The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District is cautioning people to be careful around streams and rivers downstream of the Cheakamus Dam.
A spill release for the structure, also known as the Daisy Lake Dam, is scheduled for 6 p.m. today, June 25, and may cause water levels to rise quickly and without warning, reads a notice from the SLRD.
The warming applies to all people downstream of the dam, including those in Paradise Valley.
This notice is for awareness only.
BC Hydro will issue a flood alert if the spill rate increases to the point overbank flooding occurs, the SLRD says.