Date(s) - Sunday, March 15, 2020 - Thursday, December 31, 2020
Village of Nakusp
Village of Nakusp Office – Is open to the public, however, due to the size of our office space we can only have one (1) member of the public in our office at a time.
Please note that Regular Council Meetings will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium at the Nakusp and District Sports Complex, 200 – 8th Avenue NW – until further notice.
PUBLIC SKATING 2020/2021 – Weekdays Noon – 1PM Weekends 11 AM – 1 PM Until further notice.
Provincial Election – Notice from Elections BC
Lidstone & Company Bulletin: Ministerial Order 314 & Order in Council 485
Development Variance Permit Application – 517 3A Ave NW
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: email@example.com.
PUBLIC NOTICE – NEW Speed Limit – 30 km/h – on Broadway Street between Nelson Avenue and the Downtown Cemetery.
RDCK Media Release – Why did the RDCK change Recycling in the District?
RDCK’s REEP Save Now Program has launched. The program is open to all renters, homeowners, businesses and will run until supplies last. For more information check out the following link: https://rdck.ca/EN/main/services/sustainability-environmental-initiatives/energy/regional-energy-efficiency-program.html
RDCK has teamed with Voyent Alert! to introduce a new notification system for emergency alerts and water advisories. To read more and to register, follow the link: https://rdck.ca/EN/meta/news/news-archives/2020-news-archive/rdck-to-implement-new-notification-system-for-emergency-alerts-and-water-advisories.html
October 2020 Mayor’s Report September 2020 Mayor’s Report August 2020 Mayor’s Report July 2020 Mayor’s Report Spring/Summer Newsletter 2019 Sept/Oct 2019 – Oct 2019 late item up to Dec 4, 2019 February 2020 March 2020
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