The City of Powell River Annual Report for 2022 is now available for public inspection and comment.
If you’re a fire chief or a deputy chief or a fire captain who’s ready for your next step up the ladder, this position could be for you.
If you possess a strong strategic orientation, can lead change, think innovatively, possess political acuity, and have an exceptional understanding of governance, we would like to hear from you.
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Current highlights from the City of Powell River Council Meetings
Removal of Knotweed. There are options to help stop the knotweed invasion in Powell River.
Stay informed on the biggest infrastructure project in Powell River's history.
Estimate your 2023 Property Tax Notice based on proposed rates. These are preliminary tax rates that are subject to change and the final tax rates will not be adopted until May.
OpenBook is the City of Powell River’s draft financial plan visualization tool that shows detailed revenue and expenditures for 2023 with yearly comparisons.
Everything you need to know about what goes where, when you recycle.
Your space to share ideas, discuss important topics, provide feedback on policy, planning and contribute to the future of Powell River.
Thank you to everyone who joined us in conversation over the past few months about the request from the Tla’amin Nation for the City of Powell River to consider a name change. The consultants and the Joint Working Group have completed their reports. The reports can be viewed on the Possible Name Change Process webpages.
The City of Powell River and qathet Regional District are introducing a new, free app to deliver an improved solid waste collection and education service to residents.
A locally developed and produced video and print story series aims to help shine a light on the creative ways residents adapted to the local housing crisis and found a place to call home.
It’s not if, it’s when. Make sure your business is ready for an emergency or disaster and you have a recovery plan in place with this new guide.
Ownership and rental housing affordability is in a critical state throughout our region.
The plan outlines required improvements to the Complex now and in the future.
The Plan will play a critical role in the future development of parks, trails and infrastructure for biking, walking and wheeling.