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Council Newsletter - November 2017 Newsletter 1-12-2017 download

Newsletter 30-11-2017 download

Council Connects September 2017 Newsletter 27-9-2017 download


December 14, 2017 Committee-Of-The-Whole, Public Hearing, and Special Agenda Packages

Please click here for the Committee-Of-The-Whole agenda package.

Please click here for the Public Hearing agenda package.

Please click here for the Special agenda package.


Council Newsletter - November 2017

Message from Mayor Kathy:
Many thanks to the Legion for hosting our annual
Remembrance Day celebration. It was a moving event with an
excellent turnout at the cenotaph.


Short term Rental Information

December 1, 2017

Press Release – For Immediate Release                                                                                               


Employment Opportunity - Recreation Programmer



40 hours per Week

The City of Rossland has an opening for a full-time permanent Recreation Programmer commencing in late December 2017 or early January 2018. 

Reporting to the Manager of Recreation and Events, the Recreation Programmer is primarily responsible for responding to public inquiries in matters of recreation and community services.  The Recreation Programmer will liaise with community groups and organizations, provide excellent customer service and will assist in facility scheduling, maintaining operating records, research, preparing reports and recreation programming.


Business License Bylaw Amendments

November 24, 2017

Press Release – For Immediate Release

Rossland, BC - The City of Rossland has recently undertaken activities in relation to a comprehensive review and updating of our current Local Business Licence practices. As a result of above, a new Business Licence Bylaw (#2326) was formally adopted by Council in October 2017. A summary of the key amendments are provided below:


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