Monthly District News
Catch the District News, monthly in the Hope Standard.
TOWNHAUL passes through Hope
Mayor Susan Johnston met with Mayor Mike Clay (Port Moody), Mayor Richard Stewart (Coquitlam) and Mayor Greg Moore (Port Coquitlam) on Friday May 23, 2014 to be part of the TOWNHAUL cross country journey. The three Mayors of the tri-cities are on their way to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Convention, which will be held in Niagara Falls in June. The cross country journey is for the Mayor’s to discuss municipal/local government issues between BC and Niagara Falls; highlight...
FVRL Holds Study Day Sept 12th
The Fraser Valley Regional Library wishes to inform you that they will be holding a system-wide Staff Development Day on Friday, September 12, 2014 which means that all libraries will be closed that day to enable the maximum number of staff to attend this day of training.
In addition to team-building opportunities that foster thier corporate culture, the day will feature breakout sessions led by FVRL staff on topics specifically relevant to library services.
Notice of Stage Two Watering Restrictions
As per District of Hope Water Regulation Bylaw No. 1271, 2009, the District of Hope is now on a Stage Two Watering Restriction.
Watering is permitted on alternate odd or even calendar days based on civic addresses during the hours of 5:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. until September 30, 2014.
Further stage restrictions may be required and issued as deemed necessary.
Hand watering is still permitted on any day of the week.
East Kawkawa Lake Lift Station News Release
The waste water lift station at East Kawkawa Lake will soon be repaired following the discovery of a malfunction May 17th, resulting in the deployment of vacuum trucks to manually remove waste water.
Strategic Community Investment Funds Report Released
The District of Hope has released the 2013 Strategic Community Investment Funds Plan and Progress Report.
UPDATED Hope Community Park Tender Withdrawn
UPDATE. As a result of District of Hope Council discretion, the Sports Bowl Renovation is hereby withdrawn as per Addendum 3.
District Releases CARIP Report
The District of Hope has released the 2012 CARIP Report.
Climate action is a key provincial priority and local governments are key partners in helping to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and create complete, compact and energy-efficient communities.
The Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) is a conditional grant program that provides funding to BC...
Smoke Alarms Save Lives
The District of Hope Fire Department along with Fire Chief Tom DeSorcy, have joined with the Fire Chiefs' Association of BC (FCABC) in promoting working smoke alarms in our province through a special campaign launched this year.
Through a series of Public Service Announcements and a just released video, the campaign targets residents, homeowners, landlords, emergency service personnel and community care workers.
Working toward a Healthier Community
On Friday April 20th, the District of Hope took part in a Healthy Living Trade Show in Burnaby and along with other communities was highlighted in a video featuring trails and hiking thanks to Pathway Partners.
To see the video Click Here.