Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Paradise Park News & Updates

Osoyoos Water Restrictions

To All Owners at Paradise Park,

The Board of Directors would like you all to be aware that Town Council has implemented Level #2 of the Water Conservation Bylaw No. 1273 effective at midnight Friday, June 19, 2015 until further notice.  

This will result in limits to watering of lawns and other water restrictions within the park to the two identified days of Sunday and Wednesday.

For more detailed information regarding the times one can water and other restrictions please refer to their website: http://www.osoyoos.ca/content/public-notice-watering-restrictions.

Paradise Park Dock Permit and Re-development Update

To The Paradise Park Owners,

This letter is to clarify the status of our dock permit and re-development project that has been ongoing for the last two years. From a recent posting on Facebook there appears to be some confusion and concern by some Owners over this project.


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Tax Assessment Notices

Some Owners may have received a 2015 Property Tax Assessment notice for their Lot. This assessment is only for the “buildings” on the lot and is the owner’s responsibility.   BC Assessment has said that a copy of this assessment gets sent to the owner and the Lessees Association. Mailing of the Lessee’s copy to the owner is an oversight as in previous years this copy has never been sent.

The Paradise Park Lessees Association receives a Property Tax Assessment notice for the entire Park excluding the “buildings” on the Lots. These taxes are paid by the Park and are included in your annual maintenance dues.

Library and Rose Garden Update

The library at the clubhouse has been re-organized:  some old books removed and some new books (New to Us), added. I don't think there's a "Library Committee", but a thank You to those who helped with the chore, is in order. Thanks as well to everyone who donates their soft-cover books to our collection. It was good to hear many complimentary comments on the Park library.

Rose Garden Volunteers have been very dedicated this year and in spite of the extremely hot weather, the roses have responded with blooms, color, and fragrance.  We owe a Big Thank You to the Rose Garden Workers.

Doreen J. (Lot #57)

Check your computers for Viruses and Malware

If you connect to the Paradise Park network, please do a virus/malware scan on all devices you use.

Eastlink has reported that our network is sending out a large number of unwanted spam emails.

Thank you.


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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