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Appearing as a Delegation
The CSRD generally holds Board meetings on the third Thursday of each month. The public can request to appear before the Board as a Delegation to speak on a matter of interest.
Various items are prohibited from disposal at refuse disposal sites. Find out more about what's not allowed.
Docks & Buoys
On April 19, 2018, the CSRD adopted Ranchero/Deep Creek Zoning Bylaw Number 751, which includes Foreshore zones. These zones apply to Gardom Lake.
Emergencies are a fact of life. They occur in communities and cities around the world, and they have the potential to put your health, safety and security at risk.
Garbage & Recycling
All Solid Waste Refuse Disposal Sites (landfills and transfer stations) within the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) are operated by the CSRD.
Household hazardous waste is any waste from your home that contains corrosive, toxic, flammable or reactive ingredients. These products need to be properly and safely disposed of, rather than put directly into the landfill.
Local Parks & Trails
Explore CSRD's Parks and Trails using the Interactive Parks Map. Search or browse to find parks and trails of interest to see photos and view more information.
Property in the CSRD
This information is provided for general information and convenience only and is compiled from various sources.
Shuswap Tourism is a community-based destination management and marketing organization.
Tenders & Bids
This page is how you will access information about bidding opportunities with the CSRD by accessing Bonfire, the CSRD's procurement platform. All suppliers and contractors are now required to register for a Bonfire account to bid on CSRD contracts.
Explore the volunteer opportunities in the CSRD.
All CSRD operated water systems are subject to sprinkling restrictions.