We are now moving into the recovery process. We will be inspecting and repairing the damage over the following weeks.
Safety Advisory We have recieved assistance from Forestry Fire Fighters who are out at this time sandbagging low lying areas around Seabird. These are precautionary measures. Everything is ok at this time.
Due to Safety concerns from high waters, debris and unstable banks in the Maria Slough, the Seabird Festival will be cancelling the canoe portion of this event. At this time, the soccer tournaments will be continuing as planned. We look forward to seeing everyone at this year’s Seabird festival.
The Government and EMBC has offered Seabird, Military services for assistance in PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES for low level areas that have had water in the past. You may see Military vehicles in the area DO NOT BE ALARMED they are here to help Seabird in taking proactive cautionary steps with sand bagging previously identified critical areas. [...]
As waters continue to rise; we would like to advise everybody to stay off the gravel and river roads on Seabird. There is no need to panic at this time. Please, enjoy your long weekend.
PLEASE NOTE: This is the only Seabird Site that has official news regarding the possible flood situation in our community. Community-we-live, this is a time for caution, but PLEASE, not for panic. The right resources, support and people are in place to help us all stay safe. We are all fine. Seabird Festival is going [...]
Flood Watch, be aware, shop for & prepare. Water levels continue to rise, we are monitoring closely and will keep you informed daily. Stage 2 Flood watch-May17-2018
If you notice any down power lines or trees please call 911 THEN our Housing team at 604-798-0942 or the Public Works team 604-991-0809 . DO NOT go near them stay 10 meters away. If you have power or gas concerns, Housing and Public Works are unable to assist you in making those calls. [...]
Elevated pollution levels are expected or occurring. Metro Vancouver has issued an Air Quality Advisory for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley because of high concentrations of fine particulate matter that are expected to persist for several days. The developing weather pattern over the BC Coast is causing outflow winds to carry smoke from wildfires [...]
Elevated pollution levels are expected or occurring. Metro Vancouver is now issuing an Air Quality Advisory for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley Regional District because of high concentrations of fine particulate matter due to wildfires outside of the region. These conditions are expected to persist for at least 24 hours. Fine particulate matter, also [...]