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September 2018

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  1. City of Williams Lake Acquires RC Cotton Waterfront Lands

    City of Williams Lake Council is excited to announce the transfer of RC Cotton waterfront lands from BC Rail to the City of Williams Lake for recreation trail and lakefront access. Read on...
  2. Backyard Burning Ban Lifted within Williams Lake Boundaries

    With the reduction in fire hazard and the BC Wildfire Service rescinding of campfire bans throughout the Cariboo Fire Center as of noon today, the Williams Lake Fire Department has lifted the backyard ban that has been in place most of the summer. Read on...
  3. Accessibility Upgrades Underway for Williams Lake Regional Airport

    The City of Williams Lake is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from Northern Development Initiative Trust for Williams Lake Regional Airport passenger terminal upgrades. Phase 1 is now underway... Media Release
  4. Restricted Access to Fourth Avenue

    Effective immediately, road access to 4th Avenue is restricted from the intersections at Borland Street and Proctor Street. This closure will be in effect for at least one month to allow sidewalk and road development for the future Cariboo Place. Read on...
  5. City Of Williams Lake Emergency Support Services Reception Center Closed

    Due to decreased demand, the Emergency Support Services (ESS) Reception Centre for evacuees formerly operating out of the Lake City Senior Secondary Carson Campus will be closing at 4 p.m., August 23, 2018. Read on...
  6. BC Transit - Service and Fare Changes Coming to Williams Lake in the Fall

    This September, transit riders in Williams Lake will benefit from the addition of two new weekday trips on routes 1 Community Bus and 3 South Lakeside each, and from a simplified ticket price. BC Transit Media Advisory
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