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Kara Triance appointed as Officer in Charge – Sea to Sky Detachment

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have announced that Kara Triance has been selected as the new Officer in Charge for the Sea to Sky region. Read More

Tuesday's Council meeting hits the trails for a unique look at active transportation opportunities

District of Squamish Council and staff will grab their bikes and take Tuesday's Committee of the Whole meeting "on the road", or on the bike trail in this case, as they... Read More

Congratulations to John Harvey, Premier's Award finalist

Congratulations to John Harvey! John is one of the finalists for a Premier’s Award for his key role in the Sea to Sky Synergy Project: Youth Justice Mentoring and Employment Initiative. Read More

Squamish Fire Rescue annual volunteer recruitment gets underway with open fire practice

Squamish Fire Rescue will kick off its annual recruitment program with a highly visual “open practice” designed to inspire more Squamish residents to serve their community as a volunteer on-call firefighter. Read More

New emergency alert system to connect residents across Squamish and the Squamish Nation in the event of a crisis

A new emergency alert system will allow the District of Squamish and the Squamish Nation to coordinate emergency messaging for all area residents. The two organizations have jointly launched “Squamish Alert” and “Squamish Nation Alert”... Read More

Campfire ban lifted

Following the Province of B.C.’s lift of a campfire fire ban across the Coastal Fire Centre, Squamish Fire Rescue has lifted the Campfire Ban in Squamish as of 12 noon... Read More

District of Squamish reorganizes internal structure

The District of Squamish has reorganized its internal structure to ensure ongoing improvement and increased effectiveness of service delivery, two aspects of its corporate culture that are foundational to the... Read More

Extreme fire danger causes restriction on certain construction activities

The District of Squamish has entered day four of an EXTREME fire hazard, and as such, certain construction and high risk activities may need to cease if within the wildland interface. Read More

Campfire ban and high-risk activity restrictions in effect Wednesday August 17 at noon

Update: August 19 - The District of Squamish has entered day four of an EXTREME fire hazard, restricting certain construction and high risk activities if within the wildland interface.  Read More

Squamish benefits from BikeBC funding

Photo: MLA Sturdy presents $119,372.00 of Bike BC Funding to Councillor Susan Chapelle and District of Squamish CAO and Engineering Staff. Read More

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