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Public Hearing March 6, 2018: Zoning Amendment (DLC) Bylaw 1043, 2018 (P2017-013)

Posted on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 06:00 AM

Council has been asked to consider District-initiated Zoning Amendment (DLC) Bylaw 1043, 2018 (P2017-013), which would improve ease of implementation and regulation understanding.


Zoning Bylaw 561, 2017 would be amended by:

 1.1 Adding the following definition to Section 3.3 in alphabetical order: 

AIR CONDITIONER AND/OR HEATING PUMP UNITS - Means mechanical cooling, heating and other similar equipment.

1.2    Deleting Section 7.4.2 in its entirety and replacing it with...

Lake Country launches new citizen-focused website

Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 02:30 PM

 News Release


Water Quality Advisories status at January 29, 2018

Posted on Monday, January 29, 2018 01:00 PM

Water Quality Advisories currently in effect: 

Oyama Lake
Status: Water Quality Advisory still in effect from February 8, 2013
Notice to Residents March 19, 2013:  Change of water source


Kalamalka Lake
Status: No Advisory


Beaver Lake
Status: Water Quality Advisory still in effect from July 30, 2015 

Boil Water Notice Downgraded to Water Quality Advisory

View the map to see the water mains included in the Beaver (Swalwell) Lake source.



Development notification signs updated

Lake Country wins national public engagement award

Posted on Friday, January 12, 2018 08:15 AM

 News Release

Lake Country, BC – Signs, signs, everywhere a sign. . . The District of Lake Country has recently won a national public engagement award for improving the development notification signage in the community.

Inspired by a 2010 TED Talk by Toronto based social entrepreneur Dave Meslin, the Dazzling Notice Awards program was created to recognize excellence in government outreach. The award panel notes that “citizen engagement is an important part of inclusive decision making. Residents...

Jack Seaton Park in winter

Give your Christmas Tree a new life after the holidays

Posted on Monday, January 08, 2018 08:15 AM

You are welcome to drop off your bare Christmas tree in the parking lot at Jack Seaton Park (1950 Camp Rd) for recycling so it can be chipped and used in trails and landscaping.  Please remember to remove all decorations and tinsel.  

The park gate is open between 6am and 11pm for you to drop off your tree until January 31.