Emergency Alerts

Emergency alerts in the Municipal District of Greenview.

Spring Flooding Update #19

We have one road reopened today and two more hazards repaired. Updates will continue to be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

Many surface hazards are still being addressed and repaired. It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed by the end of this week. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season.

To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of May 16th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 1 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 0 hazards.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 3 hazards and 0 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 6 hazards, 4 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 7 hazards, 0 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 21 hazards and 4 roads closed. On Monday there were 23 hazards and 5 closures.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 16, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – May 16

 

Spring Flooding Update #18

We have four roads reopened today and 10 more hazards repaired. Updates will continue to be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

Many surface hazards are still being addressed and repaired. It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed in one to two weeks. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season.

New sinkholes have started to appear now that the flood waters have subsided and the ground settles. To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of May 14th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 2 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 0 hazards.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 4 hazards and 0 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 6 hazards, 5 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 7 hazards, 0 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 23 hazards and 5 roads closed. On Friday there were 34 hazards and 9 closures.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 14, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – May 14

Spring Flooding Update #17

We have one road reopened today: Little Smoky Area, RR 232 north of TWP Rd 674. Updates will continue to be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

Many surface hazards have been addressed and are being repaired. It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed in one to two weeks. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season.

New sinkholes have started to appear now that the flood waters have subsided and the ground settles. A crew is working on washout damage on RR 10 between Twp rd 732 and Twp rd 725 which should be open by the end of day. To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of May 11th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 2 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 0 hazards.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 10 hazards and 2 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 9 hazards, 7 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 9 hazards, 0 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 34 hazards and 9 roads closed. On Thursday there were 37 hazards and 10 closures.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 11, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – May 11, 2018

Spring Flooding Update #16

We have three roads which have reopened today: in the Sunset House area Township Road 710 east and west of Range Road 202 are open; Township Road 734 east of Hwy 736 in DeBolt area is being repaired and should also be open today. Updates will continue to be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

Many surface hazards have been addressed and are being repaired. It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed in one to two weeks. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season.

New sinkholes have started to appear now that the flood waters have subsided and the ground settles. There is a new washout in the Sweathouse area at Range Road 195 a half mile south of Township Road 710. To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of May 10th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 3 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 2 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards, 1 closed road.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 10 hazards and 2 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 9 hazards, 7 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 9 hazards, 0 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 37 hazards and 10. On Tuesday there were 34 hazards and 16 closures.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 10, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – May 10, 2018

Spring Flooding Update #15

Updates will continue to be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

  • Several roads have reopened in the Grovedale area including Range Road 64A north of Highway 666 and Range Road 64 south of Township Road 692.
  • In the Sunset House/Sweathouse area Township Road 720 West of Range Road 202 is also open.

There are two new hazards where the roads are open and passable but drivers are asked to exercise caution.

  • Valleyview South area: Range Road 233 approximately 1 ½ miles south of Township 694. Washout along culvert on shoulder of the road.
  • Sunset House/Sweathouse area: Range Road 201 approximately 1 ½ miles south of Secondary Highway 669. Washout along culvert on shoulder of the road.

It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed in one to two weeks. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season. To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of May 9th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 3 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 1 hazards, 2 closed roads.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards, 1 closed road.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 10 hazards and 2 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 9 hazards, 8 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 9 hazards, 0 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 37 hazards and 14 closures, yesterday there were 34 hazards and 16 closures.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 9, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – May 9, 2018

Spring Flooding Update #14

Today Highway 736 north of DeBolt has reopened. Updates will continue to be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

Many surface hazards have been addressed and are being repaired. It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed in one to two weeks. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season.

New sinkholes have started to appear now that the flood waters have subsided and the ground settles. To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of this morning May 8th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 2 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 0 hazards, 3 closed roads.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards, 1 closed road.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 10 hazards and 2 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 9 hazards, 8 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 9 hazards, 2 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 34 hazards and 16 closures. Friday there were 34 hazards and 17 roads closed.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 8, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – Update 14

Spring Flooding Update #13

Today Greenview has cancelled the information alert for overland flooding. We now have 17 roads closed throughout Greenview and 4 hazardous locations that are identified. The flooding risks from high stream flow have also subsided. Updates will be provided periodically through our website and social media networks as new roads reopen.

