Indian Rock Road: Road closed, barricade in place.
The Naramata Fire Department was on scene Friday, and seven people have registered at the reception centre at the RDOS office in Penticton.
Chute Lake Road: Road closed, barricades in place.
McKinney Rd and Road 9 have areas of localized flooding.
UPDATE: 12:05 p.m. City hall says about 2,500 homes are affected by the water-quality advisory in effect for neighbourhoods on the east end of Penticton.
The advisory is in effect for the Naramata Road, Valleyview Road, Uplands, Lower Columbia and Wiltse areas.
The voluntary evacuation order is still in place for the eight properties in Indian Rock, according to Cameron Baughen, information officer for the Emergency Operations Centre, housed at the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen office on Martin Street.
Chute Creek has swollen its banks, causing water damage to one home close to Okanagan Lake.
The band, which brings railway history to life, performed at the Village by the Station on Hastings Avenue.

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