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Current City Updates:




The City has implemented Stage 2 watering restrictions effective immediately until further notice. 

This is due to extreme temperatures causing a quick spring runoff, the City of Armstrong is having to switch water source from the Fortune Creek surface supply to groundwater wells. You may notice the well water is slightly warmer, it may taste differently, and require more soap for cleaning. It is entirely safe to use.

During Stage 2 Restrictions, no person shall:

-use a sprinkler or irrigation system

- wash driveways, sidewalks, parking lots or exterior buildings

During Stage 2 Restrictions, a person may:

- Water trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables if watering is done by hand-held container or a hose equipped with a shut off nozzle, but only during the prescribed Stage 1 watering hours and days which are:- an even numbered address may water on even days and an odd numbered address on odd days - between the hours of 6 am - 10 am or 7 pm - midnight; and

- Water newly planted trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables if watering by hand during installation and the following 24 hours.

For more information you can review our Water Conservation Bylaw 1689.

Change of Contractor

Garbage Collection

This to to notify residents that effective May 1, 2016, Progressive Waste Solutions will be the new contractor for residential curbside garbage collection. There will be no changes to the days of collection or limit of bags. The contact phone number for Progressive Waste Solutions is 1-855-765-0565. Residents can use this number beginning in May to report garbage-related problems. Complaints regarding garbage collection in general can be made directly with City Hall.

New Building Inspection Service

Effective December 21, 2015, the City of Armstrong will be accepting all building inquiries directly and building permits will be issued by the City.  New application forms and information sheets are available for download.

2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report Including Financial Statements


Intense storms can cause localized drainage and flooding issues. To help prevent possible drainage and flooding problems, residents should ensure all catch basin drains and culverts on or near their properties are kept clean of debris at all times. It is very common for drains to become plugged during storm events.

Sand and sand bags are available 24/7 at the lot adjacent the Public Works Yard on Patterson Avenue. Bring a shovel to fill the bags yourself.

BC Games 55+

Read all about it! Armstrong and Spallumcheen Partner with Vernon to Host 55+ BC Games.

Landfill Change of Hours

The Armstrong Spallumcheen Recycling and Disposal Facility has new summer hours. View the schedule here.

Council Meetings

View the complete 2016 Council Schedule.

Fire Hall Renovation and Expansion Project:

Keep informed on the latest news with the Fire Hall renovations and expansion.

Press Release 21 October 2014

Press Release 7 October 2014


Recycling is looked after through Multi Material BC. The local contractor is Emterra Environmental and they can be reached at 250-545-4245 with inquiries or bin requirements. For more information on the new program view their pamphlet online or visit their website.

Update from the Regional District of North Okanagan on local facilities accepting recycling.

MMBC Presentation to Council

Water Turbidity Index:


 Council Business City Information, Community Events & Interests  

Agendas and Minutes

Master Sewer Plan Update

Developments & Applications

Council Delegation Request Form

Parks & Recreation Spring & Summer Guide

Rail Safety in the Community

2014 Climate Change Survey

Final Climate Emissions Report 2014














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