The City of Armstrong is dedicated to providing up-to-date information regarding the new City Hall building. As construction continues, the City will provide citizens with frequent updates.
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Municipal Hall Closed: National Day of Mourning Sept. 19th
The City will return to regular office hours on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022.
Campfire Ban Extension Lifted
The Armstrong Spallumcheen Fire Department lifted the fire ban at 12 p.m. (noon) on Monday, Sept. 5th, 2022.
IPE Returns: Please Park Responsibly
The City of Armstrong wishes Interior Provincial Exhibition (IPE) fairgoers a good time at this year’s fair and encourages everyone to remain diligent and be responsible for where they park their vehicles.
Blood Drive: Armstrong Challenges You!
Council and Staff will be filling at least 20 appointments to donate.
Armstrong Welcomes: New Manager of Planning Services
Armstrong Welcomes New Manager of Planning Services FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Armstrong, B.C.) – The City of Armstrong is pleased to introduce its new Manager of Planning Services, Laurie Cordell. Cordell is the newest member of the City of Armstrong team,…
New Page Launched: Climate Action
The City of Armstrong is excited to announce the addition of Climate Action to our website. The new webpage will offer citizens information regarding the day-to-day steps our municipality is taking to prioritize our community’s well-being. The City incorporates Climate…
Campfire Ban In Effect
Wildfire prevention is a shared responsibility. Human-caused wildfires are completely preventable and divert critical resources away from lightning-caused wildfires. The City of Armstrong seasonally experiences a “high” or “extreme” fire rating this time of year and we appreciate our residents and visitors taking care.
2022 General Election: Nomination Packages Ready
2022 General Election Candidate Nomination Packages are ready for viewing by the public. Anyone interested in running in the 2022 General Election can find the forms online or pick up in person at City Hall.
Beat the Heat: Tips for Staying Cool
If you or another person is concerned or experiencing a heat related health risk, please contact your physician or HeathLink BC at 811, if it is of an urgent nature, please contact 911.