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District of Squamish Technology Transformation Program gains momentum

District of Squamish technology systems are getting a major upgrade as part of the Technology Transformation Program (TTP), a multi-year operational overhaul to replace outdated and obsolete software systems. The... Read More

61 film productions injected $1.4 million impact to Squamish’s local economy in 2016

Squamish’s unrivaled scenery, small-town charm and city proximity have resulted in a busy year for local film and television productions. Read More

Call for Projects: Squamish Community Carbon Marketplace launched

The District of Squamish is one step closer to achieving carbon-neutrality through its own Community Carbon Marketplace (CCM), an online carbon exchange initiative supporting local projects that target Greenhouse Gas... Read More

District of Squamish aims to combat ‘build first ask permission later’ mentality with new surcharge

Initiating work in Squamish without a permit now comes with a costly consequence. The District of Squamish has introduced new surcharges for unauthorized building, land clearing or site alterations such... Read More

Squamish Murals Project aims to bring colour and creativity to public spaces

Public spaces throughout Squamish will soon be transformed into permanent works of art thanks to a new public art project launched by the District of Squamish. Read More

High streamflow advisory ended Feb 16 4pm

The BC River Forecast Centre has ended the High Streamflow Advisory for the South Coast including, Howe Sound, the Stawamus River and surrounding creeks. Read More

High streamflow advisory issued for Howe Sound

A strong Pacific storm is expected to spread heavy rain across the South Coast over the coming days. Read More

Operations update - Snow clearing efforts

After an approximate snowfall of up to 50 centimetres in 48 hours, District snow clearing crews continue to work around the clock to clean up. Read More

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

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