Conservation areas are natural lands owned by Otonabee Conservation that offer watershed residents and visitors to the region opportunities to explore and enjoy the outdoors. Camping, spelunking, hiking, fishing, swimming and canoeing top the list of favourite activities to be enjoyed. Read More
Apply for a Permit
What is Ontario Regulation 167/06? Please be advised: Plan Review and Permitting Services staff will not be available for consultations… Read More
Millbrook Dam Reconstruction -UPDATE
Otonabee Conservation has embarked upon a major capital project with the reconstruction of the Millbrook Dam. The Board of Directors of… Read More
Protecting drinking water sources
Source water is the water from lakes, rivers and underground aquifers that all Ontarians rely on for drinking water from… Read More
2018 Watershed Report Card
Today is World Water Day and Otonabee Conservation has released the 2018 Watershed Report Card for our local area. Otonabee… Read More
Otonabee Conservation is accepting applications for the position of Engineering Technologist.
Here is the latest update on construction activity at the Millbrook Dam.
Fees for permits and plan review increased on January 1, 2018. Payment of fees for Permits and other services can now be made by credit card at the administrative office of Otonabee Conservation.
Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario is conducting a survey of residents who have a well on their property (residents whose source of drinking water is groundwater). If you are interested in learning more about this project and the survey, please click here.
Trees add to History and Habitat at Lang Pioneer Village
Otonabee Conservation, in partnership with Tree Canada, Siemens Canada Limited and the County of Peterborough… Read More
New Agreement with Peterborough Trailbuilders Association
Otonabee Conservation has entered into a new agreement with the Peterborough Trailbuilders Association (PTA) which… Read More
International Trails Day Events, June 2-3
Otonabee Conservation and its community partners are pleased to announce the 7th Annual International Trails… Read More
Free Admission to Selwyn Beach Conservation Area
Otonabee Conservation has removed the visitor entrance fee for the Selwyn Beach Conservation Area. Effective… Read More