Rejuvenate in our pristine hot springs, revel in our backyard – fish, paddle, play, ski, snowmobile . . .
Know your neighbours, walk to work, cycle to the shops or to the theatre . . .
Welcome to Nakusp!
January 27, 2021
Invasive Species Did you know that all residence are to dispose of invasive plants on their property in an environmentally … Read More
Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Program Funding
December 14, 2020
2021 Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Program Funding January 4 – February 26, 2021. Application Guide and … Read More
Nakusp & Area Community Forest (NACFOR)
November 13, 2020
Nakusp Wildfire Risk Reduction Projects – Work is beginning on a fuel management program in Nakusp for wildfire risk reduction … Read More
RDCK – Regional District Central Kootenay
November 3, 2020
All Regional District Central Kootenay updates and community information will be available here, with the newest information at the top. … Read More
Friday, November 20, 2020 - Friday, December 31, 2021
Please note that Regular Council Meetings will be held at 6:30 p.m. virtually – until further notice.
A message from the RCMP – Fraud Awareness
Provincial Government – Small Business Grant Opportunities
Test your internet speed and let CBT know!
2021 Recycling Schedule HERE
Public Notice – Property Tax Hot Spring Passes expiry extension
Lidstone & Company Bulletin: Ministerial Order 314 & Order in Council 485
A DRAFT copy of the OCP is now available to be viewed. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns about the DRAFT OCP, please contact Cheryl Martens, CAO at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PUBLIC NOTICE – NEW Speed Limit – 30 km/h – on Broadway Street between Nelson Avenue and the Downtown Cemetery.
Village of Nakusp Water Supply Update
“I’ve been asked to compile my vision of what I would like to see accomplished in the next 10 years. This is not Council’s initiative – this is my own wish list.” – Mayor Tom Zeleznik Mayor’s Predictions
Nakusp is Openfor Business
Focusing on the arts, natural resources, retailand tourism sectors, Nakusp exhibits a vibrant,rural economy in harmony with its environment.Find out about doing business in Nakusp
BC's 1st Fair Trade Community
Nakusp was the first town in British Columbia,and the 4th in Canada, to become a Fair Trade Town!Discover more about fair trade
Relax. Refresh. Return.
Enjoy the naturally cleanest and clearest hot springsin British Columbia - you are welcome all year-round!Nakusp Hot Springs, Chalets & Campground
Spectacular Summer Camping
Camp under the stars at theNakusp Municipal Campground,in the heart of our beautiful, friendly village.Book your Municipal Campground spot