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The documents available on-line are for private study or research purposes only, and they are not the official documents of the City of Rossland. Only the printed version of a document issued by the Corporate Officer is the official version. The City of Rossland does not warrant the accuracy or the completeness of the on-line data and in no event will the City be liable or responsible to any person for damages of any kind arising out of the use of the documents contained here. It is the responsibility of the person using this information to ensure that it accurately reflects current information. Persons who need to rely on a document for legal or other purposes may obtain the official version from the Corporate Officer.

Visit the City's Document Library to view several Reports and Studies:  Document Library

Some of the Reports and Studies available include:

  • Annual Water Reports
  • Age-Friendly Action Plans
  • Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) Reports
  • Climate Change and Energy Reports
  • Corporate Management Plans
  • Development Procedures
  • Finance Reports
  • Heritage Homes Inventroy
  • Infrastructure Reports
  • Strategic Plans
  • Visions to Action Strategic Sustainability Plan (SSP)
  • Wetland Restoration Project Reports

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Stage 3 Outdoor Water Use Restriction - Effective July 23, 2021

To view the details of the restrictions and for the City's Summer Newsletter: CLICK HERE

 

COVID-19 Information & Updates

To report concerns around PHO order violations by businesses, venues or individuals, contact our Rossland bylaw office at City Hall, 250-362-7396. Our local bylaw officer can follow up on concerns, and engage the police department and WorkSafeBC as necessary. If you are unable to reach our local bylaw office, contact the Trail RCMP detachment’s 24/7 non-emergency line: 250-364-2566 (Remember, calling 911 is only appropriate in serious, emergency situations.)

Where can I read about the Province’s COVID-19 vaccination plan?

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/emergency-preparedness-response-recovery/covid-19-provincial-support

 

FireSmart Summer Wildfire Debris Disposal

 

Survey Regarding Regulatory Barriers For Rossland Business

The Rossland Economic Development Taskforce is looking for input about the bylaws and regulations that may impede the success of businesses in Rossland. This topic was raised in our recent Business Survey and we are looking for more details to help understand any regulatory barriers to success for businesses and business owners in our city.

If you have personal experiences or have heard of specific issues on this topic we’d love to have you take a few minutes to provide additional detail and input in this short survey

Or you can reach out directly to rosslandedtf@gmail.com

 

Press Release - Changes to Rossland Recreation Programming Due to Air Quality (effective July 26, 2021)

JULY 26, 2021

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                       

CHANGES TO ROSSLAND RECREATION PROGRAMMING DUE TO AIR QUALITY 

Due to wildfire throughout BC and the United States, Rossland Recreation staff is monitoring the air quality in Rossland on an ongoing basis. As the Air Quality Health Index conditions were recorded as ‘very high risk’ this morning, staff have adjusted their programming and facility schedules accordingly.

In order to protect staff and patrons, summer camps and all outdoor programming has been moved indoors to various facilities. Staff will continue to monitor the conditions and make necessary adjustments.