|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.
MONITORING WATER QUALITY AND QUANTITY
Trustees have been monitoring lake and river levels throughout the spring freshet, and will continue to sample water quality from beaches through the summer. The Canadian Recreational Water Quality guidelines recommends that E.coli should be less than 200 per 100 ml of water. E coli levels (analyzed by IHA) have continued at acceptably low levels throughout the summer.
NEXT REGULAR BOARD MEETING November 4th 2019
7:30 PM at Wasa Community Hall
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.
GREAT CANADIAN SHORELINE CLEANUP SEPT 22 2019
Thank you to everyone who attended the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup at Wasa Lake on Sunday, September 22. There was a record turnout! Although the usual trash can still be found on the shoreline every year, generally we are finding that after 4 years of annual cleanup, the amount is declining. The most common items found are food wrappers, cigarette butts, and plastic bits. We are, however, finding an increase of Styrofoam fragments that are breaking off of aging docks and washing up on shore. If you are a dock-owner, please inspect your dock and repair or replace it if it is deteriorating.
We would like to acknowledge the support of BC Parks for providing after-cleanup pizza for all the participants. All in all, it was a great sunny afternoon for a walk on the beach!
This event is one of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup activities across the nation and is registered at www.shorelinecleanup.ca All cleanup data will be submitted to the national website in order to track trends across Canada.
Tax notices arrived in mailboxes the second week of June. 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 your 4 digit invoice number. HOW TO COMPLETE AN INTERAC ETRANSFER
Check out the brand new website for Wasa Volunteer Fire Prevention and Suppression
Community Wildfire Assessment Report
FireSmart Homeowner's Manual
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.