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Sprinkling Regulations

Due to the high consumption of water coupled with the upcoming summer months, the Village of Lumby water users are reminded that water-sprinkling regulations are as follows:

All users are asked to use the minimum amount of water required to keep foliage healthy following these guidelines. The use of water for sprinkling purposes for residential customers using manual sprinklers with even numbered houses is restricted to even numbered days and with odd numbered houses is restricted to odd numbered days between 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 pm. Except that no sprinkling can occur on the 31st day of any month. Residents using Underground automatic irrigation system can water to a maximum of 3 non-consecutive days per week between 12:00 midnight and 5:00 a.m. Hand watering with a hose with a shutoff device or water container may be used at anytime for the watering of flowerbeds, baskets and containers.

Water Supply and Filtration

The new plant is in operation, for more information please download the Village of Lumby Water Wise publication

Lumby-Weyerhaeuser Salmon Trails

The Lumby-Weyerhaeuser Salmon Trails were officially opened on June 10, 2005, with the participation of the Okanagan First Nations, represented by the Okanagan Indian Band. Pamphlets and Trail Passports can be picked at the Lumby & District Chamber of Commerce / Visitor Centre.

The Village of Lumby, working with the Lumby & District Chamber of Commerce have prepared trail guides - available at the Lumby Municipal Office and the Visitor Centre.  Please check www.monasheetourism.com for current information.

It is our desire to extend the trail in the future, as it not only protects the riparian area along the creeks, it’s a great asset to the community for our residents and tourists to exercise and enjoy the local flora and fauna.

http://www.embc.gov.bc.ca/ofc/public-ed/pdf/hallowis14.pdf

1775 Glencaird Street
PO Box 430
Lumby, BC V0E 2G0
250.547.2171

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