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Current City Updates

State of Emergency Declared

11:00 am

The City of Armstrong has declared a state of local emergency in response to flooding which is being experienced in areas of the community.   

Large volumes of water are collecting in low lying areas as a result of recent heavy rains. 

There are currently no road closures but the City asks residents to use caution around creeks as fast moving water may cause erosion and instability of bank edges.

The City of Armstrong would like to remind residents that they are responsible for protecting their buildings and properties from flooding. Sand and bags are currently available for self-filling, at no cost, at the Public Works Yard located at 2950 Patterson Avenue.

Residents whose homes are impacted by the flooding should call City Hall 250-546-3023. 


On-Call Fire Fighters Wanted

The Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department is accepting applications for Paid On-call Fire Fighters.

Employment Opportunities

The City is looking to attract a progressive and accomplished professional to join our team as Corporate Officer. Please view our Employment Opportunities page for more details.

Spring Works in the City

For more information about Yard Waste/Pruning pick up, Street Sweeping and Water Meter Reading activities; please click here


If any residents find themselves in need of sandbags, there are sandbags and sand available at the public works yard. There is one shovel on site but you may wish to bring your own to fill the bags. For more information about filling sandbags, please click here

Volunteers Needed for Age Friendly Community Advisory Committee

The City Council's Age Friendly Community Advisory Committee is looking for volunteers to apply to fill vacancies for a one-year term (2018).

Winter Maintenance Policy

Please click here to review information about snow removal in the City along with the current copy of the Winter Maintenance Policy. The policy outlines how we prioritize and manage snow removal on city streets, sidewalks, and municipal properties.

Current Tender

View our Bids, Quotes, Request for Proposals & Tenders page for current tenders.

Master Water Plan

Council received the City's Master Water Plan and the Appendices at the Special Council Meeting on August 29, 2017.

2016 Annual Report

The 2016 Annual Report including the 2016 Financial Statements is ready for review.

Climate Action

Climate Action & Carbon Emission Report - 2016

Awarded Bids

List of Awarded Bids in 2017, as of December 31, 2017.

Radon Awareness

For information about Radon Awareness please see the Lung Association brochure RandonAware or go directly to the RadonAware website:

Garbage Collection

Waste Connections of Canada is the contractor for residential curbside garbage collection. The contact phone number for Waste Connections of Canada is 1-855-765-0565. Residents can use this number to report garbage-related problems. Complaints regarding garbage collection in general can be made directly with City Hall.


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.

Landfill Hours of Operation

The Armstrong Spallumcheen Recycling and Disposal Facility is open year round. For the most up-to-date hours you can check their website at the link provided. You can view the schedule here.


Recycling is looked after through Recycle 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 program visit the Recycle BC website.

 Council Business City Information, Community Events & Interests  

Agendas and Minutes

Master Sewer Plan Update

Developments & Applications

Council Delegation Request Form

Parks & Recreation Guide

Rail Safety in the Community











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