The INTERVENTION 1 mode as decreed by the Montreal civil security since Wednesday May 22 and will be adapted considering the evolution of the conditions.
Water levels are decreasing but they remain 6 inches over the mid-level flood threshold for Lac des Deux-Montagnes.
It is essential to maintain the dikes and provide increased monitoring of their integrity.
Dikes will be dismantled when we reach RECOVERY mode, at which time the City will send out a newsletter. We ask all citizens to be remain patient and supportive
The Chemin de l'Anse-à-l'Orme, between Senneville Road, Gouin Boulevard and North of Timberlea-Trail, remains closed in both directions until further notice following infrastructure security inspections.
It is imperative that all homeowners in the “risk areas” implement all necessary measures to protect their property. For public work interventions, please call 514-630-1234 or in the case of an emergency dial 9-1-1
The Senneville booklet “WHAT TO DO BEFORE, DURING & AFTER the flooding” is available at Town Hall and on the website: https://www.villagesenneville.qc.ca/en/104/floods