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All reports/studies from the document library:


Council Connects - May 2018 Newsletter 1-5-2018 download

April 2018 Council Connects Newsletter 13-4-2018 download

April 2018 Council Connects Newsletter 13-4-2018 download


Recreation Program Guide - Summer 2018

Rossland Recreation Program Guide

Summer 2018

Download the PDF version of the guide here.


Invitation to Tender - Rossland Arena Safety Improvement


June 12, 2018 Regular and Public Hearing Agenda Packages

For the Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Regular agenda package, please click here:
For the Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Public Hearing agenda package, please click here:


Public Notice - Permissive Tax Exemption

Permissive Tax Exemption
Deadline for submissions:  July 15, 2018

Local governments have the legislative authority under Section 224 of the Community Charter to permit tax exemptions for properties that are owned or held by a charitable, philanthropic or other not for profit corporation, and are used for a purpose that is directly related to the purposes of the municipality. 


The City of Rossland recognizes the significant value of volunteers and volunteer organizations to the spiritual, educational, social, cultural and physical well-being of the community and as such, the Council approved a Permissive Tax Exemption Policy which authorizes the Finance department to review and evaluate the eligibility of each Permissive Tax Exemption application. 



Southeast Fire Centre bans open burning in Kootenays

Large-scale open burns are set to be banned across the Southeast Fire Centre effective Friday, June 8, according to the provincial government.