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You Asked – How will Lake Country’s growing population hit me in the pocketbook?

Posted on Monday, December 19, 2022 02:47 PM

As 2023 budget deliberations approach, the District will be publishing a series of “You Asked” articles to better explain key challenges our growing community faces. 

It’s no secret thatLake Country’s populationhas been progressively climbing. Between the two most recent census years (2021 and 2016), the population increased by 22.4% from 12,922 to 15,817 (source:2021 Census Statistics Canada).  

Consumer Price Index also known as CPI, is used to measure the average cost change over time in the...

District of Lake Country holiday schedule

Posted on Thursday, December 15, 2022 04:31 PM

Municipal Hall will be CLOSED for the Christmas holiday period Monday, December 26, 2022 through Monday, January 2, 2023. 

Essential services such as police, fire, water, wastewater treatment and snow removal will remain in operation.

Roads Snow Removal: 250.766.5664                       

All Other Roads Emergencies: 250.317.9780                       

Water or Sewer Emergencies: pager 250.317.3250

Toreport a non-emergency issue, please access our Request for Service/Report a Problem webform so we...

New Service Request System Launched

Posted on Tuesday, December 13, 2022 10:13 AM

December 13, 2022 – Lake Country

The District of Lake Country has launched a new online service request system, part of an organization-wide technological upgrade.

The new system streamlines processes to allow users to quickly and easily submit non-emergency requests for roads and utilities services and bylaw enforcement.

To use this service, you just need to provide the address or location for the requested service, your name and a contact phone number and email so we can follow up if required....

Regular Council Meeting Highlights - December 6th, 2022

Posted on Friday, December 09, 2022 12:13 PM


  • Dr. Sharon McCoubrey, President and Petrina McNeill, Executive Director of the Lake Country Art Gallerypresentedto Council and requested funding in 2023 and 2024, to assist with lease fee increases and staff employee wages and development.
  • Tracey Arseneault, President of the Lake Country Museum provided Council with an annual update.  

Public Comment:

  • Robyn McAuley voiced her concerns to Council regarding the safety of Beaver Lake Road.  

Pioneer Park Provincial Lease Renewal:


Dog pilot projects return to Lake Country

Posted on Wednesday, December 07, 2022 04:27 PM

Dog owners have another seasonal chance to visit two regional parks in the District of Lake Country that normally don’t allow dogs.


Now through the end of March, the Regional District is doing pilot projects in Kopje Regional Park and Kaloya Regional Park.


Until March 31, dogs are allowed off-leash in Kopje, and on-leash on trails within Kaloya. Dogs are not allowed on the beach or playground areas of either park.  The projects provide more dog-friendly access options during the...