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Local Weather

News Archive

Playground Temporary Closure

The Kirk Street Playground will be closed from May 21st to June 3 to install new safety surfacing.

The playground located at the main park will remain open during this period of time.

Thank you for your patience!

Emergency Preparedness Week May 5-11

May 5 - 11 is National Emergency Preparedness Week.

Click here for a downloadable pamphlet to help you prepare for emergencies.

We encourage you to visit the RDEK's website to learn about preparing yourself for ermergencies.

https://www.rdek.bc.ca/departments/emergencyservices/emergencyinfo/

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Wildlife Survey 2019

Survey will be available soon!

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Watering Restrictions

 

Watering restrictions are in place from June 1st until September 30th of each year.

No watering of lawns and gardens from 10:00 am till 6:00 pm. (Note: watering during the heat of the day is ineffective, resulting in evaporation and waste of valuable water). Read more »

DOG LICENSES

Dog licenses are due for 2019.   

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 »

Ipad/Iphone Workshop

If you need assistance in learning the ins and outs of your new device, check out this workshop hosted by Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy. Registration is limited to 10 participants. 

COUGAR SIGHTING

A cougar and her kittens are making the rounds of the Village, particularly in the proximity of Pine Cone Lane and Sun Valley Place. Please be aware of your surroundings when you are out walking, and keep your pets and small children close at all times. 

Take precautions to prevent contact with a cougar:  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 »

Parent & Tot Playtime

Come join us for a parent & tot playtime in Radium with Family Dynamix!

2019 dates are: April 18, 25, May 2, 9 and 16, from 9am - 12pm. We meet in the Radium Gym (Parks Canada Building).

For more information, contact Family Dynamix at 250-342-5566.

 

 

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 »