Fairmont Hot Springs Resort has temporarily closed their public pools due to concerns with current flow rates that could pose a safety risk to guests, according to a statement posted on social media.
The resort said it has been collaborating with the regional district and the Interior Health Authority, which is currently reviewing and assessing the safety concerns.
According to the latest update on Monday morning, the resort has installed safety signage required by Interior Health. Once a review of the new items as well as previously submitted reports are complete, new updates will be posted.
Additionally, Radium Hot Springs also announced the closure of its hot and cool pools due to structural safety concerns in the wet hall, according to a bulletin from Parks Canada.
There is no information indicating a timeline for reopening.