Public Notices Print Article Font Size

CBT commits 15% increase to support local projects

Feb 02, 2016
COMMUNITIES GET MORE FUNDS FOR POPULAR GRANTING PROGRAMSColumbia Basin Trust commits 15 per cent increase to support local projectsFor Immediate Release January 8, 2016   (Columbia Basin) – Community projects will be getting access to more funds this spring through Columbia Basin Trust’s popular Community Initiatives and Affected Areas programs. The Trust...
More...

Jan. 31 – Feb. 6 is Burn Awareness Week in B.C.

Feb 02, 2016
The B.C. Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund’s Annual Burn Awareness Week (BAW) program helps teach kids to be responsible for their own safety, and makes their families more aware of potentially harmful situations. The program targets children in the high risk age group from kindergarten to Grade 7. “Remember these tips as Burn Awareness...
More...

2016 Proposed Annual Budget package available

Jan 08, 2016
What is it? The Budget Package provides more detail of what is involved in building the Annual Budget, important information to consider and understand, and what it may mean to you from a taxation perspective.Getting the Information: Click here to read the 2016 Proposed Annual Budget Package. This Information Package is also available...
More...

ToG Rec Services wishes you a happy and healthy 2016!

Jan 07, 2016
It’s a new year and a great time to take on those resolutions to be more active! The ToG Recreation Services team is here to help! Golden offers everything you need to get and stay active and has a plethora of opportunities for everyone. There are a variety of services being...
More...

A message from the Fire Chief on Christmas Fire Safety

Dec 24, 2015
Unfortunately the holiday season is often a busy time for emergency responders. Whether it is Christmas trees, candles or fireplaces; please follow these tips to help you and your family have a safe holiday. That real Christmas tree has likely been up for a while. Watering it daily will prevent...
More...

Permit construction values in Golden hit seven-year high in 2015

Dec 14, 2015
Building permit construction values in Golden are resulting in one of the good news stories of the year for the municipality.   To date, the Town of Golden has issued 57 building permits with a construction value of over $8.7 million. By year-end, that number is projected to exceed $9.3 million with...
More...

What's happening in the Recreation Services Department

Nov 20, 2015
Nov. 19, 2015 With the winter season upon us and temperatures starting to drive people indoors, ToG Recreation Services is providing plenty of ways to stay active and warm! It’s been a busy year for the Recreation Services Department, with a lot of changes and some great new initiatives that fall inline...
More...

Fire prevention is important all year!

Oct 21, 2015
October 20, 2015   On the heels of National Fire Prevention Week October 4-10, Town of Golden Fire Chief David Balding asks that residents continue to be vigilant in their fire safety and fire prevention efforts. Fire Prevention Week was established in 1927 to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. That fire...
More...

UBCM 2015 overview

Oct 08, 2015
Every year, Local Governments (Town Councils and Regional Districts) are invited to attend the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) Conference, held in various locations across the province. Founded in 1905, the UBCM provides a “united front” for local governments to meet with provincial ministers and senior staff regarding their most...
More...

Golden’s Residential Recycling Service Summary

Sep 04, 2015
A question to Golden:   It’s been just over a year since we joined the province-wide system for recycling collection and processing managed by Multi Material BC.   MMBC has sent out a letter to all the community partners after a year in the system.  We’d like you to read it and perhaps give us...
More...
Displaying results 101-110 (of 111)
 |<  <  3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12  >  >|