Flood Recovery

Mississippi River Watershed
Ottawa River – Constance Bay

Ottawa River Regulation Secretariat Presentation – Constance Bay

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Disaster Relief

The Disaster Relief Assistance for Ontarians (DRAO) program has been approved for activation, within specific areas of Lanark County.
See the map in PDF format and for details on how to register, visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/apply-disaster-recovery-assistance 

Used Sandbag Disposal

Sandbags exposed to flood waters pose a risk to human health because they have been exposed to animal manure, human septage and chemicals spilled during the event. Use gloves and masks to protect yourself from bacteria. Take used sandbags to your local landfill unless advised otherwise by your municipality:

Township of Addington Highlands
Township of Beckwith
Town of Carleton Place
Township of Central Frontenac
Township of Drummond/North Elmsley
Township of Greater Madawaska
Township of Lanark Highlands
Town of Mississippi Mills
Township of North Frontenac
City of Ottawa
Tay Valley Township

Well Water Sampling

Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit
Ottawa Public Health
Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Public Health

Support Links & Resources

Please note: The City of Ottawa wants to remind residents that City staff may visit your home if you are in a flood affected area as part of flood outreach or for a wellness visit. The City will not send non-City personnel to your home. Beware of companies claiming they have been sent by the City.

Provincial Support for Municipalities
Homeowner Assistance
Keeping Food and Water Safe After a Flood 
Indoor Air Quality
After a Flood
Ottawa Food Bank
Salvation Army (accepting donations for flood victims)
United Way Lanark County 
United Way Ottawa
Red Cross

Community mental-health resources are available from the following providers:

The Distress Centre answers calls 24-7, with crisis line specialists providing confidential support. Callers can reach the centre at 613-238-3311.
The Mental Health Crisis Line answers calls for people ages 16 or older, 24-7. Callers can reach the line at 613-722-6914.
The Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) provides confidential 24-7 phone and web counselling for children ages 20 and under.
The Walk-In Counselling Clinics provide free, confidential single session counselling sessions throughout Ottawa.
Ottawa Public Health Information at 613-580-6744 (TTY 613-580-9656).
211 connects callers to community, social, government and health service information in Ottawa 24-7. The service is free, confidential and multilingual.

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