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News & Notices

RFP - Recreation Public Input Process

The City of Rossland is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or firms to execute a public information and input process regarding both current and future recreational facilities, programs and services offered in the community and region.

The outcome must be an understanding of the preferred recreation alternatives or options / trends that lead the City in the development of future facilities, programs and services specific to Rossland and its surrounding area.

The successful Consultant will have demonstrated experience in public consultation activities related to recreation, particularly within the context of Local Government operations.

All proposals are to be submitted and clearly marked “Request for Proposals - City Of Rossland Recreation Public Input” by Monday June 4, 2018 4:00 pm (PST) to:



Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) for Flood Damage


Major flooding in the Central and South East parts of BC that began on April 26th and is still ongoing has caused property and content damages. As a result of the damages sustained from this freshet event, provincial Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) has been authorized for qualifying claimants, such as home owners, residential tenants, small business owners, farmers, charitable organizations and local government bodies (including first nation communities), who were unable to obtain insurance to cover these disaster-related losses.


Council Connects - May 2018

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Street Light Upgrades - Phase 4

Street Light Improvement Project

2018 - Phase 4

In 2016, Council approved a pilot project to change all of the street lights in the Pinewood Area to LED lights. With the success of this project and through grants provided by FortisBC, Council has approved Policy #07-03 to change all of the streetlights to LED lights over the next two years. The new lights will be either LED54 watt (equivalent to 100 watt) or LED72 watt (equivalent to 150 watt) with a 3000 K rating.


RFP - Sensus Water Meters Upgrade