(includes Pavilion, Texas Creek, Yalakom, Seton Portage)
August 22, 2021 effective at 1630 hrs
The Evacuation Alert, pursuant to Section 12 (1) of the BC Emergency Program Act issued at 1730 hrs, August 16, 2021 to the following area has been rescinded:
August 22, 2021 effective 1630 hrs
The Evacuation Orders, pursuant to Section 12 (1) of the BC Emergency Program Act issued at 1800 hrs on August 13, 2021, 1800 hrs on August 12, 2021, 2100 hrs on August 5, 2021, 1730 hrs on August 4, 2021, for the following areas have been rescinded and an Evacuation ALERT remains in effect:
Attention Wildfires Evacuees
Do you need help registering or other assistance?
Support in Lillooet is offered by appointment Monday to Friday at the Lillooet Registration Centre which is located in the Community Cares Building (Old Dorm’s Building) at 76 - 5th Avenue.
To book an appointment phone 250-256-8852 during the hours of 10 a.m. - Noon, 1 - 4 p.m.
The River Forecast Centre has issued a FLOOD WARNING for the Bridge River above Downton Lake. including:
Pursuant to Section 12(1) of the Emergency Program Act (RS, 1996, Chap 111), the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) has issued a State of Local Emergency (SOLE) for Electoral Area B, due to threat from wildfire known as K71030 Mckay Creek Fire.
The SOLE for Electoral Area B is effective from August 4, 2021 and will remain in place until August 11, 2021, unless cancelled.
An Evacuation Alert has been issued by the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District.
The McKay Creek Fire (K71030), which started in the vicinity of the 32km mark of the West Pavillion
Road, has now extended west towards the Yalakom Valley.
The BC Wildfire Service is responding.
Special air quality statement issued for: Fraser Canyon - north including Lillooet, B.C. (083110)
Issued at 2021-07-20 18:46 UTC by Environment Canada, the B.C. Ministry of Environment
Current details: Smoky Skies Bulletin
Heat Wave Warning
Environment Canada has issued a heat wave warning for parts of the province, including Lillooet and surrounding area, with daytime highs ranging from 35 to 38 degrees, combined with overnight lows near 18 degrees Celsius from today through Wednesday. Above seasonal daytime temperatures and elevated overnight temperatures will mean little relief from the heat. This heat event will increase the potential for heat-related illnesses.
July 11, 2021 effective at 0900 hrs
July 9, 2021 effective 1300 hrs
The Evacuation Orders, pursuant to Section 12 (1) of the BC Emergency Program Act issued at 2130 hrs on June 29th 2021 and 2130 hrs on July 1st 2021 to the following areas have been rescinded and an Evacuation ALERT remains in effect: