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  • 20 August 2018
    Next Town Council to be held on Monday August 20, 2018 Town Council is scheduled to meet on Monday July 16, 2018 at 9:00 AM for the Committee of the Whole meeting and at 2:00 PM for the Regular Open Meeting in Council Chambers, Town Hall, 8707 Main Street Council agendas are available online or at the Town Hall on the preceding Friday for each meeting.   Regular and Special Meetings Committee of the Whole Meetings Town of Osoyoos 250.495.6515
  • 15 August 2018
    REQUEST FOR QUOTES Removal of Third Party Signs The Town of Osoyoos is accepting Request for Quotes (RFQ) from local contractors for the removal of prohibited third-party signs within the Town of Osoyoos boundaries.  Some of the signs are large billboard type which will require some skilled labour to remove without damage.  The signs could be transported from existing location to the Operational Services Yard (11500 - 115 Street) or another location determined by sign owner.  Contractors must have a valid Town of Osoyoos business licence and be registered with WorkSafe BC.  Coverage with Worksafe BC must be maintained for the duration of the contract. Please contact Neil Pagett to make an appointment to review signs on site prior to submitting the quote. RFQs must be submitted to the undersigned below by 2:00 pm on August 15, 2018, in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Removal of Third Party Signs”.  Neil Pagett Senior Building Inspector Box 3010, 8711 Main Street Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0 (T)     250.495.6191 (E)     npagett@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay
  • 15 August 2018
    "Family Splash Day" on July 18 and August 15 at Osoyoos Splash Park Come on down to the Osoyoos Splash Park for an afternoon of Family Fun! Bouncy castle, hot dogs, prizes, treats and other activities will all be part of the event! What better way to spend a Wednesday night than with the family? Wednesday, July 18, 2018 and Wednesday, August 15, 2018  4:30pm - 6:30pm Osoyoos Splash Park  Jack Shaw Gardens 89th Street & Kingfisher Drive, Osoyoos, BC This is a FREE event and we encourage all families big or small to come and enjoy! Hot Dogs generously provided by AG Foods.   Sonora Community Centre (T)  250.495.6562 (E)  recreation@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay
  • 9 August 2018
    Employment Opportunity Relief Clerk and Relief Program Assistant The Town of Osoyoos is inviting applications for Relief Program Assistant/Relief Clerk (Dual Role). This is a CUPE position and the 2018 rate of pay is $17.48 - $20.57 and $23.07 - $27.14 respectively per hour plus 17% in lieu of benefits.  Hours of work will vary and may include evening and weekend shifts.  Must be available on short notice. CLICK HERE for a more detailed job description including required qualifications. Applications will be accepted until 4:30 PM, Thursday, August 9, 2018.  Please submit applications online or to: Janette Van Vianen, CMC Director of Corporate Services Town of Osoyoos  8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos B C V0H 1V0 (F)  250.495.2400 (E) We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.  
  • 7 August 2018
    Employment Opportunity Labourer Deadline August 7, 2018 Municipal Facilities Caretaker Full Time Seasonal August 11 – October 15 The Town of Osoyoos requires a Seasonal Labourer in the Operational Services Department.  This is a seasonal position to work 10 hour shifts (between 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM with one hour lunch) on a 4 day on/4 day off rotating basis.  This position will be expected to work statutory holidays and weekends. The Labourer will be required to clean all public washrooms and parks, and provide janitorial services for Town offices and public works.  Click here for a more detailed job description including required qualifications. This is a bargaining unit position, and the 2018 hourly job rate for this position is $18.82 - $22.14 per hour. Applications will be accepted until 9:00 AM, Tuesday, August 7, 2018.  Please submit applications  online or to: Janette Van Vianen, CMC Director of Corporate Services Town of Osoyoos 8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (F) 250.495.2400 (E) We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
  • 2 August 2018
    2018 Salmon Fishing in Osoyoos Lake CLICK HERE FOR UPDATES | Boat Launch and Marina | Hours for Park Washrooms FN0687-RECREATIONAL - Salmon - Region 8 - Osoyoos Lake - Sockeye Retention - Effective August 3, 2018 Category(s):  RECREATIONAL - Salmon Fishery Notice - Fisheries and Oceans Canada Subject: FN0687-RECREATIONAL - Salmon - Region 8 - Osoyoos Lake - Sockeye Retention - Effective August 3, 2018 Osoyoos Lake Effective 00:01 hours August 3, 2018 until one hour after sunset on August 13, 2018 during daylight hours only, in the portion of Osoyoos Lake north of the bridge at HWY 3 (North Basin), you may retain two (2) sockeye per day. A review of in season information on sockeye abundance, harvest and environmental conditions in Osoyoos Lake will be conducted on August 13, 2018 to determine duration of the fishery. On July 27, 2018 Department staff met with the Okanagan Nation Alliance and Mid Fraser Thompson Okanagan Sport Fish Advisory Committee to discuss fishery planning for Okanagan Sockeye. A collaborative fishing plan has been agreed too and implemented starting August 3, 2018. The aggregate daily limit for all species of Pacific Salmon (other than kokanee) from tidal and non-tidal waters combined is four (4). Fishing for salmon is permitted during daylight hours only. VO No. 2018-RFQ-396; 2018-RCT-395 Notes: No Fishing for anadromous Salmon in Skaha Lake. Kokanee and Sockeye are present in Skaha Lake, which vary in size, it is recommended to release Oncorhynchus nerka over 50cm. Single barbless hooks are required when fishing for salmon in non-tidal waters of British Columbia.   Sport anglers are encouraged to participate in the Salmon Sport Head Recovery program by labelling and submitting heads from adipose fin-clipped Chinook and Coho salmon.  Recovery of coded-wire tags provides critical information for coast-wide stock assessment.  Contact the Salmon Sport Head Recovery Program toll free at (866) 483-9994 for further information. If you’re going fishing for salmon in non-tidal (fresh) waters, you need a Non-Tidal Angling Licence, issued by the Province of British Columbia.  Visit the provincial website to buy your licence. Licences are available to B.C. residents and non-residents. Fees may vary and are listed online.   ( Did you witness suspicious fishing activity or a violation?  If so, please call the Fisheries and Ocean Canada 24-hour toll free Observe, Record, Report line at (800) 465-4336 or the British Columbia’s toll-free RAPP line (Report All Poachers and Polluters) at 1-877-952-RAPP (7277). For the 24 hour recorded opening and closure line, call toll free at 1-(866)431-FISH (3474). FOR MORE INFORMATION: Dale Michie, DFO Kamloops Tel: 250-851-4946 Fisheries and Oceans Canada Operations Center - FN0687 Sent August 1, 2018 at 15:02 Visit us on the Web at If you would like to unsubscribe, please submit your request at: If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail to:
  • 30 July 2018
    iLearning Canada Science and Technology Camps July 30-August 3 Join iLearning Canada for a week of science experiments, robotics, video game design and drone programming!  Summer Science & Technology Camp 1 7 - 9 years Join iLearning Canada for a week of magic, science experiments, video game design, drone programming and robotics! Kids will discover the art of magic and illusions, explore the wonderful world of science and dive into the basics of programming through various applications. You will be able to take home cool science experiments everyday and by the end of the week you will have your very own video game to take with you! Who said learning can’t be fun? Participants will be required to bring snack and lunch. Breaks will be provided throughout the day as well as game time outside.  Sonora Community Centre Room 4/5 Monday-Friday    9:00am-3:00pm July 30-August 3               $140.00/5 session Summer Science & Technology Camp 2 10 - 14 years Plunge into iLearning Canada’s thrilling educational experience with science, robotics, video game design and drones! Participants will explore the mysteries of science, build and program robots using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kits, learn how to pilot a drone as well as design their very own video game! You will be able to take home cool science experiments everyday and by the end of the week you will have your very own video game to take with you! Who said learning can’t be fun? Participants will be required to bring snack and lunch. Breaks will be provided throughout the day as well as game time outside.  Sonora Community Centre Room 4/5 Monday-Friday    9:00am-3:00pm July 30-August 3               $140.00/5 sessions Please register in person at the Sonora Community Centre. Registration must be done no later than 12:00pm (noon) Friday July 13th. This program will be canceled if the minimum required number of participants is not met.    *Sponsored in part by the Osoyoos Rotary Club   For more information contact the Sonora Community Centre (T)  250.495.6562 (E) 
  • 21 July 2018
    Outdoor Summer Bootcamp Starting July 21 to September 8 Open to individuals of any fitness and experience level, between the ages of 15 to 65.  This hour will consist of a warm up, exercise technique demonstration, and the workout. The workout will be run as a circuit, focusing on a variety of weightlifting and resistance training exercises, as well as cardio vascular conditioning.    Location:       School field behind the Sonora Community Centre Dates:           July 21-September 8 Time:            8:00am-9:00am Cost:             $80.00/8 sessions (register) or $15.00/drop-in Instructor:    Four Winds Fitness   For more information: Sonora Community Centre (T)    250.495.6562 (E)  
  • 20 July 2018
    2018 Wildfire Information Fire Bans & Restrictions (Kamloops Fire Centre) BC Wildfire Map Air Quality Report Smoke Forecast Drive BC for Road Conditions Osoyoos Visitor Centre If you’d like to speak with someone in Osoyoos about weather or travel conditions or about accommodations, dining, activities, and more, please contact our visitor experience team! LIVE Webcam(s)   
  • 17 July 2018
    NOTICE 62nd Ave Reconstruction Hwy 97 to High School Updates UPDATES -Posted July 17, 2018 Work has begun on the 62nd Avenue reconstruction.  There will be one lane alternating traffic between Hwy 97 and the High School. This project is scheduled to be completed on or before August 31, 2018.   Thank you for your patience throughout this project. TENDER CLOSED H & M EXCAVATING $355,561.50 Sealed Tenders clearly marked “62nd Avenue Reconstruction Hwy #97 to High School” will be received at the Town of Osoyoos Office, 8707 Main Street, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0 up to 2:00 p.m. local time, Thursday, June 21st, 2018. Tenders will be opened in public in the Town of Osoyoos Office at 2:00 p.m. on the tender closing date.   The project comprises the following works and approximate quantities: Local storm sewer installations of catch basins, drywells and perforated pipe sections 4500m² of asphalt c/w base gravels and removal of existing surfaces 240m of asphalt curbing TENDER DRAWING Tender Documents are available electronically on BC Bid. Printed copies are available from the offices of TRUE Consulting (Kamloops) at a cost of $50, which is non-refundable. A Planholder Registration Form must be completed and emailed to TRUE Consulting at in order to receive any addendums and/or additional information regarding this tender. It is the sole responsibility of the Planholder to ensure that the Registration Form has been received by TRUE Consulting.   Tenders must be accompanied by the following: A BID BOND, CASH DEPOSIT, CERTIFIED CHEQUE or IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CLEAN CREDIT in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Tendered Price. If a Bid Bond is provided, a CONSENT OF SURETY relating to subsequent security arrangements for PERFORMANCE and LABOUR AND MATERIALS PAYMENT GUARANTEES. If the information stipulated above is not enclosed with the Tender at the time of opening, the Tender will be rejected. Tenders received after the closing time will be returned unopened. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. Engineer TRUE Consulting Group Ste. 201 - 2079 Falcon Road Kamloops  BC  V2C 4J2 (T)  250.828.0881 (F)  250.828.0717 Owner Town of Osoyoos 8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6515 (F)  250.495.2400 No phone calls regarding the tender results. They will be posted on the applicable news article on this website within '24 hours' after the deadline.  
