RVCA says some lakes at flood levels

April 30, 2018 by

RVCAThe Rideau Valley Conservation authority says lakes in Upper Rideau watershed are reaching flood levels. 

The notice is specific to Bobs and Christie Lakes but may apply to other lakes in the area where remotely accessible monitoring equipment is not installed.

Property owners are advised to go to their cottage properties and assess conditions for themselves.

Rain over the weekend caused levels on Bobs and Christie Lakes to increase to flood levels.  Some relief is expected today and tomorrow. More rain is forecast for later in the week that will slow the decline on both lakes.

Levels of Bobs and Christie Lakes are being monitored closely by Parks Canada staff and operation of the dam at Bolingbroke will be done as required to minimize impacts on the two lakes.

Note that stream banks are slippery and any remaining ice cover on streams, ponds and lakes will be hazardous. Children and pets should be kept away from all watercourses as levels fluctuate with the spring weather.

 

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