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B.C. communities benefit from investments in evacuation route planning

B.C. communities benefit from investments in evacuation route planning

March 5, 2021 at 7:52 am  BC, News, Politics

The 28 proposals approved for Community Emergency Preparedness Fund (CEPF) Evacuation Route Planning projects:

Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District – Alberni Valley Evacuation Route Plan
Total Approved Funding: $81,900

Bulkley-Nechako Regional District – Regional Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $160,590

Central Okanagan Regional District – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Chase – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $17,500

Columbia Shuswap Regional District – Community Evacuation Zone Planning Project
Total Approved Funding: $24,380

Colwood – Evacuation Route Plan
Total Approved Funding: $19,000

Cowichan Valley Regional District – Evacuation Route Planning, Electoral Areas F and I
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

East Kootenay Regional District – Evacuation Route Planning for Eastern Kootenays Emergency Management Program
Total Approved Funding: $171,720

Hazelton, New Hazelton – Hazeltons’ Evacuation Route Plan
Total Approved Funding: $50,000

Invermere – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $21,920

Kwikwetlem First Nation – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Lheidli-T’enneh Band – Evacuation Route Planning for North and South IR#2
Total Approved Funding: $19,500

Lhoosk’uz Dene Government – Community Evacuation Planning
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Logan Lake – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $21,855

Merritt – Evacuation Plan 2020
Total Approved Funding: $17,500

Nadleh Whut’en First Nation – Making Evacuations Safe and Efficient
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Nanaimo Regional District – Gabriola Island Evacuation Route Plan
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Nazko First Nation, Ulkatcho First Nations – Southern Dakelh Nation Alliance: Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $48,923

Nelson – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

New Westminster – Emergency Program Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $22,000

North Coast Regional District – Tlell Evacuation Route Planning Project
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

North Okanagan Regional District – Plan for Cosens Bay and Silver Star
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Okanagan Indian Band – Emergency Program Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Oliver – Emergency Program Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $21,000

Osoyoos Indian Band – Oliver and OIB Emergency Program Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $21,000

Sidney – Advanced Evacuation Route Planning and Regional ERP
Total Approved Funding: $21,000

Squamish Lillooet Regional District – Pemberton Valley and Squamish Floodplain Joint Flood Evacuation Planning
Total Approved Funding: $60,000

Ucluelet – Evacuation Route Planning
Total Approved Funding: $22,441

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