Current Properties for Sale
Welcome to Okanagan living in the Cariboo!
Just moments away from biking and hiking trails, the Coyote Rock Golf Course, and downtown Williams Lake, you have access to the perfect combination of convenience and nature. The natural beauty and tranquility of the Cariboo awaits. 28 lots, stunning lake and valley views, infinite possibilities. Home is in the Cariboo.
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Access to safe and reliable drinking water is essential for good health. The FNHA Drinking Water Safety Program undertakes activities related to drinking water safety in First Nations communities and work closely with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada on drinking water related priorities. For instance, Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) review and interpret bacteriological, chemical, physical and radiological drinking water quality results according to the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality.
The FNHA Drinking Water Safety Program works in partnership with First Nations communities to support access to safe and reliable drinking water from their community water systems through monitoring, surveillance, public health education and building community capacity.
Consistent routine water sampling is an important component of a safe drinking water plan. Safe drinking water is a key concern when protecting public health and preventing disease outbreaks. Regular in-community sampling also solidifies confidence in the drinking water among consumers and can provide valuable training and experience for Community Based Water Monitors (CBWMs).
WLFN participates in the Drinking Water Safety Program (DWSP). This program provides funding for Community Based Drinking Water Monitors (CWBMs) to assist with monitoring microbiological quality of drinking water within the community. Water quality testing for WLFN’s community water systems (CWS) is conducted by Chief Water Operator Tommy Wycotte.
- WLFN Water Results Dec 2020
- WLFN Water Results Oct 2020
- WLFN Water Results Aug 2020
- WLFN Water Results July 2020
Recyling and Waste Management Program
Williams Lake First Nation is introducing a new recycling and waste management program effective March 2021. After delivery of your recycling and garbage bins, curbside pickup will take place on Fridays, recurring weekly except for statutory holidays. Please have your bins located curbside for pickup before 8:30 AM.