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Flood Resiliency

Studies the 2021 flood impacts to improve our community flood resilience

Flood Resiliency Program

The Flood Resiliency Program is working to collect information about the 2021 flood impact on individuals, families, and businesses in Abbotsford/Chilliwack. The work has started in partnership with Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) and the City of Abbotsford. We are also working with UFV Community Health and Social Innovation (CHASI) and are currently in the process of finalizing the survey and interview details. Once ready, more information will be available on this website.

This will be an opportunity for you to share your flood experience and help us determine what support services were helpful or should be enhanced. Your voices will allow us to identify the gap between how/what it was and how/what it should have been.

The findings from these results will inform the City of Abbotsford and EMBC to highlight the priority actions and effective strategies to mitigate and better prepare for future flood events.

Flood Impact Survey

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The Flood Response Resources guide is updated regularly and focused on resources for residents in Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Yarrow.

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Hours of Operation

8:30am – 4:00pm
Monday – Friday

Address

Archway Community Services 
2420 Montrose Avenue Abbotsford BC V2S 3S9 

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Flood Related Stories & News

Archway Recognizes Community Builders and Flood Heroes

Archway Recognizes Community Builders and Flood Heroes

Five local individuals and two organizations were honoured with Community Builders Awards (CBAs) Nov. 3 at The Reach Gallery. The awards were hosted and presented by Archway Community Services. Three individuals received Community Builder Awards along with four Flood...

The Flood that Was

The Flood that Was

An overview of how the community in Abbotsford was able to overcome the devastation of the floods.

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