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Behind the OCP: Two District planners talk about the rewards and challenges of updating the community plan

Exactly what goes into shaping a community plan? Last year, District of Squamish Council and staff invited residents, businesses and community groups to identify, share and discuss their visions, issues... Read More

BC Timber Sales invites input on proposed block and road development

District of Squamish Council has reviewed the BC Timber Sales letter linked to below, and wishes to share it with the community for broader input.  Read More

High Streamflow Advisory for the South Coast has ended

The River Forecast Centre is ending a High Streamflow Advisory for the South Coast including: Read More

High Streamflow Advisory issued for the South Coast

The River Forecast Centre is issuing a High Streamflow Advisory for the South Coast including: Read More

New in 2017 – Utilities late payment penalty introduced to improve municipal cash flow

Updated January 19, 2017: Following community feedback, District of Squamish Council revised the penalty aspect of this policy from a one-time 10 per cent penalty to a two-time five and five... Read More

3 ways to recycle your tree

Wondering what to do with your tree now that the holiday season has officially come to an end? Here are three ways to recycle it.  Read More

Donation drive in place for residents affected by Emerald Place fire

MountainFM has set up a donation drive for the residents of five townhouse units in Emerald Place Estates who were affected by the December 13 residential fire.  Read More

4 ways to pay your Utility bill on time

Still need to pay your utility bill? Avoid interest charges by making a payment before December 31.  Read More

Dr. David Strangway’s impact on Squamish “profound”

The District of Squamish wishes to express deep sadness over the passing of Quest University Canada founder, Dr. David Strangway. Read More

Operational update - Snow, snow, snow!

December 11, 10 a.m. - District of Squamish Operations crews have been kept busy over the last 48 hours with the heavy, continuous snowfall that has blanketed the community, much... Read More

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