|Wasa Lake Land Improvement District||
The Wasa Lake Land Improvement District is a local government organization dedicated to maintaining water quality and quantity of Wasa Lake. Wasa Lake is located in the south eastern corner of British Columbia.
Please contact Murray Lytle at email@example.com to discuss non-resident concerns.
The period of fluctuating water levels caused by the spring freshet has come and gone (thankfully!) with no significant flooding. 2020 Summary
Graphs from previous years are available in HYDROLOGY under the LIBRARY tab above.
Trustees are now turning their attention to sampling water quality of the lake for clarity, oxygen, and e-coli and those reports will be posted here as they become available. The most recent ecoli water sampling from Wasa Lake showed that all results were acceptable (below 5 ecoli/100 ml) except Cedar which has 110. Here is the link to Interior Health Authority water testing results.
NEXT REGULAR BOARD MEETING SEPTEMBER 21st at 7:00 PM
at WLLID Board Office at Wasa Community Hall
Meetings will follow recommended procedures for COVID. The public is welcome to attend all regular board meetings but if you wish to address the board, please consult the Meeting Procedures Bylaw for the proper protocol. Email the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Tax notices arrived in mailboxes in early June and were due July 15. You may pay by mail to Box 133 Wasa BC V0B 2K0 or online through Interac eTransfer. To avoid confusion, please email your security password to email@example.com or use the 4 digit number of your current invoice.
HOW TO COMPLETE AN INTERAC ETRANSFER
If you are experiencing financial hardship related to the COVID crisis, or for any other reason, please contact us to discuss your situation and arrange a solution.
If you wish to receive news regarding Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) meetings and events, email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be added to the Wasa email list. Aside from general information like news releases, monthly Board Meeting Highlights, updates on planning projects, program changes etc., you will receive emergency notifications and updates (such as flood and weather events, highway closures, and wildfires) and warnings about possible smoke from scheduled burns.
For the latest COVID 19 recommendations and news from the Government of British Columbia go here https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/emergency-preparedness-response-recovery/covid-19-provincial-support
As of 1 PM, Friday, July 24, Category 2 and 3 restrictions apply to public and private lands within the South-east Fire district.The following are prohibited: