Do Not Shovel Snow onto Roadways

Our Public Works Crew and Bylaw Enforcement Officer, would like to remind Village of Anmore residents, NOT to shovel your snow onto the roadway. We recommend shoveling onto your yard, to the right of your driveway. VILLAGE OF ANMORE Highway Regulation Bylaw No. 586-2018 (A bylaw to regulate highway use and control of traffic in the Village of Anmore) Click...

Buntzen Puma Road Closure and Update

Buntzen Lake Notice The Buntzen PUMA road is currently closed due to unsafe winter driving conditions. Crews are currently working on snow clearing, but the PUMA road will remain closed until travel is deemed safe by onsite staff. It is difficult to predict when/if we will open it today. Trails are currently open as the snow is light and hasn’t...

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS ~ Deadline 4:00pm Friday, March 1

Anmore Council is recruiting volunteers to serve on various committees. If you are interested in volunteering your time with the Village of Anmore, we welcome you to submit an expression of interest, including reference of any relevant experience, by the deadline of 4:00 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2019. Click HERE to view the mail drop that is expected to arrive in...

Real Acts of Caring Week

It’s about doing something kind for another and not expecting anything back in return. Click HERE to learn more about Real Acts of Caring, this inspiring group of students, and even start your own RAC club!

Trail Marker Program

The Village of Anmore Trail Marker Program is an excellent way to celebrate the life of a loved one or honour an individual, group or special event. Trail markers are available for dedication through the Village of Anmore Trail Marker Program. To learn more: Click HERE to view the Trail Marker Program details. Click HERE to view the Trail Marker...

Anmore Launches “Adopt a Street Program”

The Village of Anmore’s Adopt a Street program is a cooperative effort between community volunteers and the Village to help maintain litter-free public sidewalks and walkways. The Village welcomes residents and organizations like schools, local non-profits and businesses to participate in the program. To learn about how to participate, please click HERE. To register for the Adopt a Street program...

Oh no… there’s a bear in my backyard!

Oh no… there’s a bear in my backyard!

We are lucky to be living in such a picturesque, wooded area but encounters with wildlife are not a matter of if, but when. *Only use bird feeders in winter time *Keep garbage in house, garage or shed until 7am on collection day *Store organic waste in your freezer to eliminate odour and attractants from your green cart until collection day *Prune and manage...

FOOD ISN’T GARBAGE – 2 Minute Video

Find out what happens to food scraps after they are picked up from curbside organics collection and why it’s important to not put plastic bags – even if they’re labeled biodegradable or compostable – in your municipal organics bin. You can view the video HERE . The 2-minute video covers the following topics: Awareness of organics ban Which organic waste...

BC Seniors’ Guide

The BC Seniors’ Guide is a book-style compilation of information and resources to help us all plan for and live a healthy lifestyle as we age. It includes information on provincial and federal programs, with sections on benefits, health, lifestyle, housing, transportation, finances, safety and security, and other services. You can download the PDF version of the guide (great for...