The Water Security Agency is keeping a close eye on three First Nations in central Saskatchewan.

This includes the Red Earth, One Arrow and James Smith reserves.

Spokesman Patrick Boyle says they are all on the agency’s emergency flood reduction plan:

“We’re also helping out with on-the-ground supervision, surveying and berms to protect homes.  Those are the three situations we’re working with now.”

He says the road to Red Earth is one area that will need to be watched closely.

A clerk at the One Arrow First Nation says some driveways there are already flooded, but are being pumped out.

Meantime, a clerk at the James Smith band office says they haven’t noticed any significant flooding there yet.