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Feature

FAQs during the Coronavirus pandemic

Updated July 16, 2021 In the ever-changing and evolving times of the Coronavirus pandemic, we want to offer some answers… Read More

Camping and Outdoor Recreation

Reserve a campsite online! Connect with lots of resources to plan your trip to our Conservation Areas and reserve your… Read More

Your Watershed News

Your Watershed News is a regular e-newsletter with updates for events, volunteer opportunities, news items, conservation tips, recreational opportunities, and… Read More

Of Interest

YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE!

Attention Parents! Does your youth enjoy photography? Do they enjoy nature? Are they eager to exercise their skills while learning… Read More

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

We want to hear from you! How did you enjoy your visit - let us know! We value your feedback… Read More

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY?

Please be advised that as part of our COVID-19 response, we are accepting permit applications digitally.Please carefully read below, our… Read More

PRECIPITATION & WATER LEVELS DATA

Precipitation and water level data is collected from monitoring stations strategically located across the watershed.  This information is used in… Read More

Events

Board Meeting | August 19, 2021

The Otonabee Conservation Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, August 19, 2021 for its… Read More

News

Water Safety | July 22, 2021

Message #2021-10 Issued: 4:00 p.m., Thursday July 22, 2021 Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety… Read More

Flood Watch | July 8, 2021

THIS FLOOD MESSAGE IS NO LONGER ACTIVE Message # 2021-09Issued: 2:00 p.m., Thursday July 8, 2021… Read More

Virtual Bondar Challenge 2021

Virtual Roberta Bondar Photography Challenge Summer Camp: Brought to you by Riverview Park & Zoo… Read More

Level 1 drought continues | July 7, 2021

Despite recent rainfall events, the Level 1 Low Water Condition continues in the Otonabee Region… Read More