Gatineau Quebec flooding flood floods May 4, 2017

Flooding in some parts of Gatineau is the worst residents have seen in 20 years. (Ashley Burke/CBC)

The Ottawa River appears to have peaked, but its impact on our area's transportation network is far from over. 

To help keep track of the latest information, we've assembled these useful maps and links to help you make informed choices:


​Important links:

Residents who evacuate their home are invited to visit one of the following centres for flood victims:

  • Jean-René-Monette Community Centre, 89 Jean-René-Monette St.
  • Masson-Angers Services Centre, 57 Montréal Rd.

If needed, the Red Cross will provide assistance.

Road closures in Gatineau

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National Capital Region

Flooding has led the National Capital Commission to close some pathways and parks along the shore. Look at the map below to see which areas are closed. Can't see map? View it here

National Capital Commission map of closed pathways


Parts of Ottawa are also flooded. Here are some useful links:

Below is a map of the emergency reception and lodging centres and sandbag pickup locations in Ottawa. Can't see map? Click here.

Ottawa: Emergency reception centres, sand bag pickup

Outside Ottawa

Other useful maps and links: