RVs Moving to Centralized Location
Prince George, B.C. – In a bid to make service delivery more efficient, about 40 RVs owned by wildfire evacuees will be on the move today.
The City of Prince George says the RV owners currently parked at the Northern Sport Centre, the College of New Caledonia and CN Centre will be moved to the parking lot between the Aquatic Centre and the Exhibition Park soccer fields along George Paul Lane.
“Consolidating the RVs in one location will better enable the City to provide services to the evacuees,” says the City.
It’s estimated that close to 1,000 of the evacuees in Prince George are in RVs – the majority of which are in campgrounds and other locations around the city.
Meanwhile the total number of evacuees fleeing wildfires in the Cariboo is estimated at just over 9,300 in Prince George – 7,559 adults and 1,748 children.