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July, 2021 Archives

District of Logan Lake Evacuation ALERT Update

Jul 31 2021

The Evacuation ALERT for the District of Logan Lake remains in effect as of July 31, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.

Some Additional Important Information:

Evacuation Alert for the District of Logan Lake

Jul 30 2021

The District of Logan Lake is issuing and Evacuation Alert further to recommendations by Emergency Management BC (EMBC)

Notice - Update Water Restrictions 2021

Jul 29 2021

Due to the announcement by the Province of the drought conditions within the Thompson Okanagan and the declaration of Drought Level 4 within the Nicola watershed .............

Expression of Interest - 50th Anniversary Committee Member

Jul 29 2021

The District of Logan Lake is now calling for expression of interest from members of the Community wishing to sit on the District's 50th Anniversary Committee.

Public Notice - Council Meetings

Jul 20 2021

District of Logan Lake Council Meetings will resume in Council Chambers..........

Public Notice - Closure of All Trails/Forestry Access & Campfire/Burning Ban

Jul 20 2021

Public Notice from the District of Logan Lake regarding the Closure of All Trails, Forestry Access & Campfire and Open Burning Ban!

Community Garage Sale Map & List

Jul 13 2021

Logan Lake Community Garage Sale - July 17th, 2021 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Recreational Trails Open

Jul 9 2021

Effective July 9, 2021 All Recreation Trails & All Forestry Use are OPEN until further notice.

Public Notice - Wildfire

Jul 2 2021

The District of Logan Lake wants to provide an update to the community regarding the current wildfire situation......

Public Notice - All Trails Closed & No Campfires or Open Burning

Jul 2 2021

Effective July 2, 2021 All Recreational Trails & All Forestry Use are Closed until Further Notice............