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Frosst Creek Flood Protection Works
Home > Services > Flood Protection, Mitigation and Drainage > Frosst Creek Flood Protection Works
The Frosst Creek dyke and debris dam, which are owned and operated by the Fraser Valley Regional District, provide flood protection to the community located on the Frosst Creek alluvial fan near the south end of Cultus Lake.

The works consist of two (2) debris basins and a dyke located along the south side of Frosst Creek. PDF of area.