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Press Release #5 Emergency Due to Flooding Event

In light of the floods that have impacted numerous residents, the Municipality has implemented a streamlined process to assist those in need of disposing of flood damaged household belongings.
Posted on 15/04/24
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Press Release - Update #4 Emergency Due to Flooding Event

Following the unprecedented rainfall on Friday, which caused the overflow of Murdoch Creek and Rand Creek and surcharged the Town's sanitary system, municipal staff worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of residents in affected areas.
Posted on 14/04/24
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Press Release - Update 2 Emergency Due to Flooding Event

Press Release - Update #2 Emergency Due to Flooding Event

Following the recent flooding in various areas of the Municipality, we are pleased to report that the situation has significantly improved. Throughout the night, the water levels at lift stations have subsided, allowing the system to effectively manage the flow.
Posted on 13/04/24
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Press Release - Update #3 Emergency Due to Flooding Event

Press Release - Update #3 Emergency Due to Flooding Event

As the day progresses, the Kirkland Lake community sees a positive shift in the water levels, offering hope and relief to affected areas. Presently, only one road remain closed: Allan Avenue south of fifth. Access to the Community Complex remains open, accessible via the intersection of Balsam and Calbeck.
Posted on 13/04/24
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Press Release - State of Emergency Due to Flooding Event

Press Release - Emergency Due to Flooding Event

At 4:06 pm on Friday April 12, 2024, Stacy Wight, Mayor of the Town of Kirkland Lake, declared an emergency in accordance with the Emergency Management Act 2003, s.4(1) due to the following emergency: Flooding event resulting in the Town’s sanitary system surcharging due to the overflowing of Murdoch Creek.
Posted on 12/04/24
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