COVID-19 Update:

MVCA’s offices are open to the public. The wearing of masks by employees and visitors in MVCA buildings is optional except where two meter physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Please note that the Planning & Regulations department is receiving a higher than normal volume of planning applications and is working as quickly as possible to respond to them all.

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Kashwakamak Lake

Lake Reports

MVCA has long recognized the recreational and aesthetic value of lakes within the watershed and is committed to preserving and protecting water quality and fish habitat. Watershed Watch is an environmental monitoring and awareness program. The objectives of the program are to collect reliable environmental data to document current water quality conditions. This data is used as an essential educational tool to encourage residents to adopt sound stewardship practices aimed at maintaining water quality. Below are the most recent reports. Email to obtain older versions.