Protective Services encompasses three branches of our community’s public safety response: Fire Rescue, RCMP, and the Squamish Emergency Program.
Public safety and emergency management have always been critical functions of local governments. However, in current times, there is a need for these roles to enhance partnerships, both in our community and within the national and provincial safety networks.
The goals and objectives of Protective Services are directed towards making the community of Squamish a safer environment in which to live, learn, work and play.
July 20, 2016
Traditional Squamish Nation blessing of Xwu’nekw Canoe Shelter planned for Thursday
*Update: View photos from the blessing ceremony here.
July 15, 2016
Artwork chosen for ‘Connecting Squamish Neighbourhoods’ public art project
The District of Squamish Public Art Select Committee is pleased to announce three permanent art installations by Squamish-based artist Christina Nick.