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    Regional Board Meeting Agenda – April 27

    The agendas for the Committee of the Whole and Regional Board meetings to be held on Thursday, April 27th at the Northern Grand Hotel, Grand 2 Room, 9830 - 100 Avenue, Fort St. John, BC are now posted to the website and are available for viewing, downloading and printing.

    Committee of the Whole agenda (1 pg)
    Regional Board agenda (136 pgs)

    The Committee of the Whole meeting will start at 10:00 a.m.  The regular Board meeting will immediately follow.

    Location Change – April 27 Board Meeting

    The April 27th Regional Board Meeting will be held at the Northern Grand Hotel, Grand 2 Room, 9830 100 Avenue, Fort St. John, BC.

    A Committee of the Whole meeting will be held at 10:00 a.m. with the Regular Board meeting to immediately follow.

    Dry and Windy Conditions – Increase Threat of Wildfire

    Given the current and predicted weather conditions in parts of the Prince George Fire Centre, BC Wildfire service is encouraging all industrial personnel to remain vigilant while doing any outdoor burning.  Please see the details outlined in this Industry Bulletin

    Discover the PRRD Activity Book

    Links to the Peace River Regional District Activity Book are listed below:

    Pages 1 to 25

    Pages 26 to 48

    Don’t Wait for the Water – Get Flood Ready Now!

    There are things you can do to reduce potentially expensive damage from overland flooding.  Follow the 10 simple tips below and check Canada's Flood Ready website for more ways on how to prepare.

    1. Put sealant around basement windows and the base of ground-level doors.
    2. Install flood shields or barriers for basement windows and doors.
    3. Raise large appliances in the basement above the potential water level from a flood.
    4. Secure furnaces, water heaters, and/or oil tanks so they won’t tip over in a flood.
    5. Check that all basement flood drains are not blocked or covered up.
    6. Make sure your sump pump is working and install a battery-operated backup.
    7. Ensure your property is graded so that water runs away from your basement walls.
    8. Check that your roof and eavestroughs are draining properly in heavy rains.
    9. Make sure your downspouts extend at least 2 m (6’) from your basement walls.
    10. Use a rain barrel to catch runoff from your roof. 

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