Flood: the level of the river has reached 21 feet
Emergencies and important notices
The level of the Saint-François River has reached 21 feet in height, based on the Aylmer Bridge sensor.
People at risk of flooding at 21 feet were contacted by the call processor to recommend to evacuate their residence. Fire crews are also working in the field to ensure that the most at-risk homes are evacuated.
The missions of the OMSC continue to monitor developments closely and, if required, those in the 22-foot flood zone will be contacted.
To follow in real time the level of the Saint-François River, go to https://sondes.ville.sherbrooke.qc.ca.
To find out about the closures and re-openings of streets caused by the floods, visit https://cartes.ville.sherbrooke.qc.ca/inondation.
Please be assured that we will remain vigilant. In case of a significant change in the situation, further communications will be sent.