Vaudreuil-Dorion is experiencing historical floods. Everyone is asked to be vigilant, to make sure that their sump pump is functional, and not to circulate in flooded areas unnecessarily.
Flooding: update on May 10, 2019
The water level in the Lake of Two Mountains is currently 24.26 m and is expected to rise to 24.35 m tomorrow and 24.42 m on Sunday.
The flow rate at Carillon Station is 8,117 m3/second and could potentially increase to 8,511 m3/second between now and Sunday.
The heavy rains we have had over the last few hours have resulted in water accumulation in certain sectors where manholes have been obstructed given the high levels of the lake. Our Public Works team are working to clear them in order to allow for water to flow out before blocking them again using sand bags.
Numerous pumps on the territory will be under surveillance 24 hours a day over the weekend. The City continues to monitor the situation closely, both in terms of water level and in terms of wind speed and direction.
We would like to remind you that it is important to keep dykes in place. We will inform you when it is safe to remove them.
Remember that you can always contact us (24 hours a day) at 450 455-3371, extension 2805, for anything that has to do with the flooding situation.