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Saturday, April 20, 2013

Kawartha Lakes Flooding Related Road Closures!

Flooding Closes Burnt River Area Roads

Update:5:10 Apr21 More Road Closures added
2 pm April 21 2013, two more roads were added to the closed roads list: Brooks Lane and Birch Lane off Chisholm Trail north of Sebright in the Black River watershed. City of Kawartha Lakes Mayor Ric McGee declared a State of Emergency  the evening of Saturday April 20 . Flood levels in the Village of Burnt River are expected to meet or exceed 1991 levels.
Current Kawartha Lakes road closures due to flooding include:
image Water covers Kawartha Lakes Road
Kawartha Lakes : Road Under Water
[City of Kawartha Lakes]
  • Brooks Lane off Chisholm Trail north of Sebright in the Black River watershed.
  • Birch Lane off Chisholm Trail north of Sebright in the Black River watershed. 
  • Southam Drive
  • Shankland Drive
  • The Moorings
  • Fells Station Rd from Rd. 121 to the dead end. 
  • Brook Rd. closed at the 3rd Conc. 
  • River Rd closed 0.5 km south of the 3rd Conc. 
  • Crooked Ct. closed at Kozy Kove Rd 
  • Kozy Kove Rd. from the first bend to the left 
  • Cedar Plank Rd. closed at the 3rd Conc Shuttleworth Rd closed at Wildflower 
  • Superior Rd off of Rd. 121 is flooding and will be closed. 
  • Black River Rd (north of Sebright) from Chisholm Trail to Muskoka Rd 6 is flooded and will remain closed until further notice. It is also flooded east of Chisholm Trail towards Lewisham Rd and closed this direction as well. 
  • Laxton Bexley Rd is also flooded and closed at this time, from French Settlement Rd to Deer Lake Rd. 
  • Wrex Rd is also flooded and closed. 
  • Pinery Rd. remains closed from Winchester Dr. to the Rail Trail approximately 2km east of the Burnt River Road
 Roads that are expected to flood are
  • Fairbarin Rd south of Rd 37 Is flooding and will be closed. This road is not connected to the Burnt River
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