A burst water pipe caused major flooding in the Martensville City Hall building over the weekend.
The building’s security system went off around 8 p.m. Saturday.
Managers arrived to find water throughout the main floor of the building.
Water and power to the building were shut off as a safety precaution.
Video posted by the Clark’s Crossing Gazette showed the water pouring out of the front of the building after the doors were opened.
In a media release, a city spokesperson said they were assessing damage to files and the computer systems and expected some city services to be affected.
City staff were to work out of a temporary location at a former grocery store located north of the building.
A disaster management company was on-site Sunday. Residents were told they could expect to see temporary storage containers out front of City Hall during the cleanup effort.