Current Watershed Conditions
Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority (SSMRCA)
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Conduct of Members (pg.21)
Delegations (pg.17)
The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority’s (SSMRCA) goal is for staff to work together to provide a high standard of effective and efficient service to all our clients. In pursuit of this commitment, we will provide information, advice, and service in a helpful, fair, consistent, and respectful manner.
Other Documents
The passage of Regulation 687/21 “Transition Plans and Agreements for Programs and Services Under Section 21.1.2 of the Conservation Authorities Act” requires the development and implementation of Transition Plans by each Conservation Authority. The Transition Plans are created to outline the process and timelines for the development of cost-apportioning agreements with municipalities within our jurisdiction for non-mandated programs and services. 
An inventory of programs and services is to be prepared and circulated to municipalities within a CA’s watershed jurisdiction. The inventory of programs and services will be classified as either Category 1 Mandatory, Category 2 Non-Mandatory or Category 3 Other. These categories are identified in Section 21 of the Conservation Authorities Act. The inventory includes an estimate of the annual cost of the service, sources of funding and the percentage attributed to each funding source.
The plan was developed with the intention of bringing about a better understanding of our roles and strengthening our position within the communities we serve. The citizens of Sault Ste. Marie and Prince Township are the primary benefactors of Conservation Authority programs. We strive to deliver quality programs, provide natural recreation areas, develop partnerships and provide excellent customer service.
     Annual Report
The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority Annual Reports will be posted below in the Related Documents section as they become available.