A free information session is being held for rural Kingston residents who face unique challenges when dealing with potential flooding of their homes, businesses and farms.
The session will provide details about recent flood events and offer tips to mitigate flooding. There will also be presentations by the City and the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority followed by the opportunity to have an informal chat with those representatives.
Hosted by the City’s Rural Advisory Committee, the event takes place on Wednesday, November 20 at 6pm at the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (Outdoor Centre), 1641 Perth Rd. in Glenburnie.
More information can be found at the City’s ‘Flood Ready‘ page.
UPDATE – Check out this City of Kingston video about the Rural Advisory Committee:
The Rural Advisory Committee represents the interests of Kingston’s rural residents, as they relate to residential, agricultural and rural-business matters. In this episode of Inside our City, JC Kenny speaks with committee chair Josée Conway about how Pittsburgh and Countryside district residents can get involved in committee meetings and special events.