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Stage 2 Water Restrictions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  STAGE 3 WATER CONSERVATION UPDATE LARKIN WATER DISTRICT Thursday, July 1, 2021 11:00 am Spallumcheen, BC For Immediate Release – July 1, 2021 The Larkin Water District Reservoir capacity is improving. Stage 3 Water Restrictions have been lifted, however, in order ensure we sustain drinking water supply the Township of Spallumcheen has enacted Stage 2 Water Restrictions effective immediately. As per the Township of Spallumcheen Water...

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Graded Aggregate Seal Coat Program

The Township of Spallumcheen operates a chip seal program approximately every five years with the objective to decrease the number of gravel roads within the Township, as well as to maintain and improve the conditions of existing chip sealed roads.  This project will apply graded aggregate seal coat (chip seal) to approximately 32 km of roadway within the Township boundary. All previously sealed roads will require a single seal coat. The remainder of existing gravel roads, which have never...

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Road Closure-L&A Cross Road

PUBLIC NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE L&A CROSS ROAD Please be advised that L&A Cross Road will be closed to all traffic, including residents and businesses accessing or departing L&A Cross Road via Highway 97, on Thursday April 29, 2021 from 7:00am to 7:00pm.   All local traffic will be required to travel North to access L&A Cross Road from Highway 97.  This closure is to enable construction of a new railway crossing. The Township of Spallumcheen apologizes...

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North Okanagan Wastewater Recovery Project

Historically, septic systems have been used to treat residential, commercial, and industrial wastewater in the Swan Lake Corridor. Research has shown that many of these systems are now leaching contaminants into Swan Lake, thereby impacting surface and groundwater quality, bird habitat, and recreational use of the corridor.

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