Snow Survey Readings for January 13, 2022

January 14, 2022

(North Bay, Ontario, January 14, 2022) Snow depth has increased by 14.6 cm and water content has increased by 18 mm since the last readings on January 4, 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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Snow Survey Readings for December 15, 2021

December 16, 2021

Due to a few mild days, rain and below zero temperatures there is a slight decrease in snow depth and an increase in water content since the last readings December 1, 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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Removal of trees, limbs, plants for holiday decorations not permitted

December 08, 2021

(North Bay, December 8, 2021) The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) is reminding people this holiday season that it is illegal to remove trees, limbs, berries and other vegetation from Conservation Areas.

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Snow Survey Readings for December 1, 2021

December 03, 2021

SNOW SURVEY READINGS Begin for 2021-2022 Season
(North Bay, Ontario, December 3, 2021) Snowfall in the area has allowed for the start of the snow survey season this week, 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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NBMCA CAO Brian Tayler Announces Retirement

November 25, 2021

After 19 years at the helm of the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority, CAO Brian Tayler will retire in June 2022.  Tayler’s career in conservation spanned 40 years, including 17 years with the Credit Valley Conservation Authority and four years with the former Ministry of Natural Resources before joining NBMCA in 2003.

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NBMCA Issues Flood Outlook / Water Safety Statement

October 15, 2021

Recent rainfall has left the ground saturated and water levels significantly above average for this time of year. These conditions combined with 23mm of rain in the forecast over the weekend have prompted the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority to issue a Watershed Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook for Chippewa Creek and similar urbanized watercourses and Water Safety statement for the remainder of its jurisdiction.

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NBMCA Issue Flood Outlook Statement

September 20, 2021

With 75mm of rain in the forecast over the next four days, the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority has issued a Flood Outlook Statement for the watershed.

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Service Disruptions

September 10, 2021

Office and Trail Service Disruptions for September.

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“Michael's Boardwalk” dedicated today in Laurier Woods Conservation Area

September 03, 2021

Family and friends of 28-year old Michael Gauthier gathered in Laurier Woods Conservation Area this morning to dedicate a new 180 ft boardwalk built to honour his memory, his passion for the outdoors, and his love of Laurier Woods.

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Chippewa Creek Project will Reduce Flood Risk, Enhance City's Active Transportation Network

July 29, 2021

(North Bay, July 29, 2021) The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority will begin work next week on the remediation of 45m of Chippewa Creek at Oak St and reestablish the Kinsmen Trail link across the creek with a new pedestrian bridge.

“The benefits to the residents of North Bay are two-fold; the channel work will repair streambank erosion and help alleviate upstream flood hazards.  The new pedestrian bridge will provide a significant enhancement to the City’s active transportation network,” said Dave Mendicino, Chair of the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA).

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