Electoral Area A
A bylaw to regulate the management, maintenance, improvement, operation, development, control and use of Columbia Shuswap Regional District parks within Electoral Areas A, B, C, D, E and F.
A bylaw to regulate and require the provision of services in respect of subdivision within the Columbia Shuswap Regional District.
This consolidated bylaw is not intended to be used for legal purposes.
The term “consolidated bylaw” simply means that the document represents the bylaw in its most recently amended form. The consolidated bylaw consists of the original, or base, bylaw and current amendments which have been made to the base bylaw.
A bylaw to require that waste and recyclables be disposed of at authorized facilities only.
Parson Community Recreation Park is a year-round recreation park. In summer, visitors play tennis, baseball, beach volleyball, and basketball. In the summer of 2016, a playground was constructed equipped with spinners, swings, a slide, and musical instruments for the children’s enjoyment.
Moonraker Trails are located on the west bench of the Columbia River across from the Town of Golden, the recreational trails span over 50 km perfect for mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian use. Recent improvements have been made in partnership with the Golden Cycling Club and the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
Cedar Lake Recreation Site is close by if you are interested in camping or going to the beach.
Tom Kelley Memorial Park is a place for the whole family. The imaginative play structure and swings made from tree trunks and roots are one-of-a-kind, climb-on artful play structures. The slide, net, fireman’s pole and climbing rings are installed in a whimsical wooden structure that prompts imaginative play. Sheltered by a state-of-the-art sun shade, this is the perfect place to play in the sun, rain or snow.
Cedar Lake Recreation Site is located on a forested bench above the Columbia River, near Golden, in Kicking Horse Country. The campground and day-use areas are set within the larger Moonraker Recreation Area, a rugged forested mountain environment and home to Rocky Mountain wildlife.
Electoral Area A is the rural area surrounding the Town of Golden and includes unincorporated communities of Parson, Nicholson, Donald and Blaeberry as well as the Town of Field.
The area offers a wide range of recreational activities being located in the Glacier Mountains and along the Columbia River including fishing, skiing and hiking.
The area spans the Rogers Pass and extends to the Alberta border near Lake Louise along the Trans Canada Highway.
The area adjoins the East Kootenay Regional District along Highway 95 just south of Spillimacheen.