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The District of Squamish is updating its 20-year old flood hazard management plan and will host an Open House to involve the public in this important process. The Open House will provide information on flood risks in Squamish and seeks public feedback on long-term coastal flood protection options to protect against anticipated sea level rise. A system of flood protection options including sea dikes and flood gates along Squamish’s coastal perimeter will be introduced for feedback and discussion. The Open House will take place October 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Squamish Adventure Centre. Read More »

Residents are invited to attend two upcoming public information events being held at the Squamish Farmer’s Market on October 18 and October 25. Representatives from the District, SODC and Matthews Southwest and Bethel Lands Corporation (MSB) will answer questions about the land deal, rezoning and process ahead. Read More »

Following nine months of intense work representing 550 volunteer hours (and counting), the new Squamish brand strategy and marketing action plan has been revealed. The tagline Hardwired for Adventure and a logo that incorporates Squamish Nation symbolism and the blue of Squamish’s glacial waters, was presented to a packed Council Chambers Tuesday, with many others tuning in to the live broadcast remotely. Read More »

The Squamish Brand Enhancement Project is wrapping up its development phase with a presentation to Council at the September 30 Committee of the Whole beginning at 1 p.m. The presentation will be streamed live, and will be available online following the meeting. Members of the community’s Brand Leadership Team will present to Council. Read More »

The District of Squamish would like to express our apologies to those who tuned in online to stream today's Committee of the Whole meeting and the Woodfibre LNG presentation.  We are aware of how poor the audio quality was and sincerely apologize. Read More »

SQUAMISH, BC – A return to extended sunny, dry weather has resulted in EXTREME fire hazard conditions throughout the District of Squamish, as specified by BC’s Wildfire Management Branch[]. September 12 marks the third day of such a rating, and as a result, all high-risk activities in and around forested areas must cease immediately until further notice. (There are currently no indications that a campfire ban will be reinstated). Read More »

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