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News & Notices

Job Opp: Temporary Full-time Operator/Labourer

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PUBLIC WORKS POSITION

TEMPORARY FULL TIME OPERATOR/LABOURER

The City of Rossland has an opportunity for an individual who is hard working and willing to grow with the City and has the ability to adapt to a fast paced and changing environment.

Successful applicants will have a minimum of Grade 12 Diploma or equivalent and possess a valid Class 5 driver’s license with air endorsement (willing to obtain Class 3).

 

Regular Meeting - April 24, 2017

 AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBER
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2017
6:00 P.M.

 

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CALL TO ORDER

 

PUBLIC INPUT PERIOD

 

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

 

REGISTERED PETITIONS AND DELEGATIONS

 

 

2017 Spring Clean-up Notice

Spring Clean-up

Public Works Staff will be picking up organic material starting May 8th. The City will be driving by each residence once, please ensure all items are on the boulevard by 7:00 am starting Monday, May 8th, 2017.

Any items placed on boulevard after City crews have passed by will not be picked up.

 

Age Friendly Lower Columbia Questionnaire

Attention Seniors 55+. We want your input.

Let's talk about senior's activities and supports.

What do you have now? What is missing?

Social, advocacy, health, sports, education.

Please complete a questionnare.

Available at Rossland City Hall and Alpine Drug Mart. Completed questionnaires can be returned to either.

Age Friendly Lower Columbia (AFLC) is a project of seven local governments. The goal is to work with our seniors to create communities where all seniors have access to desired activities and supports. By collecting information from local seniors we hope to create and/or enhance programs, for seniors, with seniors.

Please feel free to contact Sandi McCreight, AFLC Coordinator, with any questions of comments.

(250)365-7678
agefriendlylowercolumbia@gmail.com

 

City of Rossland Wildlife Attractant Control Bylaw No. 2615, 2016 - ADOPTED by City Council

Issued August 2016

 

 Revisions to Wildlife Attractant Control Bylaw No. 2615, 2016 Adopted by City Council

 

 Council recently adopted revisions to the City’s Wildlife Attractant Control Bylaw.  The amendments were made in order to aid in reducing human-wildlife conflicts within the City and included the following changes to the way residential solid waste is currently stored on site prior to being picked up by the City’s contractor on regular collection days:

 

  • A person must place refuse to be picked up for collection on the refuse collection day designated for the real property in either metal or plastic bins with a secure lid, and

 

 

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