Posted on Monday, July 24, 2023 07:30 AM
Lake Country residents can purchase a tree at a reduced cost of $50.00 beginning Tuesday July 25th. The Lake Countree purchase program is supported by the District of Lake Country and is meant to encourage community members to increase and maintain the community urban forest canopy. 2023 is the second year for the program and by purchasing and planting a tree, you will be making a positive impact on the environment.
Trees can be purchased up until September 15th or until they are sold out....
Posted on Friday, July 21, 2023 02:47 PM
- Mr. Green presented to Council on concerns with permit applications and wait times.
- Ms. Kozub asked Council to assist in preserving the historical building located at 11570 Bottom Wood Lake Road.
- Ms. Cissell-Dana addressed Council regarding the safety issues on highway 97 at Crystal Waters Road and Rawsthorne Road.
Council approved a request to vary the shape of a dock from an L or T-shaped to an F shape, at 17030 Coral Beach Road.
Posted on Friday, July 21, 2023 11:20 AM
Lake Country urging residents and visitors to be prepared for hot weather July 21, 2023
The District of Lake Country is encouraging all residents, businesses, and visitors to take care of themselves as we experience higher temperatures over the next few days.
Environment Canada issued a Heat Warning for the Okanagan Valley and Environment Canada is forecasting daytime highs to range between 35 to 38 degrees Celsius with overnight lows expected to be 18 degrees Celsius.
Interior Health recommends...
Posted on Monday, July 10, 2023 10:48 AM
Have you noticed how busy the Woodsdale Road corridor has become? The volume of pedestrians and cyclists experiencing the Okanagan Rail Trail, Pelmewash Parkway, plus regular users of Beasley and Reiswig parks, increases every year. The Woodsdale neighbourhood continues to grow and develop at a fast pace, which only increases the volume of residents and visitors enjoying Lake Country’s outdoor amenities.
In a recent Lake Country community survey, roads, sidewalks, cycling loop, safe biking,...
Posted on Friday, July 07, 2023 04:23 PM
Effective Monday, July 10th, Stage 1 water restrictions are in place for all District of Lake Country water customers. With significantly less rain than normal this spring, and very dry conditions in the valley bottom, the District is implementing Stage 1 watering restrictions. The purpose of Stage 1 watering restrictions is largely to create awareness that conditions are dry, and we all need to do our part to conserve water. Please visit www.lakecountry.bc.ca/utilites to better understand the...