Freshet update for City of Grand Forks, Morning of June 4th.

Currently City officials are monitoring the flooding situation in the City for any potential impacts as the water is rising.
The City and RDKB continue to track all of the river flows, forecasts, and weather, and are in contact with Emergency Management BC and the BC River Forecast Centre. Forecasts show river levels continuing to rise through the afternoon to evening before settling down.
The City has protective measures in place around our new flood protection infrastructure under construction. Crews are out dealing with any local flooding impacts around roads and drainage. If you see an issue, please call 250-442-8266 for the City’s after hours call out.
Please stay well away from all river banks as ground may be saturated and unstable and may continue to be hazardous even after the water recedes.
For further regional information and all evacuation alerts and updates, please see In the event of an immediate emergency, please call 911.


E-Comm 911 has reported major service disruptions affecting the 911 service in the Central and Southern Okanagan Areas, including the Kootenay Boundary/Grand Forks area. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, please call 250-469-8577, and you will be connected to a dispatch centre.

Firefighter for a Night

Come join us for fire practice April 27th, 2022.
Are you looking to serve your community, be part of a great team and learn new skills? Then we have the event for you.
Grand Forks Fire/Rescue is hosting our 3rd Annual Firefighter For The Night. This exciting event gives you the chance to meet our members, ask questions and best of all have a little fun along the way putting the wet stuff on the red stuff.
For more information about this event or to sign up.
Contact us by phone at 250-442-3612 or by email