Conservation Areas Open; New Trail Bridge at Eau Claire Gorge

May 07, 2021

 (North Bay, Ontario, May 7, 2021)  North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority’s (NBMCA) 15 conservation areas and trails have officially opened for passive use while a few amenities, such as washrooms, remain closed due to COVID-19.

 

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Service Disruption - Kinsmen Trail between Main and Stanley now open

May 07, 2021

May 7, 2021 - The portion of the Kinsmen Trail which was closed between Main Street East and Stanley Street is now open. 

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Service Disruption - Section of Kinsmen Trail closed May 6

May 05, 2021

May 5, 2021 - Kinsmen Trail will be closed all day on May 6, 2021.  Trail will be closed between Main Street East and Stanley Street.

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NBMCA Delivers Essential Service During Stay-at-Home Order

April 13, 2021

During the Provincial Emergency and Stay-at-Home Order issued by the province on April 8, 2021, the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority will continue to deliver programs that have been deemed an “Essential Business/Service” by the Ontario/Canadian government. 

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Corbeil Conservation Area Now Opened

April 08, 2021

Corbeil Conservation Area, which was closed in March due to spring runoff, has now reopened.

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Snow Survey Readings for April 8, 2021

April 08, 2021

All three snow course survey sites are snow free, making 2021 among the earliest snow-free seasons since the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority began measuring snow depth and water content in 1987 as part of its flood forecasting and warning program.

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Snow Survey Readings for April 1, 2021

April 01, 2021

(North Bay, Ontario, April 1, 2021)  Two of the three snow survey stations are now without snow, bringing the average snow depth down 23.8 cm and the average water equivalence down 83.7 mm since the last snow survey March 22, reports the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) who measures snow depth and water content as part of its Flood Forecasting and Warning Program. 

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Water Safety Statement Issued for Watershed - March 24, 2021

March 24, 2021

(North Bay March 24, 2021)   The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority is issuing its first water safety statement this spring.  Although increased runoff due to snow melt and precipitation are in the forecast, flooding is not expected at this time.

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Snow Survey Readings for March 22, 2021

March 22, 2021

(North Bay, Ontario, March 22, 2021) Snow depth and water equivalence has decreased since the snow pack measurements taken on March 15 by the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority as part of its flood forecasting program.

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Snow Survey Readings for March 15, 2021

March 15, 2021

(North Bay, Ontario, March 15, 2021)  The average snow depth has decreased by 24.1 cm and the average water content has decreased by 43.3 mm since the last snow survey March 8, reports the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) who measures snow depth and water content as part of its Flood Forecasting and Warning Program. 

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