Evacuation Order issued by Village of Cache Creek. One property on Trans Canada Hwy. April 30, 2023.

The Village of Cache Creek has issued an Evacuation Order for a single property on Trans Canada Hwy due to flooding. Anyone in the affected area must leave the area immediately.
Further updates will be provided on the Village of Cache Creek’s Facebook page.

Recommended Actions

Follow all directions from officials:

  1. If you are in the area under Evacuation Order, you are at risk and must leave immediately 
  2. Refer to the Evacuation Order for information specific to your community
  3. Self-register for Emergency Support Services


Flood waters move fast, so develop a household plan, put together your grab-and-go bag and connect with your neighbours. Learn about the emergency response plan for your area by contacting your Local Authority or First Nation.

For more information on how to prepare for a flood, visit PreparedBC.

Stages of Evacuation

Evacuation Order: You are at risk. Leave the area immediately. You are encouraged to register all family members at the nearest reception centre so emergency responders know you are safe.

Evacuation Alert: Be ready to leave on short notice. This is the time to gather your grab-and-go bags and ensure your vehicle has fuel. If you leave before or during this alert, it’s called a voluntary evacuation.

Evacuation Rescinded: All is currently safe and you can return home. Stay tuned for other possible evacuation alerts or orders.