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May 22, 2024

Back Enderby Road Temporary Road Closure  

Please be advised that a portion of Back Enderby Road between Highway 97A and Mountain View Road will be closed to all traffic on Monday, May 27, 2024 from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm for full depth rebuild and road reclamation. Traffic is able to detour to Highway 97A via Mountainview Road.

Okanagan Aggregates will be on site performing this work and signage will be posted on Highway 97A and Mountainview Road indicating the scheduled closure. Once the necessary pulverizing is complete, Back Enderby Road will return to single lane alternating traffic.

Perimeter Flagging will be on site and the Township of Spallumcheen asks that you observe all safety signage and equipment on site.
The Township of Spallumcheen appreciates your patience and cooperation as the project is completed.

Phone: 250-546-3013
Email: mail@spallumcheentwp.bc.ca

February 2024

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May 2024

Best Wishes for the Fire Chief

Chief Cummings moving on after 3 decades!

The Township of Spallumcheen would like to join the City of Armstrong in bidding a farewell to the Fire Chief, Ian Cummings. After 30+ years supporting the Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department, Chief Cummings is undertaking a new adventure assuming the role of Fire Chief for the District of Peachland on May 27, 2024.

Long History of Service

Chief Cummings has been a dedicated presence in our community for over 30 years. First as a paid on-call member and transitioning to a paid on-call Fire Chief in 2009 and finally as our first full time Fire Chief in 2017. “Chief Cummings has been an important part of our community for many years. It’s an amazing thing to see someone dedicate 30+ years of their life to protecting others.” said Mayor Christine Fraser. “Council, staff and our entire community wish him and his family the best moving forward.”

In addition to his role here in the Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department Chief Cummings has often provided his expertise in structure protection to the BC Wildfire service and his deployments around the province have made an impact far beyond our borders.

Related Information

While honoring the career of Chief Cummings the Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Commission has plans in place to ensure the continued provision of fire services for our community. Deputy Chief/Training Officer Ian McKechnie will continue on in his duties with the support of Fire Prevention Officer Martin McQuade, both full time career members of the Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department and the many paid on-call highly trained members of the department.

Full Press Release Available Here