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Keep in touch and stay informed. Our News Room is designed to help journalists and the general public find the information and contacts they need to learn about the FVRD.

For media inquiries, please email Angelique Crowther, Manager of Communications or call 604-702-5089.

  • Emergency Status Map July 4, 2022 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. Read More
  • Freshet Update July 4, 2022 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. Read More
  • FVRD Releases 2021 Annual Report June 30, 2022 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. Read More
  • Stay Away From the Harrison and Fraser Rivers This Weekend June 29, 2022 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. Read More
  • Island 22 Regional Park Closure June 29, 2022 Due to high water levels, Island 22 Regional Park will be closed effective Thursday, June 30 for all public use except for commercial fishing guides. Read More
  • Increase in Mosquitoes Expected June 29, 2022 Fraser Valley residents, particularly those living near the Fraser River, can expect to see an increase in floodwater mosquitoes this Canada Day weekend. Read More
  • Evacuation Alerts for parts of Area B & Area G June 29, 2022 The Fraser River water level is rising due to rapid snowmelt and rainfall. High water levels may result in increased overland flooding for low-lying undiked areas. Evacuation Alerts have been issued for parts of Areas B & G. Read More
  • Evacuation Alert for Harrison Mills Area, Electoral Area C June 28, 2022 An Evacuation Alert has been issued for select properties in the Harrison Mills Area, Area C. Read More
  • Heatwave Warning This Weekend June 22, 2022 Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the Fraser Valley as temperatures are expected to rise for the first weekend of summer. Read More
  • Freshet Advisory Continues June 16, 2022 The FVRD is continuing the freshet watch advisory for residents of Electoral Areas B, C and G living in areas not protected by dikes or in low-lying areas. Read More