The CSRD is inviting proposals from qualified consultants to review the existing CSRD Solid Waste Management Plan and assist Regional District staff with the development of an updated plan for the BC Ministry of Environment's approval.
Public Information Meeting - Thursday May 29, 2014 2:30 PM at the CSRD Boardroom
The Shuswap Emergency Program will be hosting a second informational meeting for residents within the Evacuation Order and Alert Areas providing residents an opportunity to discuss proposed work outlined in a Technical Assessment prepared by Kerr Wood Leidal.
The next Electoral Area F Parks Advisory Commission meeting will be held on Wednesday June 4, 2014 at 11:30 am at St. Ives Community Park.
Electoral Area 'B' Zoning Bylaw No. 851 is a follow up to the Electoral Area 'B' Official Community Plan
(OCP) Bylaw No 850. Bylaw No. 851 will provide land use regulations for the entirety of Electoral Area
'B', and will replace the existing Rural Revelstoke Land Use Bylaw No. 2200, which applies to only a
portion of Electoral Area 'B'.
The Bylaw will be presented on...
CSRD Community Parks and Recreation recently completed the replacement of the dock at the Windsor Road Boat Launch in Swansea Point (Area E).
For park information and location, view Windsor Road Boat Launch park page.
The CSRD has named the compost! The winning name is....Columbia Shuswap Kickin' Compost
After several weeks of careful scrutiny of the over 240 submissions, Chris Drysdale from Golden was chosen as the winner with the favourite name. Congratulations Chris, we hope you like your new Ipad!
The CSRD, at its May 15 Board meeting, approved the addition of 2 new waste diversion programs, as well as changed the fees for some existing materials.
As of June 2, mattresses will be recycled at CSRD Refuse Disposal Facilities.
As well, wood waste has now been separated into three categories:
- Wood Waste Chipped
- Wood Waste Clean
- Wood Waste...
Public Information Meeting - Tuesday May 20, 2014 2:00 PM at the CSRD Boardroom
The Shuswap Emergency Program will be hosting an informational meeting for residents of the McIntyre Creek area who have been affected by the recent debris flow event. Representatives from Emergency Management BC, the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, Westrek Geotechnical Services Ltd. and various...
CSRD Kicking Horse Playground Options - Requesting Kids Input
Our 2nd open house was held on April 28th to discuss playground options for the CSRD Community Park at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. While we had a good discussion, all attendees where adults, and the general consensus was that we should hear from some kids on which playground options they like.
Updated May 6, 2014
Shortly before noon April 23, 2014, a debris flow occurred at McIntyre Creek, over the Sunnybrae-Canoe Point Road, approximately 15km east of the Trans Canada Highway.
A provincial conference call was held yesterday comprising of representatives from the Ministry of Forest Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Ministry of Transportation and...