Revelstoke City Council 2018

Highlights of Regular Council Meeting – Tuesday, March 26, 2019


BC Transit

They presented their 2018 annual report. The report explains the Transit Shared Services and highlights the Revelstoke Transit System.

Financial Planning

Council adopted recommendations from the Committee of the Whole to approve 2019 Grant-in-Aid applications as presented in the matrix.
The 2019 Revenue Anticipation Borrowing Bylaw No. 2122 was Adopted. A previous report from the Director of Finance explains the purpose for the bylaw.

The 2019-2033 Long-Term Financial Plan was approved as amended at the Council Meeting on March 26, 2019. Tax Rate Bylaws will be presented at the April 9, 2019 meeting.


Development Variance Permits DVP2018-09 to bring a newly constructed single family dwelling into compliance at 1633 Mason Road and DVP2019-03 to allow for adequate road dedication at 905 Oscar Street received approval for issuance.

Development Variance Permit Application DVP2019-01 – 318 Taylor Street – View An application for a development variance permit was received to create a buildable area that would support a typical single family dwelling due to these constraints: a triangular shaped lot and a BC Hydro transmission line on Downie Street. Council supported the application and will give notice to neighbouring properties within 100m of their intention consider issuance.

Parks, Recreation and Culture

A tripartite service agreement between the City of Revelstoke, Revelstoke Arts Council and Revelstoke Accommodation Association to provide funding for entertainment during Street Fest 2019 in Grizzly Plaza and management of the Performing Arts Centre received approval to move forward with notification to the public.

Council meetings are normally held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month as listed in the 2019 Schedule of Meeting Dates, unless otherwise changed or cancelled by the Corporate Officer.

Please refer to the City Meetings calendar on the website for updates.

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