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July 2021

Step three of BC Restart for COVID-19 has commenced.

The Spallumcheen office is Open for Business and is adhering to the Province Wide Restrictions and Requirements as set out by the Public Heath Officer.

Masks are no longer mandatory, however are recommended for indoor spaces for individuals over 12 years of age who are not fully immunized. Full immunization occurs 2 weeks after your second dose.  If you are exhibiting any symptoms of illness, please remain home and do not enter public spaces. 

Phone: 250-546-3013
Email: mail@spallumcheentwp.bc.ca

July 2021

Water District Conversion

As of January 1, 2021, five more water districts have been transferred to the Township of Spallumcheen. Currently, the Township is working with our consultant and Interior Health to develop water quality monitoring plans for the water service areas (WSA). In addition, the Township is also ensuring necessary maintenance items are in place and developing Emergency Response Plans for all 9 WSAs. Township staff are also working to develop a work maintenance plan which would include unilateral flushing and development of full system mapping.   

Currently in the Larkin Service Area, residents are on Stage 2 Water restrictions. This means that residents serviced by the Larkin Water Service Area may only only water by hand. No use of sprinkler or irrigation systems to water lawns, gardens, trees or shrubs nor is washing of driveways, sidewalks, parking lots or exterior building surfaces allowed. 

Any residents that are serviced by Greater Vernon Water in the south of Spallumcheen are also on Stage 2 Water Restrictions.  To view details about Stage 2 restrictions in this area, please visit the Regional District of North Okanagan webpage. 


July 2021

Active Transportation Plan

On July 12, 2021 the Spallumcheen Active Transportation Network Plan was presented to the Committee of the Whole and was recommended for adoption. This is a living plan that will continue to grow and evolve along with the Township. The plan helps set goals related to active transportation including: 

  • Encouraging development of recreational trails
  • Enhancing walking and cycling routes to improve safety
  • Improving connections between activity areas and destinations
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality
  • Seeking funding to enhance active transportation
  • Strengthening/promoting sustainable tourism