The Heartbeat of Our City
Rosslanders are a health conscious bunch who enjoy taking care of their well-being. We have beautiful mountain air, and plenty of natural beauty to enjoy, as well as services and facilities to keep us feeling our best. Below are other resources available to the community keeping in the spirit of health and wellness.
Rossland welcomes vacationers and stay-cationers! Whether you’re visiting or just want to know what is going on – get the Information you need below.
Health & Emergency Services
For any emergency, call 9-1-1. Learn more about nearby emergency services & amenities below.
Transportation In & Around Rossland
There’s no point in planning a trip if you don’t know how to get here.
Education, Child Care & Youth Resources
Investing in our youth: Rossland is home to great schools and resources for youth of all ages.
Rossland Seniors Centre
Rossland Branch No. 45 is located at 1916 First Avenue. The Seniors Centre Association, is a registered non-profit organization, that operates on an open-door policy. Membership is available for $10 per year. This contributes to 95% of the free perks available at the Centre. Some of the programs on offer include a quilters guild, an art program, computer programming and skills.
Rossland Seniors Centre Weekly Programming
|Monday||Arts Program & Quilter Guild|
|Tuesday||Computer Programming & AA Group|
Other Resources and Services
The Rossland Public Library is located at 2180 Columbia Avenue. The library houses books, videos, books on tape, CD’s, and magazines. It also offers computer terminal for word processing, internet and email as well as wireless Internet services for laptop users. There are a variety of reading programs throughout the year including weekly offerings such as Books and Babies, Lego Days and Books for Seniors. Please see the Rossland Library website for more information and hours of operation.
Rossland is a fun community that knows how to have fun. If you’d like to get involved with one of our many volunteer/community organizations, please contact the group directly. If your organization is missing from the list please contact us and we will be happy to help you.
Trail FAIR Society (Family and Individual Resource Society)
Providing free, confidential services in the Greater Trail area. Working with families for a strong community. Services available range from Family resources, Counselling, Crisis & Legal Assistance and other community services.
Rossland REAL Food
Rossland REAL Food seeks to encourage the growing of food and the strengthening of local food systems in the community. We do this through a variety of initiatives including: Hosting gardening and other food related workshops The Rossland Community Garden, The Rossland Mountain Market, Edible Garden Tours, Harvest Rescue. Working with the local government to help educate the community about food security issues. By joining the Rossland REAL Food email list you will receive updates on local food initiatives and projects. The coordinators and organizers for Rossland REAL Food are volunteers. If you are interested in helping out with any of the above initiatives, our organizing group would welcome your energy and ideas. Go to their Facebook Page for further details.