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  • Flood watch - April 21, 2019

     CLARENCE-ROCKLAND – April 21 - 2019 – The Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board is predicting that water levels at Thurso should peak later today and rise approximately another 3 centimeters. Levels are expected to remain high for several days with ongoing risk of repeat peaks depending on...

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  • Flood watch - April 20, 2019

      CLARENCE-ROCKLAND – April 20 - 2019 – The City of Clarence-Rockland would like to inform its residents that since the water levels are not rising as fast as 2017, the Mayor Guy Desjardins has not declared a state of emergency at this point. City staff is working around the clock monitoring the...

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  • Flood watch - April 19, 2019

    CLARENCE-ROCKLAND – April 19 - 2019 – The City of Clarence-Rockland is currently supporting 4 sandbagging locations: Jean-Marc Lalonde Arena, Pago Road, Wilson Road and Voisine Road. These sites will continue to be resupplied as needed. City staff will continue visiting the sites and areas along...

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  • Flood watch - April 17, 2019

    Please view the notice below regarding the flood watch.                                             ...

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