City Views Newsletter July 2019

What the City wants you to know, as published in their City Views Newsletter.

New Council Priorities – We are excited to announce Council’s Strategic Plan outlining their mission, vision, values, priorities and goals to help shape the future of the City.

The Strategic Plan includes five categories under which senior staff members will focus resources and actions.

Community Wide Hydrant Upgrades – The City will be replacing old 2 port 4 inch hydrants with new 6 inch Canada valve pumper ports. Areas that will be affected by any water outages will be notified in advance so water containers can be filled for the day while work is taking place. For more information contact Public Works at 250-837-2001.

Dawn Low Named Interim CAO – Director of Corporate Administration Dawn Low has been appointed Interim CAO, for a six month contract and will be in the position until the role is filled. Mrs. Low has been with the City for over 20 years and has recently obtained her certification in Local Government Administration and Local Government Leadership Development from Capilano University.

Mrs. Low has achieved her designation as a Certified Municipal Clerk which is the Municipal Administrator. She is currently a volunteer as a mentor for the Municipal Administrators Training Institute (MATI) and has extensive local experience making her an ideal fit for the role.

Full Time Bylaw Enforcement Officer Position – If you have JIBC Level I and/or Level II certificates in Bylaw Enforcement and are interested in a Full-Time opportunity check out the City’s website for details.

2018 Annual Report – The 2018 Annual Report will be presented to Council at the July 9th, 2019 Regular Council Meeting.

Submissions can be sent to Written submissions addressed to Council will be included with the Agenda for the Regular Council Meeting of July 9, 2018, and will become part of the public record. View the 2018 Annual Report here.

Revelstoke Street Fest – Are you wondering what the schedule is for the Revelstoke Street Fest? Want to catch your favourite bands performance?

Be sure to check out the list of upcoming talent for the summer months ahead!

Bylaw of the Month – Water Regulations Bylaw No. 1643

The City of Revelstoke Bylaw of the Month is the Water Regulations Bylaw No. 1643 with a focus on year round water regulations. With the increase in temperatures, and high number of forest fires burning around us, it is everyone’s job to ensure the City’s reservoir levels remain at an acceptable level should we need water on a moments notice.

*** Sprinkling is permitted from 6 am to 10 am ***
Even numbered properties on even calendar days, odd numbered properties on odd calendar days,

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