Know What To Do When it Matters Most Sign up for emergency alerts and get critical information via phone, text and email. The Village of Pemberton has launched an emergency notification service for Village residents. It uses the same platform as the one launched by the SLRD previously - the ePACT emergency network. You create … Continue reading Pemberton residents now have an emergency notification system. Sign up for PembertonALERT and be in the know the minute something is going down.
Here's the latest news from the Village of Pemberton: boundary extension meeting postponed until June 12 Council meeting, so that staff can research enfolding an additional 14 properties (on the south side of Highway 99 and east of the Industrial Park, and the non-First Nations lands within the Mount Currie area) into the extension; a reminder … Continue reading Village of Pemberton news on boundary extension, call for artists, and watering restrictions
The Village of Pemberton, in response to the surge in growth and development in Pemberton over the last 17-23 years (when the existing Zoning Bylaw and Sign Bylaw were drafted), and new trends impacting the community, including home-based businesses, Air B & B, and the legalization of marijuana growing, has drafted two new bylaws that … Continue reading Give your feedback to the Village of Pemberton by May 11 on the draft Zoning and Sign Bylaws by online survey
Congratulations to the Village of Pemberton for their grant-writing efforts, in securing $5.3 million dollars from the Federal Gas Tax Fund for downtown revitalization. via Village of Pemberton “This investment from the Government of Canada’s the Federal Gas Tax Fund will have an enormous impact on our downtown. The rehabilitation of our downtown infrastructure network … Continue reading Village of Pemberton awarded $5.3 million from Federal Gas Tax Fund for downtown revitalization
You too can have a park named after you in Pemberton. Just dedicate half a century of time and effort. 🙂 via the Village of Pemberton media release On Tuesday, January 16th, Village of Pemberton Council announced it will name the new municipal park in the Tiyata Development, after Pemberton’s long-time residents and local advocates, … Continue reading Village of Pemberton to dedicate new park to George and Shirley Henry
The Village of Pemberton wants to know how you'd like to see your money spent in 2018. Budgeting is underway, and will inform Village of Pemberton property owner's tax rates for 2018. Budgeting Sessions are open to the public to hear what happens behind the scenes as the 2018 budget is prepared. A dedicated Budget … Continue reading Village of Pemberton Budget Process invites your feedback
On Thursday, the Village of Pemberton advised: The Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessment (“Assessment”) is now complete. The Assessment, conducted by BGC Engineering Inc. (“BGC”), was conducted to determine landslide and associated flood risk from the north face of Mount Currie, including risk to life, buildings, critical facilities, business activities, power and communication lines. The … Continue reading Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessement: Community Info Meetings. Jan 25 and 25
via Village of Pemberton As part of the Mt. Currie Safety Risk Assessment, licensed blasters will be conducting Seismic Refraction Surveys commencing on July 26th. The work is expected to continue for a maximum of a week. These surveys are conducted by laying a survey line and cable, then a corresponding line of small holes … Continue reading Community Advisory – Mt. Currie Seismic Survey Work & Public Safety Risk Assessment underway this week
Short Term Vacation Rentals, What's the Deal? Join the Village of Pemberton at a Community Engagement Session to: explore local issues related to short term vacation rentals learn from other communities’ experiences discuss options for zoning current + future Pemberton neighbourhoods The solutions and options will be derived locally for incorporation into the new Village … Continue reading Village of Pemberton invites your comments on short-term rentals and the Air BnB phenomenon
When Dawn Johnson dreams, she dreams impossible dreams. Instead of home schooling her kids or putting them in Waldorf, she dreams of inspiring the administrators and teachers of School District 48 to think outside the classroom box by sharing statistics at PD Days about the tangible benefits of nature education. She dreams of kids who … Continue reading Want to go halves in an orchard?