Thunder Bay: City Officials Monitoring Flood Conditions

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Road Closures Update from COTB

THUNDER BAY – FLOOD UPDATE – In a statement issued late Friday afternoon, The City of Thunder Bay says that city officials continue to address the flooding situation across the city.

The COTB report that sections of the following roads are closed due to the flooding situation: Mapleward Road, Little Kline Road, Gus Wouri Road, Loch Lomond Road and Riverdale Road. Access to homes in these areas may be impacted.

Those unable to access their homes will be required to seek alternate accommodations. Those currently in their homes in these areas should stay in their homes if possible. In case of emergency, call 911.

In addition, Gorevale Road is still experiencing significant flooding and should be avoided if possible.

To see an updated map with the details regarding which sections of the roads are impacted, visit:

The COTB states that the flooding situation can change very quickly and the City will continue to monitor and respond accordingly. There may be roads in and around the City not listed, that may be experiencing ponding and flooding.

The City would like to remind residents to exercise caution in and around area waterways and proceed with caution on roads with higher water levels, as the ditch may not be visible.

All City waterways are still being closely monitored. Once rivers and creeks recede, Infrastructure & Operations will commence any necessary road and trail repairs.

For more information, or to report a problem, contact the Infrastructure & Operations Dispatch at 625-2195 or

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