  • 16 July 2018
    Council Meeting Highlights for July 16, 2018 Click on button to watch the video of the Committee of the Whole Meeting and  Regular Open Meeting.   Committee of the Whole Meeting      Regular Open Meeting      COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE   Delegations Alex Welch and Noel Szelwski from InterVISTAS Global management consulting firm and Glenn Harris, Osoyoos Airport Society gave a PowerPoint presentation for the Osoyoos Airport Strategic Plan. Mr. Harris stated further development of the Airport would create more full-time jobs and help develop Osoyoos into a four season community. Linda Larson, MLA gave a presentation inquiring which ministers Council would like to meet with at the 2018 UBCM convention. Business Director Dinwoodie gave Council a report on the Recycle BC changes to the Town’s Recycling program Council directed administration to bring a Zoning Amendment Bylaw for debate and decision that reflects site specific zoning limited to C1, C2 and C3 as a method of identifying location for retail cannabis. Council also directed staff to bring back policy development site selection options for retail cannabis locations.   REGULAR OPEN MEETING Bylaws Council Indemnity Bylaw No. 1345, 2018 was adopted. Municipal Ticket Information Amendment Bylaw No. 1279.14, 2018 was read for a first, second and third time. This bylaw allows the Town to assess fines for infractions under the Fire Protection and Life Safety Bylaw No. 1333, 2017. Business Council approved the agreement with ICBC for Information Sharing Agreement. This agreement allows the Town to obtain vehicle licensing and ownership information for bylaw enforcement (municipal ticketing). Council approved the RMI Modification Agreement with the Province of BC. The Town of Osoyoos is designated as a Resort Municipality and the original contract was renewed in March of 2018. This amendment to the contract confirms the payments for 2018. Council opted out of leading a public consultation process for a proposed Distillery at 7502 Main Street. Council directed staff to provide comments to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch, should they request assistance. Council authorized the borrowing of $37,324.00 from MFA to purchase a 2019 F250 Pick-up truck from Metro Motors Ltd for Operational Services. Council authorized the borrowing of up to $50,000.00 from MFA to purchase a 2018 Boomer 40 New Holland Tractor with a Wren Flail Mower from Rollins Machinery Ltd. Reports Councillor Youngberg encourages residents who can help the Desert Park Society spray for Puncture Vine. Councillor Campol encouraged residents to help those who need a ride during the heat wave and reminded everyone to not leave pets in the vehicles. Councillor Rhodes encourages everyone who is interested in aviation or airports to watch the Committee of the Whole meeting from July 16, 2018 meeting. Councillor King attended the Osoyoos Desert Centre announcement of the new building. Councillor King encouraged everyone to attend Music in the Park on Friday’s at Gyro Beach. Mayor McKortoff reminded everyone to be conscious and careful of the dry weather and report any fires. The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00 am on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 pm to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business.  
  • 16 July 2018
    Land Donation from the Conconi Foundation to Town of Osoyoos Immediate Release July 16, 2018 The Robert L. Conconi Foundation (the "Conconi Foundation") and the Town of Osoyoos Council (“Council") are pleased to announce that the Conconi Foundation has donated the undeveloped portion of Lot 1, Plan KAP58987, Except Strata Plan KAS1892 ("Phase 1"), Parcel Identifier 023-746-289 (the “Property") to the Town of Osoyoos. This property has a civic address of 6010 Maple Dr. and is tied by strata development agreement to Palms by the Lake (the “Palms"). The property includes two parcels with the first comprising 1.81 acres and the second comprising 0.73 acres.   The Conconi Foundation acquired the property by way of foreclosure on the original developer, and Town is now in discussions with the Palms to enable a subdivision of the donated property from Phase 1 of the Palms development. The Town is thankful for the generous donation which enables the opportunity to further the goals of the Conconi Foundation and address community needs through the planned use of the Land. The Conconi Foundation is excited for Council to identify a project that will contribute positively to the future development of the Osoyoos community.   No development decisions have been considered and Council has committed to a public engagement process prior to any final development decisions. The community engagement process relating to future land use will be identified in Council's 2019 business plan activities.   The Robert L. Conconi Foundation is a Vancouver based Foundation with the mission to “inspire and empower individuals throughout British Columbia by supporting organizations in the areas of health, poverty, education and arts”. It was founded by Robert Conconi, a retired British Columbia entrepreneur, as part of his mission to give back to the communities that enabled his own success. You can read more about the Conconi Foundation at Additional Information contact: Barry Romanko, CAO Town of Osoyoos Sanja Simic, Executive Director Robert L. Conconi Foundation
