News

News

Terrace Downtown Improvement Area Society (TDIA) will provide an update on the 4600 Lakelse Avenue Downtown Revitalization. Council will consider first readings of a bylaw to establish a Local Government Climate Action Program Reserve to place funds received from the Province until appropriate projects are identified. Council will review and consider supporting an application for new a Non-Medical Cannabis Retail Store License for Bath & Dhillon Cannabis Ltd. at 102-4746 Lakelse Avenue. Read more
City Hall, Development Services, Leisure Services
In October, a second cross-departmental workshop was hosted in collaboration with Pinna Sustainability and the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC) Read more
City Hall, Development Services, Feature
Chief Elections Officer, Cathy Jackson, provides the declaration of official election results. Read more
City Hall, Feature
City Hall, Feature
An art installation made by the students of Suwilaawks School, installed along Howe Creek Trail in honour of National Day of Truth and Reconciliation has been destroyed by vandals. Read more
City Hall, Feature
The City of Terrace recognizes the dire need for more healthcare professionals locally and regionally and is supporting Northern Health in their recruitment efforts for healthcare professionals. Read more
City Hall, Feature
On September 12, 2022, Emergency Management British Columbia (EMBC) approved funding under the Emergency Program Act to mitigate the ongoing landslide hazard occurring on the Kitsumkalum River escarpment near McConnell Crescent, within the City of Terrace. Read more
City Hall, Emergency Services
The 2022 Tax Sale scheduled for Monday, September 26, 2022 has a been cancelled. Read more
City Hall, Development Services, Finance
At 4:00 pm today, September 9, the nomination period closed for candidates in the upcoming City of Terrace municipal election. The Chief Election Officer has signed the declaration of candidates, so we can now provide you with the list of nominees and information on the next steps. Read more
City Hall
Effective at 2:00pm on Tuesday, August 30, 2022, the City of Terrace rescinded the Category 2 and Category 3 open fire prohibition that took effect at the end of July. Read more
City Hall, Fire Department
City of Terrace’s City Manager, Kris Boland, announced today the hiring of Maggie Hall into the newly formed position, Deputy City Manager/Economic Development Officer. Read more
City Hall
Please note both the Public Hearing and Regular Council Meeting will be broadcast on the same stream through Facebook and our website—no need to change to a different stream after the Public Hearing is over. However, there are separate Teams meetings for the Public Hearing and Regular Council Meeting.

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City Hall, Development Services
Effective at noon on Thursday, July 28, 2022, the City of Terrace will be following the direction of the provincial government and implementing a ban on category 2 and 3 fires within the City of Terrace boundaries. Read more
Fire Department, Leisure Services
UPDATED- State of local emergency (SOLE) has been declared for the purpose of facilitating an evacuation order for a property on McConnell Crescent. Read more
Development Services, Emergency Services, Feature
Construction of the Grand Trunk Pathway Extension and Lakelse Connection Project is scheduled to start July 11, 2022. Read more
Feature, Development Services, Leisure Services, Public Works