1. City Encourages Residents To Have Their Say on Provincial 10-Year Transportation Plan

    The City of Williams Lake encourages all residents to provide their input to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s B.C. On the Move 10-year Transportation Plan. Read on...
  2. Committee of the Whole Recommends Limiting Dutch Point Road Lake Access

    Meeting as Committee of the Whole on Oct. 28, Williams Lake City Council passed a recommendation to limit the lake access on Dutch Point Road to non-motorized traffic only to address safety concerns. The access is not being closed. Read on...
  3. City Highlights Importance of Mt. Polley Returning to Full Operation

    Meeting as Committee of the Whole on Oct. 28, Williams Lake City Council passed a recommendation to write a letter to the Premier and appropriate provincial ministers expressing the importance of Mt. Polley returning to full operations. Read on...
  4. Sam Ketcham Pool Renovation Gets West Fraser’s Support

    The Cariboo Regional District (CRD), the City of Williams Lake and West Fraser are delighted to announce West Fraser’s commitment of $500,000 towards the proposed renovation of the Sam Ketcham pool. Read on...
  5. Fifth Junior Council Takes Oath of Office

    The City of Williams Lake’s fifth group of Junior Councillors was sworn into office at the Oct. 21 Council meeting, bringing the total number of young people who have served in that capacity so far to 25. Read on...
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