City of Salmon Arm
A bylaw to regulate the management, maintenance, improvement, operation, development, control and use of Columbia Shuswap Regional District parks within Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E and F.
A bylaw to regulate and require the provision of services in respect of subdivision within the Columbia Shuswap Regional District.
This consolidated bylaw is not intended to be used for legal purposes.
The term “consolidated bylaw” simply means that the document represents the bylaw in its most recently amended form. The consolidated bylaw consists of the original, or base, bylaw and current amendments which have been made to the base bylaw.
A bylaw to require that waste and recyclables be disposed of at authorized facilities only.
Salmon Arm is a city in the Shuswap Country of the Southern Interior of the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is on the shores of Shuswap Lake, where the Salmon River empties into the Salmon Arm reach of the Lake. It is a tourist town in the summer, with many beaches, as well as camping facilities and house boat rentals. Salmon Arm is home to the longest wooden wharf in North America. Salmon Arm became a city on May 15, 2005, its 100th birthday of incorporation. Directly north of the city, across Shuswap Lake, lies Mount Bastion.