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ALERT - State of emergency in Belleville due to flooding

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CHS advises Deaf and Hard of Hearing community in Belleville of the emergency situation and flooding in the area. As you may already be aware, City of Belleville Mayor Neil Ellis has declared a state of emergency due to the flooding North of Belleville. If you need help or have questions about sandbags please call 613-962-7550 (voice, use Relay service 711). If you have concerns about ice jams or would like to report flooding, please call Quinte Conservation Office available 24 hours a day at 613-968-3434 and follow prompts to leave a message (Voice, use Relay service 711).

If you have been affected by the flood and need CHS support, please contact us Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm TTY 1-877-872-0586, voice 1-866-966-8995. If you are in an emergency and require ASL interpreting, please contact OIS Emergency Interpreting services, please use TTY 1-866-831-4657 or email

Below are some links to City of Belleville website and some news clips about the flooding. Visit the City of Belleville website for up to date information on the situation.


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