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Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

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  • Town of NewmarketTown of Newmarket
    Town of Newmarket
  • City of BarrieCity of Barrie
    City of Barrie
  • City of Richmond HillCity of Richmond Hill
    City of Richmond Hill
  • Floyd Hales Fish Huts, Bear Point Fish Huts, Jason's Fish Huts and Hot Box HutsFloyd Hales Fish Huts, Bear Point Fish Huts, Jason's Fish Huts and Hot Box Huts
    Floyd Hales Fish Huts, Bear Point Fish Huts, Jason's Fish Huts and Hot Box Huts
  • Town of AuroraTown of Aurora
    Town of Aurora
  • Town of AuroraTown of Aurora
    Town of Aurora
  • Town of East GwillimburyTown of East Gwillimbury
    Town of East Gwillimbury

​​Healthy Water​​​

The Healthy Water Award is presented to individuals and groups who have completed a project that improves, supports or protects the water quality in the Lake Simcoe watershed. Projects could include stormwater management, water conservation, streambank and shoreline restoration or stabilization, low impact development techniques and source water protection.​

The Healthy Water award was presented to the following recipients in 2019:​

  • ​City of Barrie – For developing strategies to minimize salt use to ensure roads and sidewalks are safe in the winter.
  • Town of Aurora – For reducing application rates, material usage, transportation and street sweeping costs as part of their winter maintenance activities.
  • Town of East Gwillimbury – Fo​r implementing a winter maintenance strategy that includes using a liquid salt-solution to anti-ice roads.
  • Town of Newmarket – For testing different application rates of sand/salt mixtures as part of their winter maintenance practices.
  • Floyd Hales Fish Huts, Bear Point Fish Huts, Jason’s Fish Huts, Hot Box Fish Huts – For taking part in a pilot project to collect water samples from multiple ice huts across Lake Simcoe.
  • ​City of Richmond Hill – For preparing and delivering training modules to Lake Simcoe watershed municipalities on conducting Stormwater Management pond inspections and maintenance activities.
  • Town of Aurora – For removing a barrier and constructing a new bridge that enables coldwater fish to migrate through a tributary to get to their spawning grounds.​