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City of Rossland COVID-19 Community Support Fund (2CSF)

City of Rossland COVID-19 Community Support Fund (2CSF)


In late 2020, the City of Rossland received $1,257,000 in provincial funding under the COVID‐19 Safe Restart Grant for Local Governments as part of the Province’s previously announced estimated $2 billion joint federal/provincial spending program related to COVID-19. This funding supports local governments as they deal with increased operating costs and lower revenue due to COVID‐19 and will ensure continuance of services people depend on in their communities. Eligible costs include:


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 and 911 for appropriate, serious emergency situations.



Where can I find the City’s most recent press releases related to COVID-19?


For Immediate Release - Rossland Arena Open - Updated December 4th


Press Release – For Immediate Release - December 4, 2021

Rossland Arena NOW OPEN

Saturday, December 4, 2021, staff has completed the emergency maintenance to the mechanical system at the Rossland Arena.

All programs/bookings at the arena and the curling rink are now open.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

For more information contact:

Holly Borwick, Recreation Programmer


Request for Proposals - Recreation Master Plan

The City of Rossland is inviting proposals for the delivery of a comprehensive Recreation Master Plan in 2022.

The City of Rossland has a variety of Recreation facilities including parks, community hall, outdoor seasonal pool, arena and curling facility and trail network. With this request for proposals, we seek a qualified consultant to work with City of Rossland staff to establish community-based priorities for these, and future, recreational facilities and services.

The Recreation Master Plan is expected to provide a framework for decision making based on facility status, community needs, regional context and financial considerations.

To view the complete Request for Proposals: click here


Update to Requirements for Public Skating and Facility Rentals/Events