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With the waning of the 6th COVID-19 wave and the lifting of restrictions, offices at Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority are returning to a more normal work environment. Staff are gradually returning to work from offices, and by June 8, 2022 we should be at our regular operations.
Thank-you for your continued patience with our staff during the ‘work from home’ period of the pandemic and we look forward taking this last step in the LTVCA getting back to normal. Members of the public may continue to communicate with employees by telephone or email. Email addresses for all staff may be found in our staff directory.
Administration Office – 519-354-7310 (Please follow menu prompts).
Longwoods Road Conservation Area Resource Centre – 519-264-2420
In person purchases or payments are gradually being phased back in. While this transition occurs, please continue to email your purchase request to one of the following:
Camping and Facility Rentals
General Inquiries – firstname.lastname@example.org
DO NOT EMAIL CREDIT CARD INFORMATION, staff will contact you via email and send an invoice for online payment, unless you prefer to be contacted by phone (please ensure you have included your phone number in your email). For those who prefer to pay by cheque, you may mail your cheque and order form to – 100 Thames Street, Chatham ON N7L 2Y8.
OUR CONSERVATION AREAS ARE OPEN FOR DAY USE TO THE PUBLIC. Purchase 2022 parking pass here.
– schedule your trail use to avoid times of high use, conservation areas are generally open from 9 a.m. until sunset 7 days a week.
– expect and respect other users
– keep all pets on a leash and pick up after your pet
– remove all your litter and pet litter from the conservation area – there may be no garbage cans on site
– abide by all Conservation Area Regulations
Public Washrooms at Longwoods Road, Big Bend, C.M. Wilson and Sharon Creek Conservation Areas are closed over the winter, washrooms open during spring/summer/fall seasons. Some areas have port-a-johns.
Drinking Water is not available over the winter months at conservation areas. Water is available during spring/summer/fall seasons in some conservation areas.