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Water Treatment Plant Funding Approved

Government of Canada Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

For Immediate Release

September 30, 2016

The Government of Canada and the Province of BC announced today that more than $450 million has been made available for projects across the province through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund.  We are very excited to announce that the City of Dawson Creek Water Treatment Plant Upgrades scheduled for 2017 has been identified as one of the 35 initial projects approved.  This will provide the City with over $3.7 million towards the project. 

“The strength of our community is building core infrastructure”, says Mayor Bumstead. “This partnership with the Provincial and Federal governments is a huge benefit to the residents of Dawson Creek and to the rural areas that access potable water from our system.” 

Completion of this project will allow the City to treat approximately 8000 cubic meters of water per day more than is currently possible, minimizing the current stress on the City’s system and providing opportunity for future growth.   

Government of Canada News Release

Backgrounder

For further information please contact:

Mayor Dale Bumstead                                    Jim Chute, Chief Administrative Officer

250.784.3616                                                  250.784.3613

Regular Meeting of Council October 3, 2016

A Public Consultation, a Public Hearing and Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, October 3, 2016 and will include:

  • Email from Hilary Crowley, Physiotherapists for Northern Communities (September 9, 2016) re: Request for Support – Northern Physiotherapy Program.

  • Tina Hill, Deb Watt and delegation, Ministry of Children & Family Development in attendance re: Foster Family Month Proclamation.

  • Jay Morrison, Spectra Energy in attendance re: Spectra Energy Operations and Expansion Project Update.

  • Report No. 16-148 from the City Planner re: Revisions to DP 16-04 (Dawson Mall – Save On Foods).

  • Report No. 16-153 from the Director of Community Services re: 2016 Fire Hall Renovation Viability Study.

  • Report No. 16-150 from the City Planner re: Zoning Bylaw Amendment (16-06) – Bylaw No. 4330, 2016 (11612 8th Street).

    • Zoning Amendment (16-06) Bylaw 4330, 2016 for consideration of first and second reading.

Follow the links below to access the full Agenda Packages:

Public Consultation

Public Hearing

Regular Meeting of City Council

COMMUNITY AWARDS COMING SOON

The City of Dawson Creek Council is proud to announce they will be re-implementing the Community Awards that were once hosted by our local Chamber of Commerce.  At the Regular Meeting of Council held August 22, 2016 Council   approved the implementation and process that will take place October/November of each year. The awards will be given in four categories; Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the year and Youth of the Year. This is a great chance to recognize some of the people, groups or businesses that have made an impact in our community. The nomination forms will be available beginning October 1, 2016 on our website and at City Facilities.

Regular Meeting of Council September 12, 2016

A Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, September 12, 2016 and will include:

  • Letter from Megan Klitch, Tobacco Lead, Canadian Cancer Society, BC and Yukon (August 12, 2016) re: Invitation to Endorse the Society’s Recommendation to Expand the Scope of BC’s Tobacco and Vapour Products Control Act.

  • Letter from Terry O’Dwyer, TBO Advertising (August 26, 2016) re: Arena Rink Board Advertising Contract.

  • Johanna Kunz, Success By 6,  United Way of Northern BC in attendance re: Proclamation of September as “United Way Month”.

  • Report No. 16-146 from the Director of Corporate Administration re: Animal Control Officer and Building Inspector Designation.

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NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

Council Chambers, City Hall

9:00 A.M.

The public is welcome to attend a Special Council Meeting regarding:

  • Fiscal Gap.

Brenda Ginter

Director of Corporate Administration