Christie Lake Association Inc.

Welcomes you!

Our Vision:

“To sustain and improve the unique ecosystem of Christie Lake so that current and future generations may continue to enjoy this jewel in the heart of Lanark County”

May 18 at 2pm: OMYA Public Meeting – Report on Water Taking from the Tay River in 2021

This notice was recently published in the Perth Courier: Omya Canada Inc. will be holding their...

May 19 at 7pm: FoTW Turtles at Risk Webinar (and call for Volunteers)

Image by Annie Dalton Design Network for: Friends of the Tay Watershed Assn Click here to join...

May 4: FOUND Dock

FOUND a fairly new dock section floating in Kid’s Camp swim bay.  It’s pressure treated,...

Half Load Restrictions Lifted May 9th

Tay Valley Township News            Half Loads - UPDATE  ...

April 20: Lost Dock From McManus Bay

Please see photo and details here: https://christielakeassociation.com/news-and-events/lost-items/...

April 7: LGLHU Media Release – Avian Flu – What you need to know

Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit - Media Release - April 7, 2022   Avian...

April 5: RVCA Annual Report 2021

RVCA Media Release Annual Report offers glimpse into RVCA's record-setting 2021   MANOTICK,...

April 4: LGLHU Media Release – Be Tick Smart!

Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit - Media Release - April 4, 2022   Be Tick...

March 31: Tay Waterway Water Level Update

As of Wednesday, March 30, water levels along the Tay Waterway are generally at a normal high...

March 30: Christie Lake Water Level – Spring 2022 Freshet

On 29 March 2022 Parks Canada provided an update on the Spring 2022 Freshet. Snow pack for the...