Residents living along the Lake Ontario shoreline in Brighton and Prince Edward County are getting some flood protection help from their respective municipalities.
Both Brighton and PEC are offering sandbags and other materials, to residents in high-risk areas of the shoreline, to help mitigate flooding on their properties.
In Brighton, residents who are at risk can pick up sandbags to protect low openings on the property, which could be affected by waves off the lake, at 67 Sharpe Road.
Meanwhile in the County, bags can be picked up and filled at 15 Coleman Street in Ameliasburgh, or 115 Lake Street in Picton, during normal working hours.
County staff say you can also pick up empty bags and fill them with your own materials at home.