The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

Flood & Low Water Messages

Flood Water Safety

Watershed Condition Statement: Water Safety

Flood Potential: Low Issued to:  local municipalities and school boards, local conservation authorities, emergency response agencies, health unit, media, NVCA board and staff Date:        July 14, 2023 (11:00 AM) Weather Conditions The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority advises that 25-35mm of rain is forecasted for our watershed this weekend, beginning Friday evening and continuing through to […]

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Flood Outlook

Watershed Condition Statement: Flood Outlook​

​Flood Potential: Moderate Ice Jam Potential: Low​ Issued to:  local municipalities and school boards, local conservation authorities, emergency response agencies, health unit, media Date: April 4 2023 (3:00pm) The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority advises of moderate rain across the watershed over the next 36 hours.  Although no major flooding is anticipated, local streams and rivers

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Spring Safety

Spring Safety: Be careful near waterways

Issued to:  local municipalities and school boards, local Conservation Authorities, emergency response agencies, health unit, media, NVCA Board and staff ​Date:        March 9, 2023 The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority reminds everyone to stay well back from waterways, ditches, ponds and lakes this time of year. With spring-like temperatures arriving soon, unsafe ice and slippery banks already

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Flood Potential Low Ice Jam Potential Low

Watershed Condition​ Statement: ​​​​​Water Safety​​

Flood Potential: Low Ice Jam Potential: Low Issued to: local municipalities and school boards, local conservation authorities, emergency response agencies, health unit, mediaDate:       February 9, 2023 (2:00 PM) The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority advises that warm temperatures and rain over the next 24-48 hours will cause our snowpack to melt and increase flows in area watercourses.

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Watershed Condition Statement: Water Safety

Watershed Condition Statement: Water Safety

Flood Potential: Low Ice Jam Potential: Low Issued to:  local municipalities and school boards, local conservation authorities, emergency response agencies, health unit, media Date:        January 4, 2023 (3:00 PM)  The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority advises that warm temperatures and rain over the next 24 hours will cause our snowpack to melt and increase flows in area

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