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Departments

The staff and administration of the City of Armstrong are proud to serve our community. Get access to the information and resources you need. From business resources to health services information, direct access to city services, or to find the latest information on open tenders and job opportunities, you can find access here.

Property Tax

Property Tax Notices are sent in May of each year via Canada Post. The deadline to pay taxes and claim your home owner grant without penalty is the first business day after July 1st . A 10 percent penalty will be…

Sewer Infrastructure

The City of Armstrong Wastewater Treatment Plant currently provides treatment for domestic and industrial wastewater generated within the City. Our wastewater system incorporates the following components:  Preliminary treatment of the influent wastewater Secondary treatment in a multiple cell partial-mix aerated…

Emergency Management

Disasters have been occurring around the globe with unprecedented frequency, bringing to the forefront the need to be prepared for disasters of all kinds. The City of Armstrong believes that the more work we do today, the more we can help the residents and businesses in our community. With preparation, our City can become more resilient to the effects of a disaster and better prepared to cope after a major disaster.

Directories

The City of Armstrong acknowledges the importance of providing reference for citizens to contact local facilities and organizations.

The information provided by the City of Armstrong is for general informational purposes only.

All information on this web page is provided in good faith, however we make no representation or warranty of any kind, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness of any information.

We advised those who wish to contact the facilities below to contact facilities directly through the yellow pages, google or any other means beyond the City of Armstrong.

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Activities

No matter what the season, there are indoor and outdoor recreation activities and community events for all ages.

Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department

The Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department (ASFD) is a composite department comprised of three career members, including the Fire Chief, Fire Prevention Officer, Training Officer and more than 30 Paid-On-Call Firefighters. The Fire Department is proud to serve the residents, visitors…

Public Works

City of Armstrong public operations services supports, operates and maintains infrastructure including city roadways, drainage, sewer and water treatment, as well as parks and open spaces to ensure successful municipal operations.

Mayor And Council

Pride of our past, the Spirit of our present, and Vision of our future.

City Council’s Mission Statement is to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Armstrong through responsible, efficient, and effective delivery of municipal services for our citizens.

Community Profile

Armstrong, considered the “Heart of Country”, is located in the heart of Spallumcheen Valley, between the sunny Okanagan and the bright Shuswap Valleys. Numerous mountains, valleys, streams and lakes surround this picturesque little town. The diverse landscape makes it one of the most beautiful agricultural areas in British Columbia.

Climate Action

Climate challenges affects everyone, and the City of Armstrong is committed to taking action to address climate impacts and build resiliency.

City Hall

Progress Reports Frequent Progress Reports on City Hall construction will be posted to the website for all interested residents. Press Releases & Events As City Hall construction progresses, the City of Armstrong may host events or release pertinent information to…

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Armstrong wins 5th Make Water Work Championship

The City of Armstrong empowers the community to work together to conserve water through a variety of measures including year-round water conservation restrictions, as well as its community-wide participation in the Okanagan Basin Water Boards’ Make Water Work campaign.

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