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Updated: District of Squamish investigating possible diesel spill in vicinity of Third and Main Streets

A Ministry of Environment (MoE) representative has been on site in Squamish today working with District of Squamish staff to respond to the spill, reported late Wednesday afternoon. Read More

Detour and delay for Paradise & Squamish Valley traffic Nov 16

Paradise Valley and Squamish Valley traffic will encounter delays on Thursday, November 16, 2017 due to urgent CN rail maintenance just south of the Cheakamus River bridge at mile 46.9... Read More

Nominations now open for 2018 B.C. Community Achievement Awards

Do you know of someone who has gone above and beyond to make our community even better? Consider nominating him or her for a 2018 B.C. Read More

Remembrance Day - Hours of Operation

Please note BC Transit holiday hours are in effect on Saturday, November 11. Check your schedule here. Read More

Annual Be Bright @ Night campaign shines the light on pedestrian safety

The District of Squamish, ICBC, RCMP and the Community Policing Office are reminding residents to be bright and be seen with the annual Be Bright @ Night campaign that focuses... Read More

Squamish receives $116,500 in grant funding to support local economic development initiatives over next two years

The District of Squamish and its partners Squamish Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Squamish are the recipients of provincial funding to support local economic development initiatives. Read More

Ammonia use at Brennan Park Recreation Centre Ice Arena

Facilities equipped with ammonia refrigeration systems are safe when properly designed and when their safety is assured by an operational security program. Read More

District of Squamish Public Works Week celebration recognized

Left to Right: Bob Smith, Director of Public Works; Scott Lamont, Operations Supervisor; Eric Houghton, Public Works Labourer; Caroline Waters, Public Works Coordinator; Benjamin Kineshanko, Technical Operations Manager Read More

Potential transit service options identified for Sea to Sky corridor

BC Transit and its Sea to Sky local government partners have released a study showing there is public interest in a potential transit service connecting the communities along the Sea... Read More

‘Drop, Cover and Hold On’ October 19 at 10:19 a.m.

B.C.’s largest earthquake drill is set to return on Thursday, October 19 when residents across the province will ‘Drop, Cover and Hold On’ at precisely 10:19 a.m. Read More

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