BC Flood Emergency Information & Resources

Due to the impact of the floods in our province and in the Fraser Valley, the BCLNA wants to ensure our members are supported through this difficult time. We are monitoring the floods closely to provide timely information and updates.

Our thoughts are with all those affected.

Emergency Management BC  is offering financial assistance, the section titled Public preparedness and recovery is where you will find the link to financial assistance after a disaster.

We are monitoring the situation in the Fraser Valley and across the province closely and our thoughts are with all those affected. If you are in need of an immediate response, we recommend you call the provincial flood response toll-free line at 1-833-376-2452.  Agents are available 7 days/week from 8:30 to 5:00.

Useful Resources

Many organizations are compiling resources and useful information for those impacted by the floods.

Funding

Resources are available for those directly impacted by the floods in BC.

BC Flooding Evacuees to get Additional Financial Support

The Province has partnered with the Canadian Red Cross to provide additional financial assistance to meet the immediate needs of those evacuated due to the floods. Those whose primary residences have been placed on evacuation orders due to the flooding may be eligible for $2,000. The application and more information can be found here.

Current News

Be informed about current evacuation orders, road closures and updates.

Community Support 

Find out how you can support those in need by donating.

Donations for Evacuated Migrant Workers

General

  • River Forecast Centre Issues High Streamflow Advisory 
  • US In-Transit Shipping for Agricultural Products In and Out of BC – Anyone experiencing issues shipping agricultural products (which includes nursery stock and Christmas trees) into or out of BC, Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) and US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have implemented some interim measures for transit through the US. Please read the CBSA Communique and US CBP Bulletin for the full measures.
  • Fuel Restrictions – Agricultural Essential Vehicles

How to prepare for emergencies

Mental Health Resources