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District News and Alerts

Opal Drive Construction

Aug 15 2017



Campfire Ban in Effect - Logan Lake

Aug 8 2017
Effective NOON July 7, 2017 all campfires are prohibited in the District of Logan Lake.  With the fire rating reaching extreme, this ban is in place to limit the risk to human-caused fire.  The ban will be in effect until further notice.

Off-Road Vehicles Restricted in Backcountry

Aug 4 2017

Effective Noon on Friday, August 4, 2017.

August 2017 Facts & Information Bulletin

Aug 4 2017

Please click on the documents below to view the August bulletin.

Access to Trails and Unpaved Pathways are OPEN

Jul 25 2017

Due to the hazard rating being reduced from extreme to high in Logan Lake the access trials and unpaved pathways are now open. 

Road Closure Notice

Jul 25 2017
Please be informed of a PLANNED TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE of
Chartrand Avenue on Sunday, August 6th, 2017 for our annual Logan Lake Day

Notice - Trails Closed

Jul 11 2017

All Trails and Pathways leading into the bush have been CLOSED.

Campfire Ban in Effect - Logan Lake

Jul 7 2017

Effective Noon, July 7,2017  all Campfires are prohibited in the District of Logan Lake.

Water Main Drilling at Hwy 97D

Jun 30 2017

Please be advised that contractors will be drilling below Hwy 97D starting July 4th.

Notice - Water Tie-in on Breccia Dr.

Jun 28 2017

A contractor for the District will be conducting a water main tie-in on Breccia Dr.