The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority continues to follow the guidance of the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit to monitor the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and respond appropriately. We continue to examine our business practices to find a balance between our social responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protecting our employees from potential exposure while continuing to deliver essential services.More
(North Bay, Ontario, April 1, 2020) With warmer temperatures and some rain over the weekend, snow depth has been reduced by an average of 13 cm and water equivalence has decreased by an average of 55 mm since the survey on March 24 reports the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) who measures snow depth and water content as part of its Flood Forecasting and Warning Program.
(North Bay March 27, 2020) This weekend’s forecast for 30-35 mm of rain combined with snowmelt and spring-level water courses has prompted the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority to issue its third flood forecasting statement this spring.More
(North Bay, Ontario, March 24, 2020) Snow survey readings confirm that the snow is gradually melting. Snow depth has slightly decreased and water equivalence has slightly increased since the snow pack measurements taken on March 13 by the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority as part of its flood forecasting program.
The average snow depth for the three sites is 35.3 cm, a 5.2 cm decrease from last week. The average water equivalence for the three sites is 121.3 mm, a 21.7 mm increase from last week.More
(North Bay, Ontario, March 20, 2020) Being outdoors has always been a magic elixir for mental health and wellbeing. During COVID-19, it’s still a great place to be active if you follow the guidance of the Health Unit regarding social distancing. The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority is also reminding people to keep your dogs on leash and poop and scoop while you’re on conservation area trails.More