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News articles from December 2015

December 31, 2015

Street Clearing Continues Following Steady Holiday Snowfall

Cranbrook, BC (December 31, 2015) – City snow removal crews continue today to clear the streets from the steady snowfall the area has received the past week. - Read More »

December 29, 2015

Remember To Renew Your Dog Licenses For 2016

2016 Cranbrook Dog License Renewals Have Been Mailed Cranbrook, BC (December 29, 2015) – Dog owners in Cranbrook are reminded to have their dogs licensed each year; that - Read More »

December 22, 2015

Urban Mule Deer Translocation Trial Set To Begin This Winter

Cranbrook, BC (December 22, 2015) -- After extensive planning and discussions, a trial project to translocate urban mule deer from four communities in the East Kootenay - Read More »

December 14, 2015

Bylaw Services Reminds Residents to Control Your Dogs

Cranbrook, BC (December 14, 2015) – Residents are reminded that allowing your dog to run at large in the City of Cranbrook is not allowed, under the - Read More »

December 9, 2015

Changes In Monthly Utility Rates Starting January 1st

Cranbrook, BC (December 9, 2015) -- The City of Cranbrook announces that effective January 1, 2016, the monthly utility rates will change as follows: Residential Utility Increase/(Decrease) New - Read More »

December 7, 2015

Slow Down, Move Over: Help Keep Our Roadside and Emergency Workers Safe

Cranbrook, BC (December 7, 2015) – Roadside maintenance workers and emergency staff are out all year round and it is important for drivers to be aware of - Read More »

December 2, 2015

Members of Cranbrook Fire & Emergency Services Undergo Ice Rescue Training Exercise

Cranbrook, BC (December 2, 2015) -- Members of Cranbrook Fire & Emergency Services spent a day last week refreshing their ice rescue skills during a training event - Read More »

December 2, 2015

Fluctuating Water Levels at Idlewild Lake Create Extremely Dangerous Ice Conditions

Cranbrook, BC (December 2, 2015) – The ongoing fluctuations in the water levels at Idlewild Lake is creating extreme ice hazards and it is very important for - Read More »

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