News & Announcements
A Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, June 27, 2016 and will include:
Letter from Anjula Benjamin, President, Dawson Creek & District Chamber of Commerce (June 3, 2016) re: Cancellation of the Protocol Agreement – Removal from Liaison List.
Email from Natasha Cortes (June 9, 2016) re: Dawson Creek Night Market Project.
Letter from Sheldon Wilkinson, President, Dawson Creek Minor Hockey (June 9, 2016) re: Request for Support for the 2017 Tier 3 Provincial Championships.
Marilyn Wiebe in attendance re: Sewer Back-up and property taxes.
@ The Calvin Kruk Centre for the Arts (10401 10th Street)
- Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This centre is available for anyone who may require assistance with filling out documentation or needs information. The Canadian Red Cross will have free cleanup kits available that will include things like a mop, bucket, cleaning supplies and other items.
Property Taxes are due by July 4, 2016
If you miss the July 4th deadline, a 10% penalty will be added to the outstanding current tax balance. You can pay your taxes at City Hall and at most financial institutions (including online banking). Please note you can use a third party vendor to pay your property taxes with a credit card – www.plastiq.com .
Claim your home owner grant online today
Any questions please contact us at email@example.com or 250.784.3608
For Immediate Release
June 21, 2016
STATE OF LOCAL EMERGENCY CANCELLED
Mayor Dale Bumstead has issued a cancellation order regarding the City of Dawson Creek state of local emergency as the flood waters have receded and clean-up efforts continue.
City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday, June 20, 2016 to receive updated information regarding the status of City infrastructure and services. Council directed staff to research options and costs for the repair of the 15th Street creek crossing with a bridge and bring that information back to Council as soon as possible, ideally to allow construction to be completed by the fall of 2016. The video is available on the City website here: Special Council Meeting June 20th
A Town Hall Flood Recovery Meeting was held Monday evening to provide residents with information from the City, Regional District, Northern Health, Disaster Financial Relief Program, and others regarding the assistance available. This meeting video is also available here: Town Hall Recovery Meeting.
The City of Dawson Creek is a resilient City whose residents and businesses demonstrated again in this recent emergency situation just how strong the power of collective action and support can be. Thank you to everyone for their patience and support during this difficult time.
For those still requiring assistance, a Resiliency Centre has been opened at the Calvin Kruk Centre at 10401-10th Street, Dawson Creek. It will be open 9 am – 9 pm until Friday, June 24th, and from 10 am – 4 pm Saturday and Sunday, June 25th & 26th. The Resiliency Centre may remain open next week if the need persists.
For more information, please contact:
City of Dawson Creek
Dale Bumstead, Mayor
The City of Dawson Creek in partnership with the Peace River Regional District and the Village of Pouce Coupe will be hosting a Town Hall Recovery Meeting on Monday, June 20th at 7:00PM in the upstairs lobby of the Encana Events Centre (300 Hwy 2, Dawson Creek).
At this meeting, we expect representatives from the Disaster Financial Assistance program, Northern Health, Salvation Army, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Canadian Red Cross, plus local government representation from the City of Dawson Creek, Village of Pouce Coupe and the PRRD. There are potentially others who will be added to the list.
A Resiliency Centre will be open on Tuesday morning at the Calvin Cruk Centre (10401 10th Street, DC) where Canadian Red Cross staff will be available to assist residents with their disaster financial assistance applications and other assistance they may require.