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Living in Logan Lake, British Columbia

Logan Lake residents enjoy one of the finest lifestyles in Canada. Rich community culture, vibrant businesses and a well-managed municipality provide opportunities for families and individuals to thrive.

Logan Lake is famous for its warm, welcoming atmosphere. Residents are proud of their community and work together to make Logan Lake a safe, healthy place to live and work.

Logan Lake is a Community Rich with New Developments and Exciting Outdoor Entertainment

Residents Information

Living in Logan Lake

Logan Lake's moderate climate, clean living, recreational opportunities and low cost of living are well suited for seniors and young working families.  Our newest residential development, Ironstone Ridge, consists of 110 lots backing on to gorgeous crownland with 10 stylish home plans to choose from. Our community offers a safe and peaceful environment that includes the following amenities: an elementary school, secondary school, library, health centre, seniors centre, policing and emergency services, shopping, banking and postal service, auto service, restaurants, lodging, camping and recreational facilities, parks, trails, golf courses, lakes and a new 'state-of-the-art' Bike Skills Park for our youth.

Business services meet resident's needs and include: financial, legal, realty, pharmaceutical, dental, grocery, household, automotive, accommodation, construction, entertainment and numerous home based businesses.

Health and emergency services include a health centre, fire department, R.C.M.P. detachment and ambulance service. Residents requiring more advanced medical services travel to nearby Kamloops with its tertiary care facility and full specialist support.

Municipal infrastructure is ready for growth with sewer and water systems that are capable of serving almost double the current population. Our water has been voted one of the best in Canada.

District News

Keep up to date with what is happening within our community.  To find the latest information regarding District notices, announcements and alerts, please click here.

Community News

Proclamations:

Literacy Month September 2016

Public Works Week- TBA in 2017

National Missing Children's Month- TBA in 2017

Missing Children's Day- TBA in 2017

Awards & Recognition

Annie Logan & Gabriel Logan Scholarship Awards 2016

The Winner of the 2016 Annie Logan Scholarship Award is Katie Watson. The Winner of the 2016 Gabriel Logan Award is Hannah Munro. Congratulations to both students.

Community Achievement Certificates

Mayor and Council has recognized the Highland Valley Outdoor Association for their dedication and work in the community. The HVOA operates and maintains the ski/snowshoe/hiking/cycling trails on the north side of town, maintains the Rifle Range and the Spawning Channel and assists with the work being done on Logan Lake as well as many other projects. Congratulations HVOA you are doing a fabulous job!

The Mayor and Council has recognized the Logan Lake ATV Club as Community Achievers for the work they did on the lake to prepare for the Logan Lake Pond Hockey Classic tournament, for the Polar Carnival and for clearing a lane on the lake for skating. Congratulations to all of you for your hard work and dedication! 

Volunteer Citizen and Youth Citizen of the Year

Nomination Forms will be available in the community for Citizen of the Year and Youth Citizen of the Year in May 2017.

Please click on the appropriate Youth Citizen or Adult Citizen in early May of 2017 to download a form, or you may pick one up at the District office during the same in May between 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday (except holidays).  Please note deadline for nominations TBA.

The 2016 Volunteer Citizens of the Year are: 

Lorraine Griffiths as Citizen and Katie Watson as Youth Citizen

Congratulations to both residents!

Education/School District Information

Find detailed information on school calendars, course work, parent and student resources, contact information and more.

Volunteer Organizations

The community of Logan Lake is home to an ever-growing and dedicated group of volunteers. From event support to aiding with trail maintenance, our residents understand the positive impacts of giving back and the role they play in shaping our community.

Outdoor Activities

Explore hundreds of kilometers and countless trails on foot, bike, skiis or off-road vehicle, sink a putt or basket at one of our two extraordinary golf and disc-golf courses, catch a fish while watching the sun rise over one of our crystal clear lakes, relish in the tranquility of birding from a scenic park bench, attend one of many spirited community festivals, or relax with friends and family as you chat about the day’s adventures around a crackling campsite fire.  Did you know that Logan Lake is also part of a large geocaching network organized in Gold Country?

Visitors to Logan Lake will find a wealth of recreation activities both in and around town for all ages and interests.