Rocky Mountain Natural Resource District road safety information
Cartwright FSR 0001.02 (July 9, 2021)
Road closed 3.4 km from the west end due to a condemned bridge.
Flathead FSR 0030.01 (July 2013)
Closed from Corbin South to Flathead town site due to multiple washouts, including all bridges and culverts.
Frances Creek FSR 0276.01 (September 15, 2022)
Closed at 48 km due to a compromised road surface due to erosion of road edge where the road is close to the creek.
Gray Creek Pass FSR 0252.05 (November 7, 2022)
Road closed for the season.
Mark Creek Main FSR 0252.20 (May 2018)
Closed to non-industrial traffic. This closure, and accompanying gate, was approved to protect public health and safety, and to reduce the risk of significant sediment delivery to Mark Creek.
- Mark Creek Main FSR is the access to the Mark Creek Community Watershed, which provides water for the City of Kimberley.
McClatchie Creek FSR 5466.06 (July 2013)
Bridge is closed (N1-108) at 57km, at Squall Creek, due to bridge washout.
McClatchie Creek FSR 5466.06 (December 7, 2022)
Bridge is closed (N1-107) at 53.5km due to the washout of the bridge approach due to flooding. This bridge is located on McLatchie Creek, near the junction of McLatchie Creek and the Flathead River.
White Creek FSR 0252.10 (January 26, 2022)
Road Closed at 5.7km at bridge. Bridge structure has been compromised by an erosion event, making it unsafe to cross. The bridge at 12.4km on the White Creek FSR, past the closure, is also being closed for the same reason.
Wildhorse Creek FSR 0072.01 (November 14, 2022)
Road will be closed at the 14km mark starting on November 15, 2022 and will be closed for the 2022/23 winter season. The road surface has been compromised by an erosion event, making it unsafe for travel. This section of the FSR will be reopened in spring 2023 after maintenance and repair works are completed.