The Grand River Conservation Authority and emergency response agencies throughout the watershed are asking residents to be avoid natural frozen bodies of water and activities such as skating or ice fishing.
The public is reminded frozen water bodies for recreational activities on Grand River lakes and reservoirs is not permitted and is considered trespassing. Most natural bodies of water throughout the Grand River watershed are not monitored and may not be safe to be on.
Belwood Lake, Guelph Lake, Pinehurst Lake and Shades Mills are monitored and can be used for recreation so long as the conditions are permitted.
More information can be found at GrandRiver.ca/WinterPrograms