Rossland’s Heritage Home Inventory dates back to 1983 when it was undertaken by 2 summer school students with guidance from the Heritage Commission of that time. Pictures of the homes accompany as much information about the buildings as could be gathered, using a consistent format (template). The finished work is available in hard copy only at the Museum and the Library. The information has not been updated since 1983 so in order to facilitate updating, the Inventory needs to be produced in an electronic format which will simplify management of the data, and will ensure wider circulation and usage of the Inventory.
Save money and be more comfortable by improving your home’s energy efficiency. We’re supporting FortisBC PowerSense in helping you slim down your energy bill.
Sign up to participate in the Kootenay Energy Diet to learn about your home and where your energy dollars are leaking out. Upgrades with efficiency in mind can help you save energy and money and make your home more comfortable.
As a participant, you will get help improving your home’s energy efficiency with a low cost home assessment, access to rebates and opportunities for financing through your local credit union.
The City of Rossland will be flushing water mains throughout the City commencing May 21st, 2013. The flushing of watermains is a requirement of the Ministry of Health and will last approximately 4 weeks.
If you experience dirty water during this period leave a cold water tap running until the water clears. If dirty water persists after 10 minutes, please phone the number listed below. The City apologizes for any inconvenience that may be caused.
If you have any questions please call the City Hall office at 250-362–7396.
2013 PROPERTY TAXES
The PROPERTY TAX NOTICES have been mailed out and any property owner who has not received their notice should contact the City Office by phone at 250-362-7396, by fax at 250-362-5451 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be advised that NEW OWNERS are responsible for unpaid taxes.
The DUE DATE for paying the 2013 taxes is 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 2, 2013. After that date, a 10% penalty will be added to all unpaid taxes INCLUDING unclaimed Homeowner Grants. Postmarks are not accepted as date of payment. If you are unable to pay your 2013 taxes prior to the due date, if eligible, you should apply for the Homeowner Grant to avoid penalty on that portion of the taxes.
City Council Regular Meeting
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