WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – FLOOD OUTLOOK St. Thomas – Kettle Creek Conservation Authority (KCCA) is warning residents of potential high water in the Kettle Creek watershed this evening. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of significant rainfall in the local area today into Friday. Rainfall ranging from 30 – 45 mm is […]
The City of St. Thomas is currently undertaking a Schedule ‘C’ Environmental Assessment to determine the feasibility of removing or replacing the Dalewood Drive Bridge due to its current condition and spatial configuration. The intent of this study is to identify the need and justification for any improvements, and to balance the needs of […]
Media release For immediate release St. Thomas – The Elgin County Shoreline Management Plan will be presented for the consideration of the board of directors of four Elgin County conservation authorities over the coming month. The Elgin County Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) was developed over the past year in cooperation with a Steering Committee and […]
2015 represents 50 years of working toward community driven environmental solutions! Join us as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary on September 12th, at the Princess Avenue Playhouse. Tickets can be purchased at the KCCA office on Ferguson line.
NEWMARKET – Conservation Authorities are pleased to participate in the discussion and review of the Conservation Authorities Act as announced by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. “The role of Conservation Authorities around Ontario’s natural resources has changed significantly over the years in response to increasing challenges to our water and land resources,” said Kim Gavine, […]