Emergency Status Map
Residents can now use the FVRD Emergency Status Map to view freshet information and historical flood data. The map will be continually updated to reflect current Evacuation Alerts, Orders, and other useful information.
The BC River Forecast Centre no longer predicts 1972 flood levels or worse for the Fraser River. Despite improvements to river forecasts, the FVRD’s Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) continues to monitor the situation and will increase its operations if necessary. Both the Province’s high stream advisory and evacuation alerts issued by the FVRD remain in effect.
FVRD Releases 2021 Annual Report
This year’s Annual Report focuses on resiliency and adaptability and highlights the progress and accomplishments made on the key strategic priorities identified by the FVRD Board of Directors.
Stay Away From the Harrison and Fraser Rivers This Weekend
The Fraser Valley Regional District is informing residents and visitors of the danger of high water levels in the Harrison and Fraser Rivers over the Canada Day long weekend. The public should stay away from the Harrison and Fraser Rivers over the weekend.
- Regional and Corporate Services Committee - July 13 / 10:00am
- Electoral Area Services Committee - July 13 / 1:30pm
- Fraser Valley Regional Hospital District Board - July 28 / 7:00pm
- Fraser Valley Regional District Board - July 28 / 7:00pm
- Regional and Corporate Services Committee - September 8 / 10:00am
Hope & Area Summer Recreation Guide
The Summer 2022 Recreation Guide is here! Browse our programs and activities offered for the summer.
Sign up for Alertable
Download the free Alertable app to receive emergency notifications for our region.
Check out our new quarterly newsletter, the FVRD Spotlight, and learn about services and projects in the electoral areas.
Vedder River Campground
Online reservations are now open for the 2022 season. Book your spot today!