News & Announcements

Christmas Recyclable Items

Have you been naughty or nice lately? Here’s a friendly graphic reminder to to help you earn some extra nice points! Let’s all do our part to Recycle it Right this holiday season.

To find out more items that are recyclable and to learn which are not, visit the Curbside Garbage and Recycling web page.

National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women

December 6th is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. We all have a role to play in creating a culture of respect and taking meaningful action to ensure that tragedies like l’Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal never happen again. In honour of this day, flags at City Hall will fly at half mast from the 6th until December 9th.
Speak up against acts of gender-based violence. #OurActionsMatter

Moose on the Loose?

In response to an incident that occurred in November with a citizen being attacked by a moose on a local trail, this is a friendly reminder to be mindful and keep ones distance.
To Report a run-in with wildlife or sighting of wildlife where it could threaten public safety, please contact the Conservation Officer at 1.877.952.7277

Facts About Tax Sales


Based on some recent questions, we thought it might be helpful to share some information regarding the tax sale process as it is very different from a City Land Sale.


BEST of the BEST 2019

We always knew that we had some great people working at the City, so it’s nice that the Community noticed too!
Congrats to the City employees voted the Best in the Dawson Creek Mirror’s 2019 Best of the Best Awards!

2019 Fire Services Exemplary Service Medals


This morning (November 25th) at the Regular Meeting of Council, Mayor Bumstead presented the final Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal to Captain Ken Reitsma.