Spring Runoff / Flood Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

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Public Works

 Water & Sewer Division

 Roads & Streets Division

Emergency Preparedness

Nobody can predict when a disaster may strike or how far-reaching its effect might be, but everyone can do things at home and work, that can help reduce the risk, or lessen damage after a disaster.  The City's Emergency Preparedness site offers some basic information about preparing for disaster situations.

For Government of Canada information on personal and family preparedness visit:  www.getprepared.gc.ca

The web-site www.saskflood.ca is maintained by the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority and the Ministry of Corrections, Public Safety and Policing.  This web-site will provide information to help residents prepare for possible flooding and provide updates.

2016 PDAP Information

  • In 2016 you may be eligible for this program if you experience substantioal loss or damage to uninsurable, essential property caused by natural disasters, and your property is in a Municipality, First Nation or Park designated eligible for assistance. Yorkton has received this designation. Application forms are available at City Hall.