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Official Community Plan Survey

What do you like about Dawson Creek? What changes would you like to see?

Here’s your chance to be heard and enter your name for a GRANDE PRIZE in August!


Public Hearing & Regular Meeting of Council August 21, 2017

A Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, August 21, 2017 and will include:

  • Memo from Councillor McFadyen re: 2018 Kiwanis Home and Garden Show – City Booth Theme.
  • Letter from Deborah Jones-Middleton, Protective Services Manager, Peace River Regional District (July 17, 2017) re: Collaborative Emergency Management Model.
  • Letter from Kattie Brigden, Marketing Manager, Dawson Co-operative Union (August 1, 2017) re: Dawson Co-op 100 Year Legacy Project.
  • Jackie Moyer & Jackie Thiessen, Work BC Job Search & Support Services in attendance re: Disability Employment Proclamation (September 2017).
  • Lindsay Heal & Jeremy Parslow, Recycle-It Resource Recovery & DC Recycling in Attendance re: Implementing Curbside Recycling Collection in Dawson Creek.
  • Report No. 17-122 from the Director of Development Services re: Speeding Concerns on 17th Street.
  • Report No. 17-123 from the Director of Development Services re: Request for Quotations 2017-32 – Airport Snowplow Truck.
  • Report No. 17-133 from the Director of Corporate Administration re: Encroachment Policy – 30 Day Review Period.
  • Report No. 17-136 from the Parks and Facilities Manager re: Request for Resolution Supporting NDIT Grant Application for Community Halls and Recreation.
  • Zoning Amendment (17-02) Bylaw No. 4349, 2017 (8243 Road 221 – Louisiana Pacific) for third reading as amended and consideration of adoption.

You can view the full agenda packages below:

Regular Meeting of Council August 21, 2017

Public Hearing August 21, 2017

Local Business Directory Launched


AUGUST 11, 2017– Dawson Creek BC – The South Peace Economic Development Commission has initiated a local content program to identify and promote certified local businesses. The program allows resource projects to easily find and engage with local businesses through an online platform. This is an essential tool for local contracting programs in the South Peace region.

There is no cost for a South Peace business to certify or join the directory as the online tool is sponsored by Community Futures Peace Liard. The South Peace Local Business online certification process is administered by the City of Dawson Creek.

To be eligible for the South Peace Local Business certificate companies must meet the following requirements:

  1. The company must have a physical presence in the Peace River South Electoral District
  2. The company must provide local employment to at least one resident living in Peace River South
  3. The company must have a valid Peace River South (Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, Tumbler Ridge, Pouce Coupe) business license
  4. Rural based companies are eligible to be included in the database by inputing their physical “911 address” to verify they are located in the rural south peace area.  

Local South Peace businesses can become certified in three easy steps:

  • Create an online account at
  • Add company information for profile page (company name, contact information, description and services provided) by following the online registration wizard
  • Complete South Peace Local Business certificate questionnaire and submit

Moving forward, South Peace community and business leaders will encourage all companies contracting in the region to use the online system to implement local contracting programs.

Search for local businesses at

For more information contact Kelsey Bates at 250-784-3636 or via email at

Proposed Policy Update – Land Sale

At the Regular Meeting of Council held July 17, 2017, Council proposed to amend the Land Sale Policy by updating the Reserved Property factors to:

“A deposit of $600 $500 is payable to the City prior to the “Notice of Intent to Dispose of Property” being advertised, with the actual cost of the notice plus a 10% admin fee payable to the City by the proponent.”

Any member of the public, who feels they may be affected by the proposed changes to the City of Dawson Creek’s policy, may submit comments regarding these proposed amendments, in writing to:

Brenda Ginter, Director of Corporate Administration, email: or fax 250.728.3203 or drop them off at City Hall at 10105 12A Street no later then September 10, 2017.

Land Sale

City Hours During Fall Fair Parade

City Hall Closure

Please be advised that City Hall and the Kenn Borek Aquatic Centre will be closed:

August 11th from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm

For the Annual Fall Fair Parade

All Emergency Services will remain open




Council Chambers, City Hall

1:00 p.m.

Pursuant to Section 127 of the Community Charter, notice is hereby given of a Special Meeting of Council, to be held on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 in Council Chambers, City Hall. This meeting will be closed to the public as per Section 90 (1) (g) A part of a council meeting must be closed to the public if the subject matter being considered relates to litigation or potential litigation affecting the municipality.

Brenda Ginter

Director of Corporate Administration