  • 13 July 2018
    FIREFIGHTER RECRUITMENT - Is Firefighting in your FUTURE? The Osoyoos Fire Department (OFD) is looking to recruit qualified team members to their Department. Being a Paid-On-Call (Volunteer) Firefighter is a great way to be involved in the community, learn firefighting, first aid and emergency skills, keep physically fit and to enjoy the camaraderie of being actively involved in the Osoyoos Fire Department.   FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BECOMING A FIREFIGHTER!   Town of Osoyoos Fire Department Box 3010, 9901 74th Avenue Osoyoos  BC V0H 1V0 250.495.6515
  • 1 July 2018
    New Curbside Garbage and Recycling Calendar Homeowners of Osoyoos can expect to receive the  2018-2019 Curbside Garbage & Recycling Calendar with their PROPERTY TAX NOTICES! Paper copies are available at Town Hall and the Sonora Community Centre. The brochure can also be viewed online Garbage & Recycling Calendar  There are no major changes to the Garbage pick-up schedule. Weekly pick-up remains on TUESDAY unless specified otherwise.  Please take note highlighted dates are specified for YARD WASTE, RECYCLING and BULKY ITEMS pick up. If you have questions about your curbside pick up please contact your service provider: Call Waste Connections of Canada Inc. 250.498.4888 CLICK HERE - Curbside Garbage & Recycling Program  
  • 27 June 2018
    Invasive Species Website Creates One-Stop Shop Invasive Species Website Creates One-Stop Shop for Okanagan’s Agricultural Sector For Immediate Release June 26, 2018   Okanagan farmers, viticulturists, orchardists and ranchers have a new tool available to help manage invasive species. This digital ‘one stop shop’ features resources to assist producers in identifying invasive species, as well as management options and contact information for local experts. The Okanagan Invasive Species Online website ( was officially launched at the Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society’s AGM on June 13th in Penticton, BC.     Invasive plant and insect species create challenges for producers by interfering with cropping systems and creating health hazards for livestock. Freshwater invaders such as Zebra and Quagga Mussels, although not yet present in BC, can threaten irrigation infrastructure. While a range of human activities make management of invasive species an ongoing issue, climate change will further alter the dynamics of invasive and native species adding to management complexity and costs for producers.   “I think most of us do appreciate that the climate is changing,” says Keith Manders, an Okanagan rancher and member of the project oversight committee. He points to the frequency of extreme weather events like flooding, drought and fire over the past few years as examples.   “I think these weather extremes are going to promote the growth of, and allow for the introduction of, species that we have not seen as the new conditions will provide the invaders with a welcoming environment,” he says. “This tool puts all the information on local invasive species in one place that is easy and quick to access with our phones or computer.”   Invasive species in the Okanagan are monitored and managed on a sub-regional basis by the three Okanagan Regional Districts, along with non-profit organizations such as the Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society (OASISS). This is the first time the Okanagan Valley will have a centralized system to share information pertaining to invasive species identification and management, and it is now available to producers and the public at   The project was led by the Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society (OASISS), with federal and provincial government funding delivered through the BC Agriculture & Food Climate Action Initiative.     "Invasive species do not recognize jurisdictional boundaries so it made sense to collaborate with all three regional districts to unify our programs," states Lisa Scott, Executive Director with OASISS. "This new website is an exciting and unique tool that will help Okanagan producers get the information they need in a much more efficient way."   The site is designed for the agriculture sector, and allows producers to search by commodity, or by regional district to find species of concern. It also features an Ask an Expert function that allows users to fill out a form and be connected with an expert in their area who can assist with identification and treatment options.   The project was identified as a priority action under the Okanagan Regional Adaptation Strategies released by the BC Agriculture and Food Climate Action Initiative (CAI) in 2016, and funded as part of the $300,000 investment to implement the strategy by the governments of Canada and British Columbia.   The BC Agriculture and Food Climate Action Initiative was established by the BC Agriculture Council in 2008 and is led by an advisory committee of agricultural producers, food processors and representatives from various government agencies. The Initiative has been supported by the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC with funding provided by the governments of Canada and British Columbia.     Media Contacts: Harmony Bjarnason BC Agriculture & Food Climate Action Initiative 250-215-5589   Lisa Scott Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society 250-404-0115
