COVID-19: Level 4 (red) - Maximum alert: measures in force for Mont-Tremblant

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UPDATE ON THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

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Flooding

DU DIABLE RIVER: MINOR FLOODING RISK FOR THE NEXT 72 HOURS (Updated 2020-12-23 16:49)

If your home is located in an area at risk of flooding (see list below), we suggest that you remain on the alert. Ensure that you have secured anything on your property that could be carried away by the high water. Be sure to move all your valuables upstairs and to place chemical products where they are safe from the water. Assemble your 72-hour emergency kit.

Make sure that you have identified a place where you could take refuge should you need to evacuate, bearing in mind the social distancing rules in effect. Ideally, this place should be located in the Laurentians – the MRC des Laurentides – because of COVID-19.

More information will follow as the situation evolves.

FLOODING: ARE YOU PREPARED?

Every year, some residents of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant have to prepare for the risk of flooding because their home is located on a flood plain. What follows is information to ensure appropriate preparation for possible flooding.

MUNICIPAL WATCH

The Ville de Mont-Tremblant will keep a close eye on the flood situation. As soon as the level of the Diable River shows early signs of flood risk, the Ville will take readings of the river level in three places. The Ville website and Facebook page will be updated daily to indicate the flood risk.

ZONES AT RISK OF FLOODING

The zones most likely to be flooded in Mont-Tremblant are:

  • rue Émond
  • chemin de la Plage-Vanier
  • chemin du Pont-de-Fer
  • chemin du Lac-Gélinas
  • camping de la Diable
  • rue Fortin
  • rue Meilleur
  • rue Labonté
  • rue de la Diable
  • rue Saint-Roch
  • chemin du Fer-à-Cheval
  • chemin des Eaux-Vives
  • rue Locas
  • the streets adjoining these areas

If there is a higher rise in the water level (e.g. 2002), other areas also become at risk:

  • rue Boivin
  • rue Mercure
  • rue Rochon
  • rue de Normandie
  • the streets adjoining these areas

Do you live in a part of the town that’s at risk? The Ville de Mont-Tremblant asks you to take all possible steps to protect your family, your goods and your residence. This is primarily your responsibility, not that of emergency services.

INFORMATION

819-425-2723 (24/7) 

Make a point of checking our various digital platforms regularly to follow the evolution of the situation.

EMERGENCY

Call 9-1-1.

Steps to follow

(Before: read tabs 1, 2, 3, 4 / During: read tabs 5, 6, 7)

  • 1. Automated alert service

  • 2. Prepare your land and your residence

  • 3. Bags and sand

  • 4. Emergency kit for 72 hours

  • 5. Get ready to evacuate your premises

  • 6. Leave

  • 7. If you evacuate, let us know!

  • 8. Reintegration

  • In case of flooding, are you prepared?

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