A Message from Niagara’s Regional Government
Posted December 29th, 2022 on Niagara At Large
With the lifting of the states of emergency in the Niagara municipalities of Fort Erie, Port Colborne and Wainfleet, the Niagara Region will also end its State of Emergency effective Dec. 29, 2022.
Niagara Region, local Niagara area municipalities and partner organizations will continue to monitor changing weather conditions and support those areas effected by this recent Winter Storm.
Niagara residents are advised to continue to monitor changing weather conditions and to be prepared for the potential of flooding as temperatures rise and snow accumulation melts.
“As our communities continue to stabilize from the severe impacts of the recent blizzard, our thoughts are with those who were most affected either through displacement, loss of power, damage to property or personal wellbeing. The Region continues to work with our partners in the southern municipalities to recover as quickly as possible. I want to thank the talented municipal staff from across Niagara who sacrificed their holidays in service of the community – yet again we proved that we can work together and rise to the occasion.”
~ Niagara Regional Chair, Jim Bradley
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