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Lillooet City Hall
615 Main Street
P.O. Box 610
Lillooet, BC V0K 1V0
Phone: 250-256-4289
Fax: 250-256-4288
cityhall@lillooetbc.ca

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Dec
11

UPDATED: Highway 99 N Closures (Ten Mile Slide)

December 11, 2018
Kiewit is currently working as the prime contractor for the ten mile slide project (17km North of Lillooet, BC on Highway 99). Please note the following upcoming road closures.

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Dec
11

Employment Opportunity: Seasonal Lifeguard/Swim Instructor (4 Positions)

December 11, 2018
As a Lifeguard/Swim instructor you will provide a safe, fun and welcoming environment for users. You will perform routine maintenance such as cleaning change rooms and performing regular checks of water quality and equipment functions. You will be required to teach private, group and school lessons to all ages (mainly children). You will assist with planning and running special event swims such as games days and loonie swims. You must be comfortable with a flexible work schedule and shift-work, and have the ability to work both as a member of a team and unsupervised.

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Dec
11

Notice of Special Meeting - Thursday, December 13, 2018

December 11, 2018
TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to Section 127 of the Community Charter, notice is hereby given that the following Special Meeting of Council has been called as follows:  

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Dec
03

Licensing Groundwater in BC

December 03, 2018
If you are using groundwater (from a well or dugout) for non-domestic uses you are legally required to submit a groundwater licence application before March 1, 2019.

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Nov
30

District of Lillooet Newsletter: December

November 30, 2018
Looking to stay informed on what's happening with the District of Lillooet? Make sure to check back each month for our newsletters!

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Nov
27

MOTI Information Bulletin: Soil anchor installation set for slide site on Highway 99

November 27, 2018
LILLOOET – Key stability work and road improvements soon will begin at Ten Mile Slide as preparations continue toward a long-term solution on one of British Columbia's most technically challenging slide sites.

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Nov
23

Notice of Special Meeting

November 23, 2018
Notice of Special Meeting November 26, 2018...

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Nov
06

2019 Regular Council Meeting Schedule

November 06, 2018
At the November 5, 2018 Inaugural Council Meeting, Council approved the 2019 Regular Council Meeting Schedule as follows:

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Oct
10

B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy Venting Index Interactive Map

October 10, 2018
To view the B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy Venting Index Interactive Map, please click on the provided link below....

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Oct
01

NEW CCR-Wildfire Recovery Rebate Meeting

October 01, 2018
Thanks to a partnership between Community Futures and Northern Development Initiative Trust (NDIT), small and medium sized businesses in the our region now have easier access to professional consulting services to help strengthen their business.   Recognizing the challenges that the region is facing in the wake of the 2017 wildfires, Northern Development Initiative Trust has relaxed the terms of its Competitiveness Consulting Rebate (CCR) program and developed a customized program to encourage more businesses take advantage of it.  This is a great opportunity for business owners who want to expand, grow or improve their operations.   The new CCR-Wildfire Recovery Rebate component provides a rebate of 75 per cent up to a maximum of $15,000 for the cost of hiring a professional consultant or consulting firm to assist business owners in addressing key areas of their business so that they can become more competitive. The program has also been expanded to include businesses engaged in agriculture and ranching, retail, tourism, and hospitality.   The special rebate is only available to businesses in Northern Development’s CaribooChilcotin-Lillooet region, or the Central Coast Regional District The Competitive Consulting Rebate for the Wildfire Recovery program is intended to help small and medium sized businesses implement strategies to attract customers, market a business, recruit employees, and improve profitability.   Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, such initiatives as: • Marketing plans and programs • Cash flow and financial management systems • Human resource strategies, including employee recruitment and retention • Inventory management • Process improvement   A meeting will be held at the Reynolds Hotel (Pub) on Wednesday, October 3 at 9 – 10 am. Renata King from NDIT will be on hand to give information regarding the program and answer any questions. We are asking that all small businesses attend if you are able. Breakfast will be provided for attendees.   Please let me know if there are any questions. Please forward this information to any business owner to whom this may be of interest.   Thank you! Angela Bissat, Business Ambassador Community Futures Sun Country Cell: 778.209.0349

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