District of Sicamous
Update, Monday, June 3, 11:55 AM
The Sicamous Landfill is back to regular operations following a fire on Saturday, June 1.
CSRD staff are at the landfill today to come up with a plan to manage the woodwaste at the site with a view to preventing future fires.
In an ongoing effort to clean up the increasing spread of non-compliant buoys in the Shuswap, staff from Transport Canada conducted an enforcement effort on Mara Lake on May 22 and 23.
The Sicamous Creek Falls Trailhead and park trail system are now open for public use following the conclusion of a Shuswap Search and Rescue recovery mission.
Shuswap Search and Rescue were called to the area Thursday to assist in locating and recovering the body of a man who died after a fall.
The CSRD expresses its sympathy to the family and friends of the victim.
We appreciate the work of the SAR volunteers in difficult terrain and under such challenging circumstances. As well, we wish to thank the public for respecting the temporary park closure.
A project to enhance the knowledge of Secwépemc landmarks and culture in the Shuswap is receiving $100,000 from the BC Rural Dividend Program.
This bylaw authorizes the Board to borrow $1,980,000 and spend the money on designated capital projects.
This bylaw sets the direction of NOCSRHD finances for the five-year period 2019 to 2023.
This bylaw sets out authority to finance capital expenditures for the NOCSRHD totaling $3,965,700.