Sunday, May 28, 2023

Paradise Park News & Updates

Sept. 9, 2022 Update

Hello Everyone,

We have received approximately 30 Owners out of 69 information that is required for the Land Owner Transparency Register. We have 3 more weeks to gather info as requested by the lawyer. Just a reminder that failure to do so could result in a $50,000.00 or 5% fine for the park.Please ask to send to Benny ASAP.

Just to bring you all to speed on a few items as follows:

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May 22, 2018 Park Update

May 22, 2018 water levels

Good afternoon everyone;

Here is the latest information that I have as of today May 22;

Still no power and there is still about 2' of water in the farthest south corner of the park so the power will not be turned on until that recedes lower than the power boxes.

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May 31, 2018 Park Update

Good day all;
As of this morning, May 31.

The water  has receded to below the tree on the beach.
Sewer service has been restored.
Power has been restored to all but a few units along the beach.
Currently some breakers and power meters that are not working are being replaced.
The evacuation notice has been lifted.
Not sure when the heat will be turned on to the pool but expect that in the next week or so.

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Pool Update

Good evening everyone,

Just to let you know that the pool is out of commission for at least a couple of weeks. The flood water has caused damage to the new pool surface causing it needing to be redone. The insurance adjuster will be on site tomorrow June 13 the assess the damage and determine if it is covered under insurance. We will make every effort to get it up and running ASAP.

Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to seeing everyone at our AGM this coming Saturday June 16 @ the legion hall in Osoyoos.

Take care
Don Schultz

Osoyoos Lake Levels rise

May 31, 2017 water level

The park beach is now covered in water, water is going back to the third row of units.Power has been restored to the club house, but the rest of the park is without power.

Osoyoos has closed boat launches. Click the Read More button to see more photos & details.

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Paradise Park has 2 sheds for recycling, located on the path to the beach. The shed closest to the road is for pop cans, beer cans, and any containers that have a deposit when you purchase them. The second shed closest to the beach is for other materials that can be recycled but no deposit has been paid on them. For a full list of what can be recycled go to Return It.

The recycle shed is manned by volunteers, so please keep it neat, tidy and organized.



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