Posted on Tuesday, May 09, 2017 12:00 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 9, 2017
QUINTE CONSERVATION FLOOD WARNING UPDATE
A Flood Warning remains in effect for all areas in the Quinte Conservation watersheds, but things are looking up for those along the Moira, Napanee, and Salmon Rivers. General Manager Terry Murphy says, “All of the major river systems in our watersheds have peaked overnight. If we do not get any major rainfall residents should start to notice a continual drop in water levels on the rivers. Unfortunately, this is not the same...
Posted on Saturday, May 06, 2017 12:00 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 6, 2017
FLOOD WARNING ISSUED FOR ALL AREAS IN THE QUINTE CONSERVATION WATERSHEDS
A Flood Warning has been issued for all areas in the Quinte Conservation watersheds. This includes all lakes, rivers, streams, and the shorelines of Lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte. Water Resources Manager Christine McClure says, “We have received almost twice the normal amount of rain for the entire month of May in the first week. We anticipate that all rivers will, or already have, overtopped...
Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2017 12:00 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 3, 2017
QUINTE CONSERVATION ISSUES WATER SAFETY STATEMENT FOR BOATERS ON THE BAY OF QUINTE
Quinte Conservation is issuing a Water Safety Statement for boaters due to high water levels and debris in the Bay of Quinte. General Manager Terry Murphy says, “Water levels are high on the Bay of Quinte and due to wind and waves there are increased amounts of debris such as logs in the water. This weekend is the opening of walleye season and there will be increased boat traffic on...
Posted on Thursday, April 06, 2017 12:00 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 6, 2017
QUINTE CONSERVATION ISSUES FLOOD OUTLOOK STATEMENT
Quinte Conservation has issued a Flood Outlook Statement for the Moira, Napanee, and Prince Edward Watersheds. General Manager Terry Murphy says, “With the rain we have received and what is in the forecast we can expect that smaller creeks and streams may overspill their banks. Larger rivers should be able to handle the rain with no major impacts. Properties that usually get wet in the spring may already be wet,...
Posted on Thursday, March 09, 2017 12:00 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 9, 2017
QUINTE CONSERVATION EXTENDS FLOOD OUTLOOK STATEMENT FOR THE MOIRA RIVER WATERSHED
Quinte Conservation has extended a Flood Outlook Statement for the Moira River, Black River near Actinolite, and the Skootamatta River. General Manager Terry Murphy says, “While these rivers are running high, residents can expect water levels below a typical spring runoff. This means properties that usually get wet in the spring may already be wet, or could expect water to encroach...