment and Climate Change Canada Forecasts
- Environment and Climate Change Canada Alerts
- Environment and Climate Change Canada Weather Blog
- Cold exposure information
Report fallen trees, flooding and downed power lines
Report fallen trees impacting roads and localized flooding to:
Report icy conditions on the Village Stroll
Please report the exact location of ice on the Village Stroll to:
Emails are monitored seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Your report will be acknowledged as soon as possible.
Home Heating and Fire Safety
- Remember to have all home heating appliances (i.e. furnaces, fireplaces and woodstoves) serviced annually by a qualified technician. If burning daily, chimneys may need cleaning a few times over the winter.
- Keep blankets, curtains, furniture, pillows and other combustibles at least 10 cm from heaters, and one metre from fireplaces, woodstoves or space heaters.
- If you are using space heaters, turn them off before going to sleep or when leaving the home for any period of time. Never use your oven or stove to heat your home.
- Only use generators outdoors in well-ventilated areas. Generators should be placed a safe distance away from the home. Never use a generator in your garage or basement.
- Ensure you have an emergency kit for your home with enough supplies for 72 hours.