Evacuation ALERT

1Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area | Evacuation Alert South of Highway 24 #2 Area Read More


2Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake | Evacuation Alert East of the Fraser River to South of Chimney Lake Read More


3Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 | Evacuation Alert - Anahim Lake and Nimpo Lake Area #4 Read More


Evacuation ORDER

Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 | Evacuation Order Kleena Kleene Area #4 Read More


Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area | Evacuation Order Tatla Lake Area Read More


Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order | Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko Area Expansion #1 Evacuation Order Read More


Many plants now labelled as “invasive” were originally introduced horticulturally. Assessing horticultural plants for invasive potential is not normally practiced before importing and introducing plants into new environments. In fact, up to 85% of 235 woody plant species introduced to the United States and used in landscaping have been identified as invasive to some extent.  As we work on managing the "Chaotic Exotics" that have already escaped cultivation in our area, we would ask that residents please plant responsibly and contact the CRD's Invasive Plant Management program for further information.


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