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Smoking bylaw survey results are in
For regularly scheduled meetings visit www.quesnel.ca/Council-Splash.html
Seniors' Day at the Market
The 3rd Annual Seniors' Day at the Market is on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at the Farmers' Market! Click here for details.
Hydrant Flushing Notice
The City of Quesnel Utilities Department will run its annual fire hydrant and water main flushing program starting on Monday, August 31 for approximately three weeks. This will occur from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.
Schedule (subject to change)
August 31 - Johnston and Carson Subdivisions
Thank you for your cooperation. Please contact Public Works for more information at 250-992-6330.
Free Transit for Students
Did you hear? Quesnel CNC/UNBC students get to ride Quesnel Transit for FREE from September 8 - December 31, 2015. Just show the transit driver your ID card! Click here for more details.
Annual Water Restrictions
Sprinkling or irrigation restrictions are in place between May 15 and September 30 of each year FOR ALL PROPERTIES CONNECTED to the City water system within City limits.
The schedule is as follows:
Sprinkling may ONLY take place between the hours of:
Arts and Recreation Centre
The Arts and Recreation Centre Annual Maintenance Shutdown starts Sunday, August 30 at 6 p.m. Click here to view the full schedule.
Are you ready for Culture Days!? Create, Participate, and Celebrate! September 25, 26, 27, 2015. Three days of fun, free arts and culture activities! Click here to learn more.
Green Spaces, Parks and Recreation Master Plan
Thank you Quesnel for engaging in the initial planning of our first Green Spaces, Parks and Open Space Recreation Master Plan!
The Parks Plan recommendations are ready for public review and we would like your feedback.
Click here for review the Green Spaces, Parks and Recreation Master Plan recommendations.
Click here to take the survey regarding the recommendations.
Invasive Plant Management
The City of Quesnel in partnership with the Cariboo Regional District would like to remind residents that it is time to be on the lookout for invasive weeds on your property and consider your management options. The Cariboo Regional District’s Invasive Plant Management Program has information to assist you with your options. Visit the Cariboo Regional District online at cariboord.ca. Look under services for invasive plant management.
The City’s Bylaw Enforcement Staff will be working with landowner’s to ensure the removal of reoccurring Himalayan Balsam and Burdock infestations. Please report new infestations to the Cariboo Regional District’s Invasive Plant Management Program at 250-392-3351 or toll free 1-800-665-1636.
Community Resource Guide
New update to the Community Resource Guide on February 2015. Click here for Version 6.0 of the Guide.
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