Trail Closures - Line construction for the Consolidated Wastewater Treatment Plant will result in closure of Willingdon Beach Trail and Lower Millennium Park Trails beginning November 1, 2021.
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Current highlights from the City of Powell River Council Meetings
The new curbside collection system is now city-wide.
A series of public information sessions on the proposed Firehall/Emergency Services Facility are set to begin.
Heat Pump & Electrical Service Rebates
Provincial rebates are available for heat pump water heaters and electrical service upgrades.
Monthly updates keep you informed of project starts and completions, important and public notices.
As of Wednesday, September 1, the City has reverted to Stage 1 Water Restriction.
The aging gas-powered Zamboni used at the Recreation Complex has been replaced with a new emission-free electric lithium battery powered Zamboni.
Hall of Fame recognizes sports figures in the qathet region who have made a lasting impact.
Massive tower crane be will utilized in the construction of the new Consolidated Wastewater Treatment plant.
Effective Monday, August 23, 2021, vehicle and pedestrian traffic on the haul road through the Consolidated Wastewater Treatment Plant (CWWTP) construction site will be restricted.
The City of Powell River, in partnership with the qathet Regional District and Tla’amin Nation through the regional social planning program has been awarded $772,199.00 in funding to support unsheltered homeless people.
Getting rid of Knotweed. There are options to help stop the knotweed invasion Powell River.
Ownership and rental housing affordability is in a critical state throughout our region.
The extension will increase the amount and type of air traffic into the community.
The plan outlines required improvements to the Complex now and in the future.
Zunga offers fast, fun, easy, low-cost on-demand travel. Use the Zunga Bus app and book your trip now.