News & Announcements
Council is proposing a Recycling Program for residents of Dawson Creek. See the attached Bylaw for detailed information and direct your questions or comments regarding the bylaw to Peter Nilsen, Energy Manager at 250-784-3655 or firstname.lastname@example.org until Friday, June 14th.
Would you like to become an Emergency Support Services (ESS) volunteer? ESS provides short-term assistance to British Columbians and is a community based provincial emergency response program designed to assist those affected. This could range from an emergency or disaster, whether that is a single house fire, floods, forest fire, or other emergencies involving mass evacuations.
ESS is a community-based provincial emergency response program designed to assist those affected by We are offering some free training to get you started.
EMRG 1624 Resource Acquisition will be held at the Dawson Creek Fire Hall Wednesday June 6, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
If you would like to register for this course or have any questions please feel free to email Sabrina at email@example.com
The City of Dawson Creek would like to thank all who attended the Rotary Lake Public Meeting that was held on Monday, May 28th at the Encana Events Centre. Your input was appreciated. If you were unable to attend the meeting, we have added the link to the video as well the documents that were handed out at the meeting.
Public Notice is hereby given that Dawson Creek City Council is seeking the approval of the electors in order to remove the park dedication from a .62 acre portion from the east border of Kin Park South. The Ministry of Transportation has requested to purchase the area (shown as crosshatched in the map below) in order to complete a reconstruction of the 8th Street Bridge. As this land has been dedicated as park, Council must first seek the approval of the electors to remove the park dedication designation. The offer to purchase includes all associated costs, including market value of the land, relocation of the Kin Park archway and garden, and legal fees.
In order to remove the park dedication on this portion of land, Council needs to adopt Dawson Creek Park Dedication Amendment Bylaw No. 4381, 2018. If any eligible elector wishes to prevent Council from proceeding until a referendum is held, they will need to complete an Elector Response Form and submit it to the City on or before the deadline of 4:30pm on July 10, 2018. These forms are available here and at City Hall. If by the deadline, less than 10% of the eligible electors (733) submit Elector Response Forms, then Council may consider adoption of the bylaw.
At the Regular Meeting of Council held Monday May 28, 2018 the Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program Public Report was received and approved as presented, in order that the City maintains its carbon neutral status in accordance with Provincial regulations.