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Find out what to do if your recycling is not picked up on your scheduled collection day.
The province has adopted the new BC Building Code. If you submit a building permit application on or after December 10, 2018 you will need to comply with the new requirements.
With cooler weather and recent rain, the fire danger rating has been reduced to low. This means that the ban on barbecues and fires in District parks, trails, and beaches has been lifted.
Crews will be in Inter River Park starting the week of September 24th to work on some dead and hazardous trees bordering "Digger Park." This work will take approximately 2-3 days.
If you are planning to run for mayor, councillor, or school trustee, you need to submit a nomination package by 4pm on September 14.
Our after-hours emergency contact number is 604-990-3666
Starting August 13, 2018, District crews will be restoring portions of the eroded banks along Upper MacKay Creek.
For the protection and safety of all park visitors, the construction area will be fenced and gated for the duration, while pedestrian access will be maintained.
Effective immediately, all fires in District parks and trails are banned, including BBQs of any kind. Learn how you can keep yourself, your family, and our community healthy and safe during prolonged hot and dry weather.
For public safety, tree branches and small trees close to the power lines along the dike road are being trimmed to ensure they are the required distance from wires.
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