  • 25 June 2018
    Change in Facility Hours at Sonora Community Centre on June 25, 2018 Effective Monday June 25, 2018 the Sonora Community Centre’s hours of operation will be changing for the summer to:   Monday -Friday      8:30am - 8:00pm                      Saturday                 9:00am - 5:00pm Sonora Community Centre 8505 68 Avenue (T)   250.495.6562 (E)
  • 18 June 2018
    2018 Summer Leisure Guide is NOW available online! Find out what’s happening this summer at the Sonora Community Centre! Jammed packed with activities for children and adults. The 2018 Summer Leisure Guide is now available online - see below. Paper copies of the 2018 Summer Leisure Guide will be available for pick up at the Sonora Community Centre and Town Hall after June 19, 2018. Registration is now open for all programs.                      Online registration is now open! Recreation Online Program Registration Cactus Kids Day Camp All programs are open to community members and visitors.  Looking for something to do this Summer? Then pick up your copy today! Sonora Community Centre 8505 68th Avenue Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.4623 (F)  250.495.2400 (E) recreation@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay  
  • 15 June 2018
    West Bench Dog Park Timeline and Progress Construction of the West Bench Dog Park is well underway. Below is a timeline of the work that is being done as well a link to information about the West Bench Dog Park Committee. CLICK HERE for information on the West Bench Dog Park Committee including agendas, minutes and reports. CLICK HERE for information on Dogs in Parks. Community Services Department 8505 68 Avenue Osoyoos, BC (T)  250.495.6562 (E)  
  • 3 June 2018
    Desert Sunrise Marina and Boat Launch Opens June 3, 2018 The Desert Sunrise Marina will be open starting Sunday June 3, 2018 at 8:00 am. Please ensure that extra precaution is taken as the lake levels are still higher than normal. Wake action should be minimized to prevent shoreline erosion.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Report any hazards on the lake to the marina operators or to the Town Hall at 250.495.6515. CLICK HERE for more information about the Desert Sunrise Marina and Boat Launch. CLICK HERE for information about PAID Boat Trailer Parking. Town of Osoyoos 250-495-6515 info@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay
  • 14 May 2018
    Town's Age Friendly Consultation Process Begins May 28 In the process to become an Age Friendly Community, the Town of Osoyoos has retained Cardea Health Consulting to carry out a process to complete an Age-Friendly Assessment. During the week of May 28th, older adults, caregivers, stakeholders and community members can share their views via group consultations throughout the Town (e.g.  focus groups, one to one interviews). Focus groups are designed to bring people together in a participatory way.  Interested stakeholders can also complete a brief survey (for older adults and caregivers) posted at: Click here for more information about the consultation process. Click here for more information about the Age-Friendly Communities Initiative. The following points may be useful: The process only pertains to the services that the Town has a responsibility to provide. So, the Town cannot, for instance, build a new highway route or build new housing for older people. It can only contribute to planning for these things.   The Town is interested in everything that an interested stakeholder has to say, good and bad. In this regard, please encourage all older persons or caregivers to participate in the consultation process. Any process queries or RSVPs to focus groups should be forwarded to:     Gerald Davis Director of Community Services (T)  250.495.6562 (E) gdavis@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay
  • 1 May 2018
    "Normal" Water Restrictions for Town and Rural Water Districts 8 & 9 Schedule "A" Water Conservation and Staged Restriction Bylaw No. 1273 (Town) Schedule "F" Osoyoos Water District Rates and Regulations Bylaw No. 1241 (Rural) MTI Bylaw (Fines) Yellow “Reminder” Flags for Water Restrictions Make Water Work Campaign Regulation Reference Sheet Water Conservation Tips Water Conservation & Staged Restrictions Brochure Normal – ALTERNATE DAYS WATERING: a)  Days of Watering:   Sprinkling is only permitted at residential, commercial and other non-agricultural properties as follows: Even numbered addresses:  Watering is only permitted on Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday Odd numbered addresses:  Watering is only permitted on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday   b)  Automatically Controlled Underground Sprinkling Systems (Residential and commercial): Properties equipped with an automated time clock sprinkler system may only sprinkle between the hours of 12:00 midnight to 6:00 AM on the days permitted by the sprinkling regulations as described above. c)  Manually Controlled Sprinklers (Residential and Commercial): Properties equipped with only manually controlled sprinkling systems, including those attached to outside taps, may only operate from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM and from 7:00 PM to 12:00 midnight on the days permitted by the sprinkling regulations as described above. d)  Sprinkling is not permitted between the hours of 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM during any day at any time of the year. Only one ½” (9mm) diameter outlet (outside tap) may be used at one time for sprinkling, and further, it is not permissible to use an open pipe or hose for irrigating purposes. e)  Use of water hoses is permitted for the purpose of washing boats or motor vehicles only when equipped with an automatic shut off nozzle.  