Many surface hazards have been addressed and are being repaired. It is anticipated that most road repairs will be completed in one to two weeks. A few areas have sustained serious damages and will remain marked as hazards with signage so that drivers are aware. Long term repairs for these areas will be scheduled throughout the 2018 construction season.

New sinkholes have started to appear now that the flood waters have subsided and the ground settles. To report areas of concern, call Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Below are the statistics as of this morning May 4th:

  • New Fish Creek Area: 4 hazards, 0 closed roads.
  • Valleyview North: 0 hazards.
  • Valleyview South: 2 hazards, 0 roads closed.
  • Sunset House and Sweathouse Area: 0 hazards, 3 closed roads.
  • Little Smoky Area: 0 hazards, 1 closed road.
  • Ridgevalley Area: 0 hazards.
  • Crooked Creek: 0 hazards.
  • Puskwaskau: 10 hazards and 2 closed roads.
  • DeBolt: 9 hazards, 9 closed roads.
  • Grovedale: 9 hazards, 2 closed roads.

Total: Today there are 34 hazards and 17 closures. Yesterday there were 41 hazards and 22 roads closed.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May4, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – Update 13

Spring Flooding Update #12

Flood conditions continue to improve throughout Greenview. Several roads have reopened and hazards have been repaired in the past 24 hours. We now have 22 roads closed throughout Greenview and 41 hazardous locations that are identified and being monitored in Greenview’s municipal roadways. An AEMA information alert remains in effect. No new road closures or hazards in the past 24 hours.

Staff continue to monitor the water levels of streams and rivers throughout Greenview, there are currently no extreme flood threats due to high stream flow. As locations are approved to reopen barricades and signs will be removed. Do not move or drive through barricades or cut hazard tape. Repair work has begun and roads along school bus routes will be prioritized. Greenview staff have repaired a significant number of locations in the past 24 hours. Some roads require substantial repairs and will remain closed until further notice.

Field staff are responding to flood calls and our Operations Department is tracking areas at risk. To report a concern you can reach Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Flood conditions in the Hamlets of DeBolt and Ridgevalley have stabilized, municipal water and sewer systems are operating well with the current high water volumes. A significant water event such as rain fall could challenge the systems again. It is still important to not pump flood water into the municipal sewer systems.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 3, 2018

2018 Spring Flood Map – Update 12

Spring Flooding Update #11

There were no changes overnight to the update posted yesterday. Repair work continues and we anticipate that we will have an updated list tomorrow with more locations approved to reopen.

Spring Flooding Update #10 with Map

As of 9:00 a.m. today flood conditions are improving throughout Greenview. We now have 24 roads closed throughout Greenview and 45 hazardous locations that are identified and being monitored in Greenview’s municipal roadways. An AEMA information alert remains in effect. No new road closures in the past 24 hours.

Staff continue to monitor the water levels of streams and rivers throughout Greenview, there are currently no extreme flood threats due to high stream flow. The public is reminded to exercise caution near bodies of water such as rivers, creeks and tributaries that are prone to high stream flow and rapid currents as this can change quickly. Overland flood conditions related to melting snow are stabilizing throughout the municipality. As locations are approved to reopen barricades and signs will be removed. Greenview staff have repaired a significant number of locations in the past 24 hours. Some roads require substantial repairs and will remain closed until further notice. Do not move or drive through barricades or cut hazard tape. Repair work has begun and roads along school bus routes will be prioritized.

Field staff are responding to flood calls and our Operations Department is tracking areas at risk. To report a concern you can reach Operations at 780-524-7602 or contact the area supervisor for your region: Ron Pollack at 780-524-7607 for Valleyview, Sunset House, Sweathouse, New Fish Creek, Ridgevalley, and Little Smoky; or Robert Kazakawich at 780-524-6086 for DeBolt, Puskwaskau, Grovedale and Grande Cache.

Flood conditions in the Hamlets of DeBolt and Ridgevalley have stabilized, municipal water and sewer systems are operating well with the current high water volumes. A significant water event such as rain fall could challenge the systems again. It is still important to not pump flood water into the municipal sewer systems. Water from run off, down spouts, basement sumps, and weeping tile must be pumped to surface drainage. The municipal domestic systems are not built to accommodate large volumes of surface water, they are designed to receive domestic sewage only.

The next update will be provided tomorrow morning.

Spring Flooding Impacted Roads May 1, 2018

Spring Flood Map Update 10