Electoral Area C

Area: 601 km²

Census Population: Stats Can 2016 - 7,921

Local Municipalities: City of Salmon Arm

Electoral Area C is known as the South Shuswap and includes unincorporated communities of Sunnybrae, Tappen, White Lake, Blind Bay, Sorrento, Eagle Bay and Notch Hill.

The area offers a wide range of recreational activities including boating, fishing and swimming in Shuswap Lake and hiking on its numerous trails.

The area is located along the Trans Canada Highway west of Salmon Arm and east of Kamloops.

The area includes large residential areas as well as rich farmland (both specialty hobby and traditional farms).

Local Services

CSRD Elected Representative

Upcoming Meetings

Past Meetings

Date Title Notice Agenda Minutes Other Documents
Jun 23, 2022 Shuswap Tourism Comittee
Jun 16, 2022 Regular Board Meeting
Jun 15, 2022 CANCELLED - Municipal Directors Meeting
Jun 8, 2022 Shuswap Watershed Council Download Download
May 31, 2022 Electoral Area Directors Committee




Parks & Trails

Balmoral Trail Head

Balmoral Trail Head is the southern access to the Blind Bay-White Lake recreational trail system.  There is ample parking for 10-15 vehicles and a vault toilet and garbage receptacle for public convenience. Superb hiking and mountain biking...

Blind Bay Beaches

* June 21, 2022 - Please note that due to high water, Sandy Beach is temporarily closed until further notice.

Blind Bay Beaches (also known as Pebble Beach and Sandy Beach) are two of the...

Caen Road Park

Caen Road Park is a grassy park located in Sorrento.  Used as a day-use park and swimming area, Caen Road Park is a beautiful destination for relaxing and having picnics. Visitors enjoy a grassy area, picnic tables, washroom, benches, and a...

Cedar Heights Park

Cedar Heights Park was first developed by the Cedar Heights Community Association and was transferred to the CSRD in 2007. It is 1.6 acres in size, and includes a children's playground equipped with a sun shade, swings, minor ball diamond and a...

Gail Road Waterfront Park

Gail Road Waterfront Park is a lake access in the Eagle Bay area. It provides picnic tables, garbage and recycling receptacles, a vault toilet and parking for three vehicles. It was constructed in 2014, with an emphasis on maintaining the native...