f)  No person shall use water to wash sidewalks, driveways or parking lots, except and only if necessary for applying a product such as paint or preservative, or when preparing a surface prior to paving or repointing bricks, or if required by law to comply with health or safety regulations.  g)  Notwithstanding the above, the following are exempt from restrictions: i)    Watering of public sports playing fields, turf farms, and golf courses; ii)   Watering of flower and vegetable gardens, decorative planters, shrubs and trees using micro-irrigation, drip-irrigation, or a hose with an automatic shut off nozzle; iii)  Commercial car washes so long as each vehicle wash does not exceed 57 L of water. iv)  Under authority of permit issued under this bylaw.   h)  As a further exemption restriction, owners or occupiers of property who, by reason of physical or mental incapacity are unable to water their property within the restricted days and times, may water their property on any two days of the week for a maximum of 8 hours per day.                        For more information please contact:  Town of Osoyoos 8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6515 (E)  info@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay   
  • 1 May 2018
    Summer Hours of Operation for Park Washrooms? Washroom Season May 1 – October 15 Salmon Fishing Season starts on August 3 and the Desert Sunrise Marina  Washroom will open at 4:00am and close at 10:00pm for your convenience. The summer washroom hours of operations are open daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM for the following Parks: Cottonwood Park | Goodman Park | Gyro Park  | Kinsmen Park | Legion Beach | Lions Park | Pioneer Walkway Park Desert Sunrise Marina    If you have information about crimes to Town facilities you can provide an anonymous TIP by calling the Crime Stoppers 24/7 tip line at 1-800-222-8477.  CLICK HERE for more information on the Town’s Parks and Recreational facilities.   
  • 5 April 2018
    Employment Opportunity Relief Recreation Facilities Attendant Sun Bowl Arena The Town of Osoyoos Community Services Department is inviting applications for a Relief Recreation Facilities Attendant. The Applicant will be required to perform semi-skilled and skilled facilities maintenance of a varied nature under the direction of the Director of Community Services.  Work involves ice-making duties, monitoring the operation of the refrigeration plant at the Sun Bowl Arena, custodial, janitorial, and maintenance duties at the facility as well as ground maintenance. The applicant must possess a BC Driver’s License – Class 5, a First Aid Certificate, and a BC Safety Authority Certificate. The position is a CUPE position and the 2018 pay rate is $25.05 - $29.47 per hour plus 17% in lieu of benefits.  Hours of work will vary and will include evening and weekend shifts. Click here for: Detailed Job Description  Resumes can be submitted online or emailed to:   Janette Van Vianen, CMC Director of Corporate Services Town of Osoyoos 8707 Main Street, Box 3010, Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (E) We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
  • 1 April 2018
    Boil Water Notice Rural Water Systems 8 & 9 from April 1-November 16 The Town of Osoyoos has issued a BOIL WATER NOTICE for Domestic Water Customers served by Rural Water Systems 8 & 9 Effective April 1, 2018 until November 16, 2018.    Please refer to the first three digits (008 or 009) of the account number on your annual utilities invoice, or click System 8 or System 9. During this time period the water source is switched from groundwater (well source) to Osoyoos Lake surface water supply.  While the Osoyoos Lake water is chlorinated, the current disinfection process is not adequate to protect from bacterial, viral and protozoan pathogens that may be present in the surface water source. The Town of Osoyoos and Interior Health recommend individuals drink boiled water or a safe alternative until further notice. Rural Water Systems 8 & 9 customers, water intended for drinking, washing ready to eat fruits and vegetables, making beverages, ice, or brushing teeth should be boiled for one minute. Interior Health has been consulted, and the public will be notified when conditions change or water quality has improved. The Town of Osoyoos is in the process of separating irrigation lines from domestic lines to improve water quality.  The public will be notified when these projects are completed. Please notify tenants, visitors, or other building occupants of the boil water notice. Thank you in advance for your patience. If you have any further questions please contact: Operational Services Department Box 3010, 11500 115 Street Osoyoos BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6213  (E)  pubworks@ tỷ lệ cá cược bóng đá hôm nay
  • 6 March 2018
    CONSTRUCTION NOTICE 87th Street, 108th Avenue and 122nd Avenue CLICK HERE for more project details.

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