The assistance is available to home owners, tenants, small-business owners, farmers, charitable organizations and local-government bodies who were unable to obtain insurance to cover disaster-related losses.
The assistance would cover each accepted claim at 80 per cent of the amount of total eligible damage that exceeds $1,000, to a maximum claim of $300,000.
Applications must be submitted to Emergency Management BC by September 29.
The City of Kamloops rescinded a state of local emergency and evacuation order at 6 p.m. PT on Wednesday, following flash flooding in the Westsyde neighbourhood a day earlier.
The order has also been lifted for people who live at the Oakdale Mobile Home Park.