Water Treatment Plant Loan Authorization Process
- Bylaw 983 Bylaw 983 Public Notice
- Bylaw 983
- Bylaw 983 Water Treatment Plant Project Summary 3
- Bylaw 983 Elector Response Form 4
Manganese in Water Update (Health Canada)
Did you know that Health Canada is doing a national review of manganese in water and may establish acceptable levels of manganese in drinking water in early 2019?
Please review the following documents for more information on Manganese in our community:
BC Transit Bus Schedules – click on the following link:
Welcome to Burns Lake!
Burns Lake is located in the heart of Northern British Columbia, approximately 220 kilometres west of Prince George, on Highway 16. The Village has a diverse population of around 2,800 residents, and serves the surrounding area of 8,000 residents of the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako. With two of the six local First Nations communities located within Municipal boundaries, Burns Lake has a strong sense of culture and incredible local talent to showcase!
If you are looking for a friendly community with endless recreation, business, and tourism opportunities look no further than the Village of Burns Lake! Surrounded by forest and lakes, there are numerous options for all recreational enthusiasts who call Burns Lake and area home or make it their summer and winter vacation destination. Spirit Square is a community waterfront park complete with recreation and meeting areas for both residents and visitors. Spirit Square also offers use of FREE fitness stations, public docks, and a boat launch. A wide variety of hiking trails, canoeing and kayaking areas, and an abundance of lakes to fish or boat on are right outside your door. Burns Lake is also fortunate to have world class mountain bike trails, with more than 30 km of downhill trails and 50 km of cross-country trails, just 5 minutes from the Village centre. In fact, Burns Lake has the first trails in Canada to be recognized by IMBA as a bronze level ride centre! Learn more here.
During the winter, Olympic quality cross-country skiing trails and facilities draw in competitors and recreational skiers from across the province. Snowshoe enthusiasts can follow in their tracks too. Additionally, Burns Lake is a snowmobiler’s paradise, with vast wilderness trails near town.
Living amidst nature does not preclude us from full access to healthcare facilities, sports and recreation facilities, schools, and post-secondary education. Burns Lake has a brand new Hospital, a new Multiplex facility including a climbing wall, gym and squash courts and our local airport is a top notch destination for the recreational pilot.
Come and see all that Burns Lake has to offer for yourself, you will not be disappointed!