The Columbia Shuswap Regional District operates a number of community water systems and firehall/park water systems within the Regional District. The CSRD strives to ensure a reliable source of safe, high-quality drinking water is provided to residents within the CSRD water systems.
To find out about any current water advisories, please click the button below.
To find out what is happening with your individual water system, click on your community's name below.
If you would like to receive any updates to your water system, please email email@example.com.
To check the status of any of these Fire Hall or Park systems, please check the table below.
|Fire Hall and Park Water Systems|
|Swansea Point||This water system consists of a deep well supply with no treatment at the present time, this system serves both the Swansea Point Fire Hall and community hall.|
|Malakwa||This water system is located in Malakwa and serves both the Malakwa Fire Hall and the Malakwa Community Hall. The water supply is a deep well and the system has no treatment at present.|
|Silver Creek||This water system is located in Silver Creek just off Salmon River Road and serves both the Silver Creek Fire Hall and the Silver Creek Community Park. This water system consists of a deep well supply and at the present time this system has no treatment.|
This water system is located in Scotch Creek just off of the Squilax-Anglemont Road. This system is supplied by a deep well and serves both the Scotch Creek/Lee Creek Fire Hall and the Scotch Creek Community Hall, and at the present time this system has no treatment.
|White Lake||This water system is located on the shore of White Lake and serves both the White Lake Fire Hall and White Lake Community Hall. The system is supplied by the water intake from White Lake and presently includes filtration, ultraviolet and chlorine treatment.|
|Yard Creek Campground||The Yard Creek Campground is comprised of 65 RV and tent sites located within Yard Creek Provincial Park on Yard Creek Loop Road approximately 15 km east of Sicamous. The system draws water from a deep well and there is no treatment at the present time.|
|Hydrant Information and Mapping|
|View an interactive map of fire hydrants, fire halls, and water systems in the CSRD. Using this map you can generate hydrant inspection reports for individual hydrants and entire systems. You can also submit issues about hydrants.||Link|