The Village of Cache Creek has developed a recovery plan to outline the immediate needs of the Village and its residents in response to the 2023 freshet flooding. We have conducted a damage assessment and obtained estimations for cost and time delivery, and we are working together with multiple stakeholders to action repair and recovery as efficiently as possible.
Following are some of the organizations and entities with which we are in constant contact:
We are using an project management service to organize planning for large projects within the organization. See the same information that our team works with, live, by following the link below.
After a disaster, the provincial government may declare an event eligible for Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA). Once declared, the DFA program may provide applicants with financial assistance to restore uninsurable losses that are essential to your home, livelihood or community service.
This overland flooding event of April 27 - May 16, 2023, has been classified as eligible.
Residents are encouraged to check the DFA Website directly to learn more about the program and determine eligibility.
Call 1-877-257-4777 or
The deadline for starting a claim was Sunday, September 3rd, 2023.
If you require assistance, please contact us by
Or pop in the office to schedule an appointment with our Recovery Liaison
City of Kamloops
District of Lillooet
City of Merritt
Village of Ashcroft
Village of Clinton
Village of Logan Lake
Ashcroft Indian Band
Bonaparte First Nation
Cache Creek Volunteer Fire Department
100 Mile Volunteer Fire Department
Ashcroft Volunteer Fire Department
Ministry of Emergency Management and Climate Readiness
Ministry of Environment
Ministry of Forests
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
TRUE Consulting and Engineering
Cloudburst Water Services
Province of BC