Resources

After the Flood

After the Flood

Frequently asked questions of the Conservation Authority and the Ottawa Septic System Office

Benefits of a Natural Shoreline

Bioengineering Project on Graham Creek

Cleaning Up After The Flood

Cleaning Up After The Flood

Tips on the proper handling and disposal of sandbags.

Septic Smart - Booklet 1

Septic Smart - Booklet 1

Understanding Your Home's Septic System

This twelve page booklet helps you understand and care for your conventional septic systems.

Septic Smart - Booklet 2

Septic Smart - Booklet 2

Advanced Treatment Systems — Alternatives to Conventional Septic Systems

This twelve page booklet will help you become familiar with advanced treatment units as well as the type of final distribution and soil treatment that could be used with them in Ontario (aerobic treatment units and filtration units).

Shoreline Naturalization Program Species Availability List

Shoreline Naturalization Program Species Availability List

A list of plants, shrubs and trees available through the Shoreline Naturalization Program.

Solutions for Shoreline Erosion — A Basic Guide to Bioengineering

Solutions for Shoreline Erosion — A Basic Guide to Bioengineering

Learn how different bioengineering efforts could help you prevent shoreline erosion on your property.

What Should You Do If You Are At Risk Of Flooding

What Should You Do If You Are At Risk Of Flooding

 For residents in flood prone areas, the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA) suggests the most effective method of reducing flood damages is to make a plan and be prepared to execute it if necessary.

Contact Us

Address:
Rideau Valley Conservation Authority
3889 Rideau Valley Drive

Phone:
613-692-3571, 1-800-267-3504

Email:

Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Member of: conservation ontario