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Public Notice - June 7, 2023 Coffee with the Mayor has been cancelled

Coffee with the Mayor has been cancelled.

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BC Helps Farmers Prepare for Extreme Weather

Farmers and ranchers are being supported with a new round of funding to help strengthen their resilience to wildfires, flooding and extreme heat, and mitigate future climate impacts.

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Wildfire Smoke and Your Health

As summer begins, it's important for us all to prepare for wildfire smoke. Wildfires produce thick smoke that can be a big source of poisonous air pollutants. This pollution contains gases and fine specks (not visible to the human eye) that enter our lungs and bloodstream, sometimes leading to serious health issues.   Smoke can carry hundreds or thousands of kilometres from the fire zone. There is no safe level of exposure for most of these pollutants. This means that smoke can damage...

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You're Invited! Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department Open House

Fire Department Open House

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Be Prepared for Extreme Heat

Prepare Yourself for hot days ahead!

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Stay Up to Date with the Latest Emergency Info with the Alertable App

Stay up to date with the latest emergency info

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Media Release - Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Truck en route to Guatemala

The Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Services Commission (ASFSC) approved the donation of a fire truck to be delivered to AMEDICAusa Inc. for use in the Republic of Guatemala.

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People encouraged to prepare for floods, wildfire risks due to anticipated heat

With unseasonably hot weather forecast for most parts of British Columbia this weekend and into next week, people are encouraged to stay informed about potential risks.

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Public Notice: the Open Burning period had ended

Open air burning of Non-compostable vegetation is PERMITTED in the Township of Spallumcheen from November 1 each year to April 30 of the following year unless a fire ban has been issued by the Fire Chief. Please note open burning is explicitly PROHIBITED in the Residential R1 and R5 Zones(Residential Single Family & Residential Manufactured Home Community).  -R1 Zone includes McLeod Subdivision and Udy Subdivision.  -R5 Zone includes all mobile home parks within the...

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BC Energy Step Code Changes May 1, 2023

The Province informed local governments that it has amended the Building Act and BC Building Code to implement Step 3 of the performance-based BC Energy Step Code, requiring most new construction in BC to be 20% more energy efficient than 2018 Building Code. This will not affect current building permits or in-progress applications but will affect any building permit applications made on or after May 1st, 2023 across the province.

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