A $25 permit is required for backyard burning of garden and yard debris for the month of November in the City of Powell River.
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As part of ongoing efforts to protect and enhance the quality and safety of drinking water, the City of Powell River will begin a water main flushing program in Townsite on Monday, October 19, 2020.
The City of Powell River has opened the application process and established Terms of Reference for the Liquid Waste Management Plan (LWMP Monitoring Committee).
The initial phase will involve clearing of vegetation, grubbing of stumps, and removal of rubbish from the site. Work will begin on Wednesday, October 14, 2020.
Receive up to $8,350 in rebates for switching from an oil, gas or propane powered heating system to an electric heat pump. Registration is first come, first served, while quantities last, so act fast!
The survey is the final public engagement before taking the draft plan to Council.
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The Climate Action Award in a Small Coastal Town goes to the City’s overall corporate climate action strategy.
The 2019 Annual Report is now available for public inspection.
New online engagement platform opens civic conversation
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