2019 Annual Report

The 2019 Annual Report will be presented during the Regular Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 21, 2020, starting at 7:00 p.m.  There will be an opportunity for comments or questions in person at the Council Meeting. Alternatively, written comments or questions will also be considered if submitted in person, by mail, or by email HERE. In order to afford Council...

Let’s Celebrate our Anmore Graduates of 2020!

You did it! Join us in celebrating all of our dedicated and hard-working Anmore 2020 grads! We are very proud of you! Our warmest thoughts and highest hopes are with you as you celebrate your graduation. Always remember, there is no limit to what you can achieve. Congratulations on your graduation and best wishes for your next adventure! Make some...

Village Hall Partial Re-opening

In line with advice and recommendations by both Provincial health authorities and WorkSafe BC, the Village Hall will be partially re-opening to the public starting on Monday, June 15, 2020. Visitors to the Village Hall must practice physical distancing and must not enter the Village Hall if they feel sick.  Markers have been placed inside the reception area and outside...

Anmore Community Hub Survey – Tell Us What You Think!

Please click HERE to access the Community Feedback Survey to provide feedback on the Anmore Community Hub building, from potential uses of the community space to your thoughts on gender neutral washrooms. The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete. We greatly appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts. The Anmore Community Hub website is now...

Looking Ahead: 2020 Priorities

Click HERE to view the 2020 Property Tax Insert and message from Mayor John McEwen and Council with a look ahead at 2020 priorities. Tax Notices were mailed to registered homeowners the last week of May 2020. While property tax payments are still due Thursday, July 2, 2020, there will only be a 2% penalty for any outstanding taxes as...

Income tax filing and payment deadlines: CRA and COVID-19

Click HERE to view the Income tax filing and payment deadlines: CRA and COVID-19 CRA has announced the following information “You will not be charged late-filing penalties or interest if your 2019 individual (T1) income tax returns are filed and payments are made prior to September 1, 2020. However, we are preserving the June 1 filing deadline for T1 individuals,...

Lawn Watering Regulations are in effect May 1 to October 15

Metro Vancouver launches annual lawn watering regulations Our water use can increase by 50% in summer and early fall, largely due to lawn watering. The region‑wide watering regulations are an effective way to help us use our drinking water wisely. Stage 1 Residential lawn Watering allowed: Even-numbered addresses: Wednesday, Saturday mornings 4 am – 9 am Odd-numbered addresses: Thursday, Sunday mornings 4 am – 9...

We are here to assist you during the Covid-19 closure!

Many of our Anmore residents have been in contact with us throughout the Covid-19 municipal office closure. We would like to remind all residents that staff are available to assist you with municipal related services and general enquiries. If you require assistance with any of the services listed on the image below, please send your enquiry via email to: village.hall@anmore.com...

B.C. Ministry of Finance Property Tax Deferment Program Now Online

Click HERE to view the Information Bulletin. B.C. residential property owners can now apply for property tax deferment on their principal residence online, quickly and easily. For the first time, owners can choose to auto renew their application. Municipalities will no longer be responsible for accepting deferment applications. Property owners will still apply for their Home Owner Grant and make...

DID YOU KNOW?

Click HERE for Tips on how to be prepared and what should be in your personal emergency kit as well as valuable information and resources are included Click HERE for those of you looking for HELP/OK signs they are available in a printable version Copies of the Village of Anmore Emergency Guide and the HELP/OK signs are normally available at...

Help our seniors stay safe!

Click HERE to view helpful information for seniors and for those wanting to help volunteer. Note: You may access any of listed website links (url’s) by simply clicking on the link you wish to view. Download the BC Govt COVID-19 Health App for iOS and Android

BC Hydro Recreation Area Facilities are now CLOSED

Due to the high concentration of visitors on site and the need to enforce social distancing in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, BC Hydro recreation area facilities are now closed. This includes campsites, boat launches, washrooms, day-use facilities and parking lots. BC Hydro will continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak closely and is following recommendations set out by the Provincial...

Fraser Health Authority Communications materials on COVID-19

March 18, 2020 – Fraser Health Authority Communication Please see the link below for yesterday’s statement from Minister of Health Adrian Dix and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer on COVID-19. The statement is followed by a number of useful links to information and resources for individuals and communities: https://archive.news.gov.bc.ca/releases/news_releases_2017-2021/2020HLTH0089-000505.pdf At Fraser Health, our communications team is maintaining a...

Village Hall Closure | Wednesday, March 18, 2020

The BC Centre for Disease Control continues to advise that the risk to the general population remains low in our area.  However, in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Village of Anmore is taking the extraordinary step of closing the Village Hall to the public effective tomorrow (Wednesday, March 18th).  A timeframe for reopening is not known at...

SD43 K-12 Schools Suspending Classes Indefinitely

K-12 Schools Suspending Classes Indefinitely Minister of Education Rob Fleming announced today at noon that all K-12 schools in BC will be suspending classes indefinitely. More details will be shared as they become available. It is recommended that parents/guardians follow news outlets for further information as the COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly. School District 43 information on COVID-19 may be...

We Want to Hear From YOU! Please complete our PARKING SURVEY

We Want to Hear from You Please take a few minutes to Complete our Parking Survey HERE. Your input will help shape decisions for our parking regulations. This survey is for Anmore residents and will take 5-10 minutes to complete. The deadline for submitting input is March 23, 2020. Please click “OK” to proceed to questions.     

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 5:30 am on collection day *Store organic waste in your freezer to eliminate odour and attractants from your green cart until collection day *Prune and...

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...