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    City Urges Community Input on Childcare Facility

    At the Committee of Whole Council Meeting on October 27, 2020, Council considered the concept and budget for a draft application to the Province’s New Spaces Fund, which provides up to $3 million in funding at $40,000 per childcare space. Read on...
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    Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex COVID-19 Policy Updates

    On October 22, 2020 members of Council, City and Cariboo Regional District staff, and representatives from the Complex’s main user groups met to clarify the COVID-19 guidelines concerning spectators and safety at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. Read on...
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    Joint News Release - Housing survey seeks input from residents

    The City of Williams Lake and Cariboo Regional District are asking local residents to share their opinions on housing in the region, with the launch of an online survey regarding the types of homes most urgently needed in the Central Cariboo and Chilcotin Read on...
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    Free transit service on election day in Williams Lake

    WILLIAMS LAKE – The City of Williams Lake and BC Transit are providing free transit service on October 24, 2020 as part of election day. Read on...
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    Cow Boss Statue Replacement Sponsored by Atlantic Power

    The City of Williams Lake is pleased to announce that, thanks to a generous donation from Atlantic Power, the iconic Cow Boss statue is slated to be replaced in the Spring. Read on...
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    Public Notice – Water Main Flushing

    The City of Williams Lake would like to inform residents that its Utilities Division will be conducting cleaning and flushing of water reservoirs and mains starting October 5, 2020 through October 30, 2020. Read on...
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    City Wide Paving to commence mid-September

    The City of Williams Lake would like to inform residents that street paving works are scheduled to begin in mid-September. Read on...
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    City Hall Limited Visits

    In consideration of the ongoing pandemic, the City of Williams Lake requests that, wherever possible, visits to City Hall be limited to urgent matters, or at the request of City staff. Read on...
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