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!
Arrow Slocan Tourism Association (ASTA) – regional branding
January 14, 2020
The Arrow Slocan Tourism Association (ASTA) is undertaking a regional branding process to help communicate to visitors who the Arrow … Read More
January 3, 2020
To get all your up to date information on events and adventures that are happening in our area – check out the Nakusp & … Read More
RDCK – BOARD HIGHLIGHTS
January 3, 2020
Regional District of Central Kootenay – Nelson BC – Board Highlights – For more information regarding the highlights of the RDCK … Read More
Improving Internet access for people in the Kootenays
March 27, 2019
Improved high-speed internet is on the way for 26 communities in the Kootenays, bringing people opportunities to learn, connect and … Read More
Tuesday, December 31, 2019 - Thursday, December 31, 2020
Village of Nakusp office hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
Check out the Request for Proposal – 2020 RFP-01 – Single Axel Dump Truck – Closing date Friday, March 27, 2020 at 3:00 pm
Columbia Basin Trust Community/Initiatives and Affected Areas Program Funding (CIP/AAP) – 2020 Grant Applications will be open from January 6 to February 28. All applications must be completed ONLINE. Check link for more information.
SNOW REMOVAL: Sidewalks: When snowfalls are less than ten centimeters, it shall be up to the adjoining property owner to clear snow from the sidewalks adjacent to their property. Sidewalk snow can be pushed onto the adjacent street for removal by Public Works Crews.
Parking Lots/Private Land: Snow from business parking lots or private land including drive ways, shall not be pushed onto the roadway. It is the property owner’s responsibility to have this snow removed.
On Street Parking: Every highway and portion of Highway within the Village of Nakusp is a designated Snow Removal Route. No person shall stop or park a vehicle on any street or road that is designated as a snow removal route during the period of November 15 to April 1 between the hours of 5 am – 9 am, daily.
PUBLIC NOTICE – NEW Speed Limit – 30 km/h – on Broadway Street between Nelson Avenue and the Downtown Cemetery.
Mayor’s Predictions – “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
Village of Nakusp Water Supply Update
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