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Who do we contact for emergency services?

If you have a Police, Fire or Medical Emergency please call 911. For more information on contacts for our local area, please click here.

When is garbage collection?

Garbage collection day will vary depending on where you live.  Please click here to see a list of collection days.

Where is the landfill Transfer Station?

The landfill Transfer Station is located 5.1 km south west of Logan Lake on Highway 97C, on route to Ashcroft.

What are the Transfer Station hours?

April 1 to September 3 (summer hours)
Monday . Closed
Tuesday to Sunday . 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

October 1 to March 31 (winter hours)
Sunday & Monday . Closed
Tuesday to Saturday . 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Please note that the landfill Transfer Station is operated by the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD) and tipping fees apply. Eco cards can be purchased at the Municipal Office, Highland Valley Foods and the Esso service station. The Transfer Station also accepts payment by Debit and/or Credit Card. All inquires pertaining to fees should be directed to the TNRD at 1.877.377.8673.

Where do we take recyclables?

Blue Bag  recyclables are collected on the same day as your garbage collection OR may be taken to the landfill Transfer Station located 5.1 kilometers south west of Logan Lake on Hwy 97C, on route to Ashcroft.

Of note, there are open receptacles for non Blue Bag cardboard recycling products, located just outside of the Public Works Yard at 79 Meadow Creek Road (6880 Hwy 97D).

Who do we contact for TV Service?

TV service is provided to every residence in Logan Lake and you may contact the TV Society at 250-320-6215  between the hours of 8am - 5 pm for any questions regarding TV channels, reception, etc.  You may also email at  Please visit the TV Society's website at 

Who is the Animal Control / Bylaw Enforcement Officer?

The Animal Control / Bylaw Enforcement Officer position is currently vacant. Please contact the Municipal Office at 250.523.6225. For more contact information please click here.

Do we have a dog pound?

Yes, we have a dog pound located at the Public Works Yard. For more information please contact the Municipal Office at 250.523.6225.

Do we have a local Veterinarian?

Yes, our local Veterinarian is Dr. Paul Molnar. You may contact him at 250.320.6844 at his home office, located at 9508 Hwy 97C, Mamit Lake Road or at the Merritt Veterinary Hospital at 250.378.2120.

Who do we contact for Wildlife Conservation?

You may contact the Conservation Officer R.A.P.P. at 1.877.952.7277.

What are the hours of the District office?

The District office is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, except holidays.  Closed between 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. for lunch, except for June 3 - July 2 when the office will remain open during lunch.

What payment options are available at the District office?

The District of Logan Lake accepts cash, cheque or debit payments.

What are the Recreation Centre hours?

The Recreation Centre is located at 31 Chartrand Avenue and open during the winter months from October to March. Please click here for a detailed schedule.

What are the Library hours?

The Library is located at 130 Chartrand Avenue and the hours are Tuesday 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm; Wednesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm;  and closed Sunday and Monday.  The Logan Lake Library is operated by the TNRD. Please direct any inquiries to 250.523.6745 or 1.877.377.8673.

What are the hours of the Logan Lake WHY?

The Logan Lake WHY is located at the North End of #1 Opal Drive (next to the Municipal Office), the hours will be posted below when they are determined:

Winter Hours (September to June)


Summer Hours (July & August)

Monday to Friday - 6:00 am to 4:00 pm


When are Watering Restrictions in Effect?

Watering Restrictions take effect annually from May 1st to September 30th.

  • Odd numbered addresses are permitted to water only on odd numbered days between 5 am - 9 am or 6 pm - 10 pm;
  • Even numbered addresses are permitted to water only on even numbered days between 5 am - 9 am or 6 pm - 10 pm;
  • Watering between 10 pm - 5 am is only permitted if automatic irrigation systems are used on a timer; and
  • Handwatering of plants using a hose with a spring-loaded shut-off nozzel is permitted at any time.