A flood occurs when an shoreline area is submerged because the volume of the body of water has surpassed the capacity of its bed. Major floods usually happen when snow melts in the springtime, during periods of heavy rain, but also in wintertime when frazil accumulates (see Types of Floods). A quick and major increase of the water level can also occur when a dam breaks.
Senneville is a municipality nestled by the Lac des Deux-Montagnes. As such, floods and Frazil Ice are one of the main natural hazards occurring on the territory.
During the year, flood forecasters monitor the amount of rainfall and snow and the impact on levels on rivers, lakes, creeks and streams.
- Emergency services 911
- Info-Santé 811
- Quebec 511
- Energir (Gaz Metro)
- Weather network
- Canada Environment
- Village of Senneville
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Floods can occur when a body of water overflows, during high tides or after heavy rains. The consequences of a flood or heavy water damage at home could have adverse effects on the health of the occupants. The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de l'ouest-de-l'ile-de-Montréal can give you information if you are worried about your family's health or your own, with regard to mould, unsanitary conditions, etc. In case of doubt, you can phone 811.
Here are some maps of the 2017 floods, however they do not have the legal value of the provincial flood ratings.