Final flooding alert rescinded

The final flooding evacuation alert has been rescinded in West Kelowna

The final remaining evacuation alert for properties affected by flooding in the Central Okanagan has been rescinded.

This includes the following properties in West Kelowna:

1302 to 1454 Green Bay Road

3660 to 3697 Green Bay Landing

3575 to 3636 Wiig Road

There are no further evacuation alerts or orders in place for flooding in the Central Okanagan.

To stay informed about flooding recovery efforts, visit the Central Okanagan Emergency Services website, sign up for e-updates or call the information line at 250-470-0674.

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