River breakup had been declared.
The RMWB says this means ice jams along the Athabasca and Clearwater rivers no longer create a flood risk.
As of 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, remaining ice in the Athabasca is now downstream of the entrance to Clearwater River.
River breakup season began on April 7 and lasted longer than past years because of the cooler weather keeping the jam in place.
The municipality is advising residents to avoid river banks and shorelines as they remain a danger.
You can prepare yourself and your family by building a 72-hour kit and emergency plan for your home.
For more information head to the RMWB’s website.