Welcome to the Village of Harrison Hot Springs

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs is located in the beautiful Fraser Valley with its glacier fed lake, surrounded by mountains and clean fresh air, it offers a unique place to visit or live and enjoy the many recreational activities available.

 
We are at: Quick Access:

495 Hot Springs Road
P.O. Box 160
Harrison Hot Springs, BC
V0M 1K0

Business Hours:
Mon to Fri - 8:00am - 4:30pm
Closed on Weekends
Closed Statutory Holidays





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IMPORTANT NOTICES

 

Municipal Annual Report 2013

Public Notice
Annual Report 2013


WATER RESTRICTIONS

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs adopted a Water Conservation Plan Policy.  This policy was implemented to ensure water conservation measures are put in place.
The following watering restrictions are now in force and will apply for the months of June, July, August and September.

Residents and businesses are to practice water conservation by minimizing or discontinuing water use for non-essential purposes.

Residential watering is restricted to the following:


EVEN NUMBERED ADDRESSES ON TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
ODD NUMBERED ADDRESSES ON WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS
WATERING TIMES:
5:00 A.M. – 8:00 A.M.
7:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.

These restrictions are necessary to ensure sufficient capacities of water for Fire Protection and household needs are maintained.
Thank you for your cooperation.

 

2014.07.11

A survey crew will be working along the banks of the Miami River between Wednesday July 16, 2014 and Friday July 18, 2014

The survey crew will be working adjacent to properties bordering the Miami River.

We thank you for your cooperation & understanding
during this work

Ian Gardner
Operations Manager

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2014.07.16

click here to read about the
Open Fire Prohibition

2014.07.17

Campbell Lake Trailhead Closure

 

 

 

 

 

 



2014.06.30

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ALTERNATIVE APPROVAL PROCESS NOTICE HAS BEEN CANCELLED FOR THE JULY 28, 2014 DEADLINE DATE.

ANY COMPLETED ELECTOR RESPONSE FORMS FOR THE JULY 28, 2014 DEADLINE DATE WILL BE DESTROYED. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A NEW ELECTOR RESPONSE FORM FOR THE AUGUST 11, 2014 DEADLINE DATE.

Notice of Alternative Approval Process - deadline August 11, 2014

Elector Response Form

Bylaw No. 1052, 2014 Miami River Dike Pump Station Upgrade Loan Authorization

 

2014.07.11

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs is participating in the 2014 National Edition of Communities in Bloom in the 1,001 - 5,000 population category, along with the Town of Bruderheim AB, the Town of Carbonear NL, the Town of Indian Head SK, the Sun Rivers Resort Community BC, and the Town of Windsor NS.

The Communities in Bloom judges, Lorna McIlroy from Grande Prairie, Alberta and Ted Zarudny from Orangeville, Ontario will evaluate Village of Harrison Hot Springs on July 16.

Communities in Bloom is a Canadian non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility, beautification and to improving quality of life through community participation and a national challenge.

The National and International results will be announced in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island during the Awards Ceremonies from September 17 to 20, 2014.  The concurrent National Symposium on Parks and Grounds offers conference sessions, workshops, and technical visits with the theme of Celebrating People, Plants and Pride …20 years later.
Also, please visit www.communitiesinbloom.ca to listen and download the CiB 20th Anniversary Song composed and performed by Richard Daigneault, Landscape Architect, National Capital Commission and CiB National Judge.  Don’t miss the opportunity of hearing it live during the Awards Ceremonies in Charlottetown!
To support the educational aspect of its activities, the organization established the Communities in Bloom Foundation, a registered charity dedicated to funding, developing, and disseminating education and awareness on the value, improvement, importance and sustainable development of green spaces and natural environment in Canada.
Within the context of climate change and environmental concerns,
all those involved in the Communities in Bloom program can be proud of their efforts
which provide real and meaningful environmental solutions and benefit all of society.

His Excellency, the Right Honourable David Johnston, C.C., C.M.M., C.O.M., C.D. Governor General of Canada is the Patron of Communities in Bloom.

For further information, please contact:
Village of Harrison Hot Springs, BC:
Councillor Allan Jackson - 604-796-2171 / ajackson@harrisonhotsprings.ca / www.harrisonhotsprings.ca

Communities in Bloom National Office:
Sonia Parrino - 514-694-8871 / bloom@cib-cef.com / www.communitiesinbloom.ca
Facebook: www.facebook.com/communitiesinbloom Twitter: www.twitter.com/cibcef

 

 

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General Notices

Climate Action Revenue Incentive Interim Report 2013

Coastal Fire Centre Wildfire News - June 2014

Mosquito Control

With summer now upon us, the adult mosquitoes appear to have arrived just in time for the July long weekend.  The Fraser Valley Regional District’s Nuisance Mosquito Control Program has been monitoring and treating mosquito larvae throughout the low-lying areas of the region since early May.  While these efforts greatly reduce overall numbers, the adult mosquitoes that have hatched are now dispersing from their breeding sites along the river and are beginning to concentrate into the usual hotspot areas, where they can be a large annoyance to landowners and livestock. 

Please forward all complaints to the FVRD Mosquito Hotline at 1-888-733-2333.  Emails can be forwarded to mosquitoes@fvrd.bc.ca. Mosquito contractors, Morrow Bioscience, will reply to all messages received within 24 hours.

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