Spring Road Maintenance and the CSRD

Thursday, April 23, 2020

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District is not responsible for maintenance, street sweeping and pothole repairs on roads. 

If you have a concern or comment regarding these services, please contact the relevant municipality or Provincial service contractor. 

The City of Salmon Arm, the City of Revelstoke, the District of Sicamous and the Town of Golden are responsible for road upkeep within their municipal boundaries.

Within the Columbia Shuswap Regional District's (CSRD) Electoral Areas, all of the rural roads are the responsibility of the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

The Provincial contractors within the CSRD boundaries are:

Service Area 12  - Selkirk (Revelstoke - Golden region) -  This includes Electoral Areas A and B excluding the Trout Lake area (see more below). A portion of Electoral Area E is also included. The cut-off point between Service Areas 12 and 13 is east of Craigellachie and west of Three Valley Gap.

Emcon Services Inc.
1.888.353.3136
Website: emconservices.ca

Service Area Map (Excludes Trout Lake area)

Ministry Contact: Revelstoke Area Office – 1.250.837.8400

 

On November 1, 2018, the Trout Lake area was reorganized into the Ministry's Service Area 10 - Central Kootenay (Nelson - Creston) 

Yellowhead Road & Bridge (Kootenay) Ltd
1.888.352.0356
Website: yrb.ca/yrb-group/kootenay

Ministry contact: West Kootenay District Office - 250.354.6400

 

Service Area 13 - Okanagan-Shuswap -  This includes CSRD Electoral Areas C, D, the majority of Electoral Area E, and F. The cut-off point between Service Areas 12 and 13 is east of Craigellachie and west of Three Valley Gap.

AIM Roads Inc.
1.866.222.4204
Website: aim-roads.ca
Email: aimroads@acciona.ca

Service Area Map

Ministry Contact: Vernon Area office – 1.250.503.3664

 

Forest Service Roads are the jurisdiction Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development. Concerns regarding these roads can be directed to 1-800-663-7867, or emailed to servicebc@gov.bc.ca.

You can also report a non-emergency problem with a Provincial Highway at DriveBC.