Government of New Brunswick


 
Details 1934-04-16 1934-04-24 $250,000.00 0 Saint John River Basin: In the Saint John River Basin, the areas most affected by this flood were in Sunbury and York counties.
Details 1922-06-17 1922-06-25 $1,000,000.00 0 General: Water covered railway lines throughout most of the Province, mainly the lines belonging to the C.
Details 2008-04-23 2008-05-02 $23,288,000.00 47 This was the worst spring flooding in 35 years along the entire St.
Details 1854-05-01 1854-05-31 0 No reports were available from 1854 describing this flood or the damages caused.
Details 1887-04-25 1887-05-14 $500,000.00 4 Saint John River Basin: On April 26, the ice began running above Andover.
Details 1896-04-23 1896-05-05 0 Saint John River Basin: A larger run of ice than normal caused several ice jams which backed up water for short periods of time.
Details 1979-03-26 1979-04-05 $2,113,328.00 0 Saint John River Basin: In the Saint John River Basin, most of the reported flooding occurred in the southern portion.
Details 1974-04-29 1974-05-18 $325,600.00 0 Saint John River Basin: Flooding began on April 29, in the upper Saint John River Basin; ice jams occurred particularly in the western part of Madawaska County.
Details 1978-05-08 1978-05-11 0 Lower Saint John River Basin: Minor flooding was reported throughout the Maugerville and Sheffield areas, downstream of Fredericton.
Details 1979-04-29 1979-05-07 $1,332,693.00 5 During the winter of 1978-79, snowfall was about average throughout New Brunswick and in adjacent areas of Maine.
Details 1963-05-01 1963-05-10 $13,475.00 0 Saint John River Basin: In the Saint John River Basin, the flooding reported in the newspapers was restricted to the Lower Saint John area.
Details 2005-03-29 2005-05-16 $5,600,000.00 217 In mid-March, the Saint John River basin had above average ice thickness and a heavy snow pack in northern portions of the basin.
Details 1954-04-16 1954-04-24 0 Saint John River Basin: In the Nackawic River Valley, the Maple Ridge Road was washed out at a point about a mile from Millville.
Details 1958-04-24 1958-04-30 $290,000.00 0 Flood conditions prevailed over most of the Saint John, Restigouche and Miramichi River basins.
Details 1947-04-30 1947-05-10 0 Saint John River Basin: Due to the heavy runoff, the main stem of the Saint John River overflowed onto the interval lands at several points.
Details 1961-05-08 1961-05-20 $1,000,000.00 0 The most serious flooding conditions existed in the upper part of the Saint John River Basin, the Nashwaak Valley and the Miramichi River Basin where snow accumulations were the heaviest.
Details 1977-04-23 1977-04-28 0 Lower Saint John River Basin: The main stem of the Saint John River overflowed its banks in the Fredericton, Lincoln, Maugerville and Sheffield areas, inundating low-lying areas.
Details 1960-05-17 1960-05-18 0 Saint John River Basin: In the Saint John River Basin, high water halted ferry service at Gagetown and Burton.
Details 1972-05-06 1972-05-11 0 Fredericton Area: In the City of Fredericton, Campbell Street, between Westmorland and Northumberland, was closed due to high water.
Details 1983-04-25 1983-04-30 0 For the second time in two weeks, the Saint John River in the vicinity of Fredericton overflowed its banks.
Details 1923-04-29 1923-05-09 $10,000,000.00 2 This flood was significant in all parts of the Province.
Details 1942-05-06 1942-05-08 0 Restigouche River Basin: In Restigouche County, numerous brooks along the I.
Details 1932-04-07 1932-04-11 0 Saint John River Basin: As a result of the spring thaw, several ice jams caused minor flooding throughout the Saint John River Basin.
Details 1933-05-04 1933-05-06 0 Saint John River Basin: Flood conditions on the Saint John River existed at Fort Kent, Edmundston, Hartland and Woodstock.
Details 1984-04-25 1984-06-06 0 Above average snow cover was reported to have existed late in March and early April.
Details 1939-05-10 1939-05-14 0 Saint John River Basin: In the Saint John River Basin, the highways were inundated, the trains were halted and the mills ceased operation due to the high water.
Details 1902-03-17 1902-03-23 $51,500.00 0 Saint John River Basin: This was reported to be one of the earliest spring breakups in history.
Details 1936-03-16 1936-03-25 $2,000,000.00 7 Upper and Middle Saint John River Basin: One of the most significant ice jams occurred at the C.