Municipal Government

Lumby Fire Department upgrades vehicle fleet

Out is the old bush truck, complete with homemade solutions, and in is a new vehicle


Summerland adopts sign policy for Bottleneck Drive members

Policy governs directional signs for wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries


North Okanagan regional district board delays food scraps ban

Move is to help businesses and organizations during pandemic


Township of Spallumcheen opens office to public again

Protocols in place but you can do business in office if you so choose

City of Vernon looking to create dog beach on Okanagan Lake

Applications made to Victoria that would pave way for beach/park west of Kin Beach

Armstrong close to zero per cent tax hike

Council approves amended budget featuring one per cent increase

Special weather statement has City of Armstrong asking residents to use caution

Levels in Meighan and Deep Creeks have been dropping, but potential downpours could impact creeks

North Okanagan regional district’s finances in great shape

Audit shows RDNO finished 2019 under budget with plenty in reserves

Vernon mayor ready for recovery, cautious of second COVID-19 wave

Letter to B.C. government outlines city’s activities and eagerness to return to normal

Summerland to offer livestreaming of council meetings

Initiative expected for May 11 public meeting

Summerland mayor anticipates relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions

Directives have been in place for the past month and a half

Armstrong cuts more than $100K from city budget

City edits budget to avoid tax hike amid COVID-19

Civic staff movement takes place in North Okanagan

Armstrong corporate officer hired in Coldstream, after Coldstream’s moves to Vernon

Spallumcheen brushing program draws resident’s ire

Man says the township’s program is damaging roads

Summerland tax deadline extended to Sept. 30

Council chooses to further extend property tax timeline as a result of COVID-19 pandemic

Summerland council considers development permit applications

Seven applications on agenda for April 27, despite COVID-19 pandemic

Summerland’s property tax deadline extended

Municipality of Summerland responds to financial challenges resulting from COVID-19 pandemic

Summerland to provide relief on utility bills during COVID-19 pandemic

Water rates to decrease in July and August; reductions sought for electrical rates

City of Armstrong staff challenged to amend budget

Council tasks staff with seeing if they can bring back approved budget with zero increases

City of Armstrong discusses waste collection proposals

Public is encouraged to send requests, information and questions to the city as part of discussions