News & Notices

A Message from Mayor Moore - Opportunity to Share Thoughts As We Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic!

Hello friends,

We are getting some terrific responses to this Thoughtexchange. Let's hear yours. You can add thoughts or just go in and star the ones you like that others have contributed. It will stay open for another few days, then I will share the results. Please share with any Rosslander that you know. thanks.

These are challenging times. Given that we are all doing our best to practice social distancing, staying home and out of the public space as much as possible, I thought you might appreciate having an opportunity to share your thoughts about the most important things we need to consider as a community as we navigate the upcoming weeks and months of the Covid-19 pandemic. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts, look at what other people are saying and star the thoughts that resonate with you.

 

Kootenay Columbia Trails Society - New Trail Signage (Stop the Spread of COVID-19)

To view the new KCTS signage in regards to stopping the spread of COVID-19, click here.

 

Press Release - Temporary COR COVID Operations - Playground Restrictions (March 23, 2020)

For a Press Release regarding temporary City of Rossland COVID-19 Operations - Playground Restrictions, click here.

 

Meeting Postponement - April 6, 2020 Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiatives Program COW Meeting

Effective immediately, all Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiatives Program and Affected Areas Program (CBT CIP/AAP) public engagement meetings are postponed.  For the City of Rossland, this meeting was initially scheduled for April 6, 2020 and will no longer be held at this time. 

As the program requires public input, which is not currently permitted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBT/RDKB is investigating digital solutions to continue with the meetings in the future.

 

Mayor Moore Letter to Rossland Residents Regarding the City's Response to COVID-19

For Mayor Kathy Moore's letter to Rossland residents regarding the City's response to COVID-19, click here.