Category 1 campfires prohibited throughout the Cariboo

Effective at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Pacific Daylight Time on Friday, July 7, 2023, Category 1 campfires will be prohibited throughout the Cariboo Fire Centre and the Tsilhqot’in (Xeni Gwet’in) Declared Title Area to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety. This prohibition will remain in effect until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on October 27, 2023, or until the order is rescinded.

To report a wildfire, unattended campfire or open burning violation, call 1 800 663-5555 toll-free or *5555 on a cell phone.


Restrictions are in effect for all CRD water systems from May 1st to October 1st.

The use of water sprinklers varies for each water system, based on the amount of water available. If continued violation of the water restrictions are observed, aggressive enforcement will occur, including turning off the water supply to the property if warranted. Water sprinkling is only allowed between the hours listed for your area.

As directed by the Cariboo Regional District, watering in the 108 is permitted as follows:

  • Water sprinkling allowed from 6 am to 8 am and 6 pm to 8 pm
  • Even numbered premises on even numbered days of the month
  • Odd numbered premises on odd numbered days of the month

Click here for more information and helpful tips on the Cariboo Regional District website.

* Coyote Season, watch out for your pets.

This helpful reminder comes from one of our residents from the Facebook page. Thank you Lori Fleming.

Reports are that the golf course has many coyotes as well.
FYI: The next 4-6 weeks is mating season for coyotes. Please do not let your dogs out alone. The coyote gets your dog to chase him and then somewhere in the distance the pack waits for your dog. Then the outcome is tragic as they can & will attack/kill your pets. Just be aware it can happen to your beloved pet.
{Coyote breeding typically peaks in late February and early March, the gestation period averages 58 to 63 days. Male coyotes can become more aggressive during this time of year, the long and short of it all is that coyotes always pose a risk to your dog (and other small pets). That risk increases during mating season.}
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Hardworking volunteer Dan Jackson was named the 108 Mile Ranch Citizen of the Year at the October 29 Annual General Meeting. Click here to read about Dan’s tireless commitment to not only the 108! Thanks to the 100 Mile Free Press for this article.

2021/22 Citizen of the Year Award presented to Dan Jackson by Donna White