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General Elections in BC

General Elections in BC are held every 4 years, on the 3rd Saturday in October.

The next General Local Election is Saturday, October 20th, 2018.

If you are interested in running for a council position in Radium Hot Springs, the following link will provide you with information regarding the election process: Read more »

Sinclair Restoration Slash Pile Burn

Starting as early as Monday, March 12, Parks Canada will begin burning the few remaining slash piles from the Sinclair Canyon Restoration project in Kootenay National Park.

The restoration area is on the lower slopes of Mount Berland adjacent the Village of Radium Hot Springs.

Fire managers expect to complete pile burning in 1-3 days.

What will visitors and residents see? Read more »

Be A Life Saver

BC Emergency Health Services has recently launched the PulsePoint Respond App. The PulsePoint Respond App provides vital information in the case of cardiac arrest, where minutes count in reducing suffering and preventing death. Read more »

Indoor Play Group

Come join us for an indoor parent & tot playtime at the Radium Gym!




Dog licenses are due for 2018.   

Whether you are a property owner, or a renter, if you own a dog, that dog must be licensed in Radium. Tags are $10 for altered dogs and $40 if they are not altered (spayed/neutered). If you no longer have a dog, then please let the office know so that we may update our records.

Also, please remember that in the Village, we have a bylaw that requires owners to pick up their dog's feces when it is deposited on public or private property. Apart from the bylaw, this is simply responsible behaviour that is respectful of others. Read more »

Winter Snow Removal

The Village of Radium Hot Springs is committed to helping make the municipality safe for pedestrian and vehicle passage along the developed rights-of-ways according to Council approved policy and priority system.

The intent of the snow and ice control program is to minimize the economic loss to the community, reduce the inconvenience and hazards of winter conditions for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, and facilitate the operation of Transit and Emergency Services vehicles. Read more »

BC Assessment Property Notices

BC ASSESSMENT NOTICES have now been mailed out to owners of property in BC.

If you wish to dispute the assessed value of your property, please note that the appeal period ends on January 31st.

BC Assessment’s contact information and website links are:

·     Toll-Free Number: 1-866-valueBC (825-8322) Read more »

Let's Talk Turkey!

With the increasing number of turkeys roaming the streets of the Village, questions are being raised about what can be done to deter these birds from overstaying their welcome.  Here is some background information on turkeys in the Kootenays:


· In Canada wild turkeys are only native to Southern Ontario. Populations in British Columbia are all introduced.

· In the Kootenays, turkeys were introduced to the Creston area in the 1960s and subsequently expanded throughout the region. Read more »

2018 Village Events Calendar

The 2018 Village Events Calendar is now available for pickup at the Village Office, Mountainside Market, Tourism Radium, or the Library.

Limited quantities available so get your calendar soon!

Water Quality Advisory Lifted

Water Quality Advisory is Now Lifted - Issued Thursday, August 31st, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. MST.

We have now completed flushing of the municipal water mains and the distribution system has returned to normal operating parameters.

Thank you.