City of Cranbrook

News articles from October 2015

October 26, 2015

Public Works Closes Idlewild Park Piers to Public Access

Cranbrook, BC (October 26, 2015) -- Unstable railings on the two piers at Idlewild Park are the reason behind Public Works closing access to ensure public safety. - Read More »

October 26, 2015

Sustain Important Memories through the City’s Commemorative Trees & Benches Program

Cranbrook, BC (October 26, 2015) – Many people have significant memories of important events or people in their lives who they feel they wish to commemorate in - Read More »

October 21, 2015

Have Your Say! 15 Minute Consumer Survey

Cranbrook, BC (October 21, 2015) -- The Cities of Cranbrook and Kimberley are surveying local consumers to get a better understanding of their needs and habits.  - Read More »

October 13, 2015

Major Repairs to Rails to Trails Starting October 21

Cranbrook, BC (October 13, 2015) -- Starting Wednesday, October 21st, major repairs will be taking place along the NorthStar Rails to Trails.  The section of - Read More »

October 9, 2015

Communities of Kimberley and Cranbrook Celebrate Successful 2018 55+ BC Games Bid

      (Left to right) – Kurt Madersbacher, BC Games Zone 7 Executive; Kathryn Teneese, Ktunaxa Nation Council Chair; Cranbrook Mayor Lee Pratt; Ray Neratko, - Read More »

October 9, 2015

14th Avenue & 2nd Street South Intersection Traffic Signals to Be Replaced Starting October 19

Intersection will be designated a four way stop; Drivers asked to please watch for and obey signage. Cranbrook, BC (October 9, 2015) -- Replacement of the traffic - Read More »

October 6, 2015

Statement of 2016 Property Tax Exemptions

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October 5, 2015

Public Washrooms in City Parks Beginning To Close For Season

Cranbrook, BC (October 5, 2015) – As the colder weather is upon us, all of the public washrooms in City parks around Cranbrook are in the process - Read More »

October 1, 2015

Cranbrook Fire Services Marks 2015 Fire Prevention Week - October 4 -10th

Cranbrook, BC (October 1, 2015) -- Location matters when it comes to your smoke alarm. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention - Read More »

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