The Village of Lumby intends to downgrade all evacuation orders and alerts this Thursday at 8 am.
The occupants of 24 residences have been evacuated since May 6, with another 80 homes on alert.
“While the Evacuation Orders are being downgraded, residents should be aware of the potentially dangerous conditions resulting from the recent flooding,” says a village news release.
“The Provincial Rapid Damage Assessment Team has identified some of these hazards, and residents are strongly advised to address these prior to reentering and/or inhabiting their property.”
There will be an information session for evacuated residents on Wednesday in the early evening. Evacuated residents will be contacted with information pertaining to the time and location.
The village will remain in a Local State of Emergency until May 27.
The Emergency Social Service (ESS) referral program offered by the province to evacuated residents will also continue until this date.