Williams Lake, B.C. – The CRD’s Recovery Manager, Stephanie Masun, delivered her final recovery report to the Cariboo Regional District Board at their April 13 meeting. The report signifies the end of the contract for the CRD’s Recovery Manager; however, various agencies are conducting ongoing recovery work throughout the Cariboo.
The following are some of the ongoing recovery services available in the Cariboo:
Emergency preparedness is also a component of recovery. Information about FireSmart and other wildfire prevention programs is available on the CRD’s website as well. Take a moment to visit the PreparedBC website, which is British Columbia's one-stop shop for disaster readiness information.
Find these recovery resources, programs, contact information and more on the Wildfire Recovery page at the CRD website. Updates are posted on the CRD’s Facebook page. If you are looking for recovery supports, review the recovery information provided on those pages or contact the provincial wildfire recovery program or Red Cross for additional support.
Additionally, drop by one of the CRD’s information fairs this month to learn more about emergency preparedness and resilience. Information fairs are being held in the North Cariboo and South Cariboo:
Similar events are being hosted by other agencies in the Cariboo this spring.
Masun’s Wildfire Recovery Management report provided an overview of the CRD’s recovery management activities to date. The report also identifies the early-identified recovery needs and general trends, an overview of recovery program solutions and resources, short-term recovery program gaps and long-term planning and lessons learned. Read the report, along with CRD’s two other post-wildfire reports, on the CRD website.
Find recovery and emergency preparedness information at:
Emily Epp, Manager of Communications
Cariboo Regional District
250-398-0842 or 250-392-3351
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