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UBCM Resolutions

UBCM Resolutions Passed

September 30, 2016 RE: Grand Forks City Council Resolutions Passed at the Union of BC Municipalities Grand Forks, BC – Grand Forks City Councillors were thrilled to have their resolutions dealing with the privatization of water, municipal tax sales, and the Allowable Annual Cut passed at the UBCM convention. Their leadership showed a belief that…

Summer events 2016

Summer 2016 was full of events and excuses to get outdoors in Grand Forks. From the opening of the Rotary Spray Park and the GFI, right on through to Park in the Park, there weren’t many weekends without a community activity. What were your favourite parts of summer?



Public Notices


Bylaw information

EVER WONDER ABOUT BYLAWS?

The City bylaw officer mainly educates residents about their responsibilities to the community. It is the common resources – water, aesthetic landscapes, and public spaces that are collectively managed to a community standard. The bylaw officer makes sure everyone is aware of that standard and lets them know if they are not meeting it. Unsightly…

Peak Water Use

PUBLIC NOTICE – AESTHETIC WATER QUALITY

Public Notice: Aesthetic Water Quality August 15, 2016 – The City’s water system reached peak demand where all five wells were pumping directly into the distribution lines. Some residents noticed discolouration in their tap water. Because the fifth well pump kicked on suddenly, it stirred up iron and manganese in the lines. This is similar to the spring distribution flushing.…

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PUBLIC NOTICE: CANCELLATION OF AUGUST 15TH, 2016, COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE AND REGULAR MEETINGS OF COUNCIL

The Committee of the Whole & Regular Meetings of Council Scheduled for Monday, August 15th, 2016 have been cancelled.

Grand Forks Mayor Frank Konrad

For the Record – Council Code of Conduct

In direct response to the article and editorial June 29 2016 in the Grand Forks Gazette about the Council Code of Conduct:


PUBLIC NOTICE: 2017 PROPOSED PERMISSIVE TAX EXEMPTIONS

September 21st, 2016 – Pursuant to Section 227 of the Community Charter, Public Notice is hereby given that Grand Forks City Council is considering adopting proposed 2017 Annual Tax Exemption Bylaw 2033 to exempt certain properties used for worship and not-for-profit purposes from taxation in 2017.