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ELECTIONS 2018

 2018 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS CANDIDATE INFORMATION

Local government elections are held every four (4) years on the third Saturday in October for the election of Mayors and Councillors. The Village of Kaslo is comprised of one (1) Mayor and four (4) Councillors. The next local government election is in 2018.

 

DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS 

Dog at Large Summary

The Village intends to promote improved bylaw compliance with photographs and descriptions of dogs that have been reported at large in order that they can be identified.

April 7th 2017  PICTURE FOLDER

Current Dogs At Large that the Animal Control Officer would like to know more about:

Interior Health - Community Update

Report from the Kaslo and Area D Health Select Committee

The following documents are released for public review following a closed meeting of Council on 2015.07.07:

2015.07.07  Health Select Committee Report (raised to open meeting)

Resignation of Maggie Winters (committee secretary)

Letter dated 2015.07.04 from Kate O'Keefe

Cougar sightings

Some residents have recently contacted the Village with concerns about cougar sightings, particularly in upper Kaslo.

Wildsafe BC advises that the main reason that cougars come into town is to follow deer. When near residences, they may encounter pets or other small animals that also can become prey.

Current employment opportunities with the Village

There are currently some postings for employment with the Village.  Please link to this page.

GARBAGE AND RECYCLING CALENDAR 2018 - 2019

Here is a calendar for all Kaslo residents for recycling and garbage collection for  2019/20.

DOWNLOAD AND PRINT PDF

recycling is every other Tuesday in conjunction with the garbage pick up..  Please fell free to contact our office for further details.  This is a free service.


 

 

2014 Annual Report

Click here for  Annual Report

 

Cougar presentation Dec 11th in Kaslo

Kaslo WildSafeBC is hosting a cougar presentation next Wednesday, Dec. 11th at the Langham Theatre, 7pm.

More information:

Gillian Sanders

Kaslo WildSafeBC Community Coordinator
250-353-1137
kaslo@wildsafebc.com

Response to the IHA from Mayor Greg Lay - 15/11/13

Dear Dr. Halpenny,

Re:  Kaslo Victorian Community Health Centre Emergency Department

Thank you for providing the delegation on November 12th to the Village of Kaslo by Mr. Neuner and Dr. Etherington.

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