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City Beat

Chief Administrative Officer tenders his resignation

February 27th, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Grand Forks, BC – Mr. Doug Allin has tendered his resignation from his position as the Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Grand Forks effective March 24th, 2017. “I would like to thank the Council & Staff for their hard work and dedication over the last several years.…

Tire and oil round-up

March 18: Tire and Oil Round-up

Bring your old tires and used oil to OK Tire March 18, 2017 to get rid of them for FREE!  

Public Notices

Black Train Bridge Construction

Argosy Construction will be preparing for the continuation of the water main project. Please watch out when traveling in this area.

Satisfaction Survey 2017

Satisfaction Survey

If you received a login letter, please go to this survey. If you did not receive a login letter but would like to complete the survey, please go to this survey. The City of Grand Forks is conducting a Community Satisfaction Survey to gather your feedback about the City’s programs and services. The survey will…

Well 5 water quality all clear

Water Quality All Clear

The aesthetic water quality alert has been lifted. The well is back online and any discoloration or taste should be flushed through the system by now.

Well 5 aesthetic water quality

Aesthetic Water Quality Alert

The City’s water utility is pumping from its fifth well after it has been idle for some time. Some residents will notice discolouration or undesirable flavour in their tap water. This is mainly iron and manganese in the lines. If you notice this, please run your tap until clear. It is not harmful but will…


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.