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More B.C. communities benefit from emergency preparedness funding

More B.C. communities benefit from emergency preparedness funding

August 20, 2021 at 12:31 pm  BC, News, Politics

The following 38 proposals have received funding:

Akisqnuk First Nation – Flood Risk and Mitigation Study

Total approved funding: $150,000

Chilliwack – Vedder River Flood Risk Assessment

Total approved funding: $150,000

Delta – Ladner Waterfront Flood Protection Strategy

Total approved funding: $149,000

Greenwood – Flood Protection – Detailed Design

Total approved funding: $145,131

Harrison Hot Springs – Flood Level Assessment and Mitigation Measures for Village

Total approved funding: $147,927

Hazelton – Flood Mitigation Project Detailed Designs

Total approved funding: $150,000

Houston – Silverthorne Creek Flood Risk Analysis

Total approved funding: $43,000

Invermere – Toby Creek Flood Risk Assessment and Mapping

Total approved funding: $150,000

Kamloops – Dike Flood Risk Mitigation Planning

Total Approved Funding: $150,000

Keremeos – Flood Mitigation Plan

Total approved funding: $90,085

Kootenay-Boundary Regional District – Flood and Geohazard Maps for Boundary Region

Total approved funding: $150,000

Lake Country – Flood Hazard Study

Total approved funding: $148,200

Lil’wat Nation – Flood Mitigation Planning

Total approved funding: $120,000

Midway – Flood Protection – Detailed Design

Total approved funding: $104,123

Musqueam First Nation – Flood Mitigation Strategy Study for Musqueum IR#2

Total approved funding: $150,000

New Denver – Carpenter Creek Channel Improvement Planning

Total approved funding: $49,340

North Coast Regional District – Erosion/Flood Mitigation Planning Project

Total approved funding: $136,000

Okanagan Indian Band – Syilx (Okanagan) Flood Adaptation Plan

Total approved funding: $149,834

Osoyoos – Town Flood Mitigation Plan

Total approved fundingg: $136,653

Pacheedaht First Nation – Gordon and San Juan Rivers Flood and Erosion Mitigation Study

Total approved funding: $147,900

Pemberton – Identification and Implementation Plan for Flood Mitigation Measures

Total approved funding: $120,000

qathet Regional District – qathet Regional Coastal Flood Adaptation Strategy

Total approved funding: $130,350

Revelstoke – Flood Mapping Assessment – City of Revelstoke

Total approved funding: $88,500

Seabird Island Band – Channel Shoreline Flood Mitigation Planning Project

Total approved funding: $150,000

Sechelt Indian Government District – Flood Risk Assessment and Mapping

Total approved funding: $150,000

Shackan Indian Band – Risk Assessment and Mitigation Plan

Total approved funding: $148,657

Shxw’ōwhámel First Nation – Flood Mitigation Planning: Flood Protection

Total approved funding: $143,158

Squamish-Lillooet Regional District – Ryan River Modelling and Floodplain Mapping

Total approved funding: $99,500

Stz’uminus First Nation – Flood Risk Assessment for Stz’uminus FN Planning

Total approved funding: $149,266

Summerland – Eneas Creek Flood Mitigation Plan

Total approved funding: $120,000

Sunshine Coast Regional District – Dam Breach Analysis

Total approved funding: $143,000

Takla Nation – Flood Risk Assessment

Total approved funding: $149,808

Terrace – Kitsumkalum River Flood Mitigation Plan

Total approved funding: $150,000

Tl’azt’en Nation – Updated Flood Risk and Mapping Project

Total approved funding: $149,852

Tsal’alh – Seton Portage Geo/Flood Hazard Mitigation Planning

Total approved funding: $150,000

West Kelowna – Flood Risk Assessment and Mitigation Plan

Total approved funding: $150,000

Whistler – Alta Creek Flood Mitigation

Total approved funding: $147,400

Xats’ull First Nation – Flood Hazard Study Phase 2

Total approved funding: $150,000

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