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News & Notices

Public Hearing - 1866 Monita St - Short term Rental

 

Public Hearing - 1633 Second Ave - Short term Rental

 

Knotweed Program

Knotweed is an invasive plant that has the potential for high economic costs because of the damage it can pose to property, infrastructure and the environment. Knotweed can penetrate pavement, damaging roads, foundations and drainage systems, it can also clog waterways altering drainage patterns causing flooding.  See brochure below for more information.

The City of Rossland has adopted a bylaw(see below) requiring that all property owners in the City of Rossland ensure that his or her property is cleared of and remains free from knotweed.  The bylaw also states that should the owner fail to remove the knotweed, that the City may clear the noxious weed by any means necessary, at the expense of the person defaulting.

 

Media Release: City Recreation / Culture Public Input Project

 

Cancellation of October 22 and November 13 Regular Meetings + Schedule of Inaugural Meeting

the Inaugural Meeting for the 2018‐2022 Rossland City Council be scheduled for
November 8, 2018 and FURTHER, the previously scheduled Regular Council Meetings of
October 22, 2018 and November 13, 2018 be cancelled.

Notice is hereby given that the Inaugural Meeting for the 2018‐2022 Rossland City Council be held on November 8, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the Miners' Hall.

In light of the election, the previously scheduled Regular Council Meetings of October 22, 2018 and November 13, 2018 have been cancelled.