News & Announcements
Does your garbage and recycling pick-up day fall on Good Friday or Easter Monday? Please note that there are no changes to the pick-up schedule for this holiday. Your regularly scheduled pick-up day will remain the same.
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A Regular Council Meeting will be held Monday, April 8, 2019 at 9:00am and will include:
Chante Patterson-Elden, Erin Oliver & Chelsey St. Pierre, City of Dawson Creek in attendance re: Pitch in Week Proclamation.
Yinka Adewole, City of Dawson Creek, Cory Longley & Stephanie Goudie, CUPE Local 2403 in attendance re: Worksafe BC Day of Mourning Proclamation.
Chelsea Mottishaw, City of Dawson Creek in attendance re: Update on the Kiskatinaw Watershed Stewardship Program.
Letter from Jessica Kulla, Manager of Fundraising and Events, Dawson Creek and District Hospital Foundation (March 21, 2019) re: Invitation to Attend the Annual Clay Bird Benefit Shoot.
- Report No. 19-044 from the Chief Financial Officer re: List of Investment Dealers.
Report No. 19-048 from the Chief Financial Officer re: 2018 Draft Financial Statement.
Yesterday, our Mayor and a great group of local citizens gathered in Council Chambers to proclaim April 7, 2019 as “Green Shirt Day” in honour of the Logan Boulet Effect and in support of organ donor awareness and registration across Canada. (more…)
The city is once again planning to assist seniors and persons with disabilities with removal of gravel accumulated from winter plowing and sanding efforts from boulevards adjacent to private property.
If you are physically unable to remove the sand and gravel from the boulevard adjacent to your property, please call City Hall at 784-3600 by Monday, April 15, 2019 to register your location so that a community volunteer can be dispatched to assist you. The timing of the removal will depend entirely on the spring thaw and availability of volunteers.
Interested non-profit groups are invited to call City Hall by Monday, April 15, 2019 to volunteer to assist with gravel removal. An honorarium per lot will be paid.