Posted on Thursday, January 19, 2023 10:49 AM
Mayor, Council, the Trail and District Public Library Director and Board Chair welcomed the Honourable Anne Kang, Minister of Municipal Affairs, to Trail on January 17, 2023.
During their visit, Council provided a tour of the Trail Riverfront Centre (library, museum and visitor centre) downtown, and Trail City Hall. Council took the opportunity to express their concerns over the lack of increased library funding despite the expectation of public libraries ramping up services and hours to accommodate...
Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 09:03 AM
The City of Trail has mailed the 2023 utilities invoices for annual water, sewer, and garbage services. Residents and businesses can expect to receive their invoices via Canada Post. Those signed up for electronic invoices should have received an email late last week.
Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2023 11:39 AM
We’ve heard your frustrations and concerns about garbage collection interruptions this winter during the recent snow events, and we’re very sorry you’ve experienced these inconveniences. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding.
The City has been in contact with the garbage contractor, GFL Environmental, to learn more about the drivers’ winter challenges, and the City will continue to put in their best efforts for snow clearing and sanding.
We’d also like...
Posted on Thursday, January 12, 2023 02:01 PM
For Immediate Release
TRAIL, BC – City of Trail Mayor and Council have been receiving inquiries after the release of a news story highlighting an RCMP investigation into one of its Trail-stationed members who had shared his controversial political views through a satirical YouTube channel.
“We would like to reassure our community that our Council values our residents and we will continue to strive to provide an inclusive, welcoming, and vibrant community,” said Mayor Colleen Jones. “We do understand...
Posted on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 02:46 PM
The Community Initiatives Grant Program has a new name! "Resident Directed Grants (ReDi)"
Regional Districts and Indigenous Partners within the Columbia Basin deliver the Trust’s ReDi Grant program, formally known as the Community Initiatives Program (CIP) on behalf of the Trust (Columbia Basin Trust).
ReDi grants support projects that benefit the broad community and public good through community-based decision-making and ensuring an opportunity for resident input on projects. This program is funded...