A PDAP Flood Recovery Centre will open July 17 to 19 in the Town of Arborfield.
The PDAP Flood Recovery Centre will provide immediate support and advice to residents of the RM of Moose Range, the Town and RM of Arborfield and the Town of Carrot River that have been impacted by recent severe weather and flooding.
The centre will be staffed with PDAP officials who can begin the claims process for residents. A provincial building official will also be available to answer questions related to structural safety and building concerns.
Flood Recovery Centre location and hours of operation:
Arborfield Community Hall
213 Main Street
Sunday, July 17- 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday, July 18 – 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, July 19 – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
On Friday, government relations minister Jim Reiter, and the MLA for the area Fred Bradshaw met with local officials to talk about what will be needed and to survey the damage first hand.
Reiter says the discussions were very beneficial for both sides.
Both he and Arborfield mayor Alvin Alyea say it was very good to see and hear stories of everyone pitching in to help one another out saying it was small-town Saskatchewan at its best.