Localized Flooding: Update, January 19 11:15am

Please be aware some locations in the Township are currently experiencing water pooling due to heavy rain. For your safety, take extra caution when driving in these areas even if you feel your vehicle is capable of doing so. Drivers and pedestrians must follow all signage and detour routes in the event roadways, parks or trails are closed.

Road locations include:

  • 102B Avenue west of 208 Street
  • 102B Avenue, 21000 Block
  • 208 Street south of 102B Avenue

Park and Trail locations include:

  • Forest Hills Park Tennis Courts
  • Walnut Grove Community Park Tennis Courts

Areas No Longer Flooded:

  • 0 Avenue, 21900 Block
  • 4 Avenue, west of 216 Street
  • 36 Avenue east of 248 Street
  • 43 Avenue east of 272 Street
  • 44 Avenue west of 208 Street
  • 100 Avenue, 22100 Block
  • 210 Street, 2700 Block
  • 216 Street, south of 6 Avenue
  • 216 Street and 32 Avenue
  • 232 Street, 1200 Block
  • 272 Street, north of 43 Avenue
  • 232 Street, 3800 Block
  • 248 Street, 1400 Block
  • 256 Street, 8500 Block
  • 272 Street and 46 Avenue
  • Arbour Ribbon Trail: 56 Avenue to Glover Road
  • Derek Doubleday Arboretum Trail under Fraser Highway
  • Fernridge Trail: 210 Street from 28 Avenue to 32B Street
  • Irene Pierce Loop
  • South Langley Regional Trail from 224 Street to 232 Street
  • Trans Canada Trail, 208 Street and 102B Avenue

The River Forecast Centre has ended the High Streamflow Advisory.  

To report flooding in your area, please call the Engineering Division at 604-532-7300, available weekdays from 8:30am - 4:30pm. To report a service emergency or concern that requires immediate attention outside of regular business hours, call the Engineering after-hours emergency line at 604-543-6700.

Learn more about flooding prevention in the Township by visiting Flood Response

Engineering Division
604-532-7300
opsinfo@tol.ca


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