Township Council through consultation with the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority and the Planning Advisory Committee had previously adopted an annual lake-by-lake schedule to guide the Septic Reinspection Program in the years 2007-2015 through a voluntary approach. This schedule was developed to ensure that all lakes were inspected in the Township while ensuring that the inspections were accomplished in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Lakes inspected include: Bass, Bellamy, Lower Beverley, Upper Beverley, Clear/ Indian/ Benson/ Mosquito, Crosby, Little Crosby, Mill, Newboro/ Loon, Opinicon, Otter, Pike, Big Rideau, Sand, Troy, Whitefish and Wolfe.
In 2015, Township Council implemented a hybrid approach to the septic program including 100 mandatory and 50 voluntary inspections. In 2019, Council doubled the number of inspections to 300 mandatory inspections annually completed by the Mississippi Rideau Septic System Office. The lakes chosen to participate through this program are chosen by Council Resolution annually.
|2020||Bass Lake and Village of Portland|
|2019||Big Rideau Lake and Lower Rideau Lake||2019 Septic System Inspection Report|
|2018||Upper Rideau Lake and Lower Rideau Lake||2018 Septic System Inspection Report|
|2017||Westport Sand Lake, Upper Rideau Lake and Lower Rideau Lake||2017 Septic System Inspection Report|
|2016||Westport Sand Lake and Upper Rideau Lake||2016 Septic System Inspection Report|
Reports from previous years are available by request through Malcolm Norwood, Acting Manager of Development Services.