News & Notices

City of Rossland Spring Newsletter 2020

Click here for the City of Rossland: Spring 2020 Newsletter

Information you can find in this newsletter:

  • Community Wildfire Hazard Prepardness day is May 2nd.  Just in time for the start of the City's Spring Clean-Up Program beginning on May 4th.
  • Current City Operations and COVID-19 updates and resources
  • Bill payment options
  • Provincial Fire Bans
  • Bylaw Reminders
The City of Rossland would like to thank all Rossland citizens for their adherance to Provincial Health Orders and guidelines.  City Staff appreciate your patience and are happy to assist you if you have any questions: email or call (250) 362-7396.


Public Notice: Cannabis Retail Application 2185 Columbia Ave


Click here for more information on the application


Greater Trail & District RCMP Stay at Home Campaign Poster


Open Burning Restrictions Issued for BC

Open Burning Restrictions Issued for all High Smoke Sensitivity Zones in BC

The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, in collaboration with provincial public health partners, has issued open burning restrictions for all High Smoke Sensitivity Zones across the province until Monday, June 15, 2020. These restrictions are directly in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the effect pollutants have on viral respiratory infections.

The restrictions include Category 2 and 3 open fires. The ban also includes the use of fireworks, sky lanterns and the use of burn barrels or cases of any size or description.

For additional information, please click here.


Video Message from Mayor Moore (April 7th, 2020)