Water levels are continuing to go down on the Gull River. Minden Hills officials say the levels went down another five centimeters yesterday, but there is still a flood warning in effect.

Reservoir lake levels are still very high, and the township says it’s likely to stay that way for the next wek or two. The township also reminds any homeowners, businesses or organizations affected by the flood to register with the Red Cross at the S.G. Nesbitt Centre. The hours have changed though, and it’s now at the centre from 10:00am until 4:00pm, and then at the Minden Food Bank from 4:00pm until 7:00pm.

Daily lunches are being served at the food bank at 11:30am, and dinner is served each night at 5:30pm. The public water tap at the Fire Hall is now reopen, and water services are available at the Water Depot, which is at Highway 35 and Bobcaygeon Road.

Clean up kits are still available at the Nesbitt Centre, and flood waste can be dropped off at the landfill at no cost. More details are on the Minden Hills website:

Emergency Alert Information Page