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blockwatch meeting Jan 17 2018 rescheduled

Meeting 6 pm RESCHEDULED to January 25, 2018

Now scheduled for Thursday January 25! At Community Futures Boundary. Learn more about the Block Watch program and how to volunteer! More information – 250-443-4594

Building a Safe & Secure Grand Forks Meeting Notes

December 14, 2017 (6:00 – 8:00 p.m.) in the Dr. D. A. Perley Elementary School gymnasium [Access at the approximate time (h:mm) indicators for more details] City Initiatives (prior to community input ( prior to 0.55) meetings and follow-up letters with government officials on homelessness, crime, addictions and mental health issues bylaw enforcement: extension…

Public Notices

Kettle River in Grand Forks

Water Levels Update

June 2, 2017 – From the EOC: “This morning, the forecast models have been reduced to levels below those experienced in early May. With low call volumes to the EOC and lower forecasted river levels, we do not anticipate being open after today.” You can find more information on the RDKB website.

Kettle River in Grand Forks

Rising River and Creek Levels

Update June 2, 2017 – Water levels are projected to remain high but not more than on May 6. Please keep any sand bags in place. Do not pump water from your basement into the sewer system. Update May 24, 2017 – The RDKB has re-activated the Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) in response to rising projected…

Council Meeting Chambers

PUBLIC NOTICE: Change of COTW and Regular Meeting Dates

The Committee of the Whole Meeting and the Regular Meeting of Council scheduled for Monday, June 12th, 2017, will now be held on Monday, June 19th, 2017 at: 7217 – 4th Street City Hall Council Chambers

sewer back online

Sewer System Back Online

At approximately 12:00pm on Thursday, staff were alerted to a series of failures at Industrial Lift Station. This is the one next to the lagoons that takes wastewater from all of the City and pushes it to the treatment plant. Staff acted immediately by channeling the wastewater directly into the sewage lagoons using hydro-vac trucks and…


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.