June 8 - Trout Lake Evacuation Order Lifted

As of 8:00 am June 8th the Mandatory Evacuation Order has been lifted and residents are able to return home to Trout Lake. 

Due to the fires that are still in the area the Evacuation Alert will remain in place until further notice.

Residents are please asked to check in at the Trout Lake Fire Hall upon their return so that we know everyone makes it home safely.

If you are planning to return home at a later date, please call 780-869-2413 and let us know when you will be returning home.

IF YOU REQUIRE ANY ASSISTANCE WITH YOUR FURNACE, HOT WATER TANK, WATER PUMP OR SEPTIC TANK, GARBAGE REMOVAL PLEASE SEE THE COORDINATORS AT THE TROUT LAKE FIREHALL AND THEY CAN ASSIST YOU.

TROUT LAKE FIRE HALL  PHONE: 780-869-2413

SPRINKLER SYSTEM TROUT LAKE 

WELCOME HOME!!! 

As you return to your homes some residents will have sprinkler systems on/near their homes. These are there to protect your homes from any fires and took over 40 firefighters 3 days to design and install these for the best fire protection of the community.

The Sprinkler system will remain in place as long as needed.

We ask that residents be safe around all the hoses, sprinklers and equipment. Please do not touch, remove or alter for your safety and the safety of the community. We also that you drive cautiously through the community as long as these systems are in place and crews are working.

REMEMBER Both the Sprinklers and Crews are here for you and your homes protection.

Fire Protection also included the need to remove any combustibles away from structures, anything on decks, leaning against homes was removed and placed 5 meters away from homes.

 

Thank you,

Jason Wigton, Director of Emergency Services/Band Manager

Peerless Trout First Nation