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Current highlights from the City of Powell River Council Meetings
The outbreak is occurring throughout Powell River and can result in damage to trees and forested areas.
Due to unprecedented dry conditions and the associated increase in water consumption, the City is implementing Stage 2 Water Restrictions.
The public engagement process for the City of Powell River’s proposed new Fire Hall / Emergency Services Facility will provide residents’ views and knowledge of the project.
Changes made to mask policy, pre-registration for weekly schedules open and summer programs begin.
The purchaser plans to license and operate a craft cannabis production facility
Getting rid of Knotweed. There are options to help stop the knotweed invasion Powell River.
Grants totaling $1,534,064.58 will be distributed among 11 community organizations, including the City.
The bylaw is to protect public safety and property from the potential risks caused by vacant and derelict buildings.
Heat Pump & Electrical Service Rebates
Provincial rebates are available for heat pump water heaters and electrical service upgrades.
Ownership and rental housing affordability is in a critical state throughout our region.
We are pleased to announce that Tara O’Donnell is joining our team as the new Director of Parks, Recreation and Culture.
The City of Powell has been successful in its applications for grants totalling $915,402 from the Government of BC’s Tourism Dependent Communities Fund.
The extension will increase the amount and type of air traffic into the community.
Program allows participating premises to be recognized and identified as a safe haven for members of the LGBTQ2S+ 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.