Playground equipment at all Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) Parks will be open for use beginning Monday, June 8, 2020.
The level of Shuswap Lake on Monday, July 13 at 7:05 AM is 348.670m.
Yesterday's level of Shuswap Lake on Sunday, July 12 at 7:05 AM was 348.721m.
The lake level has decreased 0.051m in the last 24-hour reporting period.
This lake level is being posted each morning.
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As a first step in the Columbia Shuswap Regional District's (CSRD) plans to restore public access, a limited number of citizens will be able to attend essential meetings with provisions to ensure all physical distancing requirements are met.
It's a win for the City of Salmon Arm, the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) and, ultimately, the taxpayers.
At the Regular Board Meeting held Thursday, May 21, CSRD Directors voted unanimously to waive tipping fees for the City of Salmon Arm to dispose of clean fill from the Ross Street Underpass construction project.
Waiving the tipping fees will result in a cost savings of over $500,000 for the City of Salmon Arm.
While the majority of CSRD parks, trails, beaches and boat launches have remained open for residents to use during the COVID-19 pandemic, some adjustments to operations are being made in advance of the May long weekend.
Playgrounds at all CSRD parks will remain closed until further notice, however, vault toilets at all sites are now open for use.
Right now, the best vacation is a staycation.
While it may be tempting to take a trip to the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) this Victoria Day long weekend, the CSRD wishes to reiterate that everyone should avoid non-essential travel.
Spring is in full swing and so is maintenance work on CSRD trails.
A number of CSRD trails have been cleared of all blown-down trees and raked free of debris, making it easier for them to be used. As always, users are asked to stick to marked trails and follow directional signage.