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  • 17 November 2015
    Boil Water Notice Rural Water Systems 8 & 9 from April 1-November 17 The Town of Osoyoos has issued a BOIL WATER NOTICE for Domestic Water Customers served in Rural Water Systems 8 & 9 effective from April 1, 2015 until November 17, 2015. In order to determine exactly which system you are being served by, please refer to the first three digits of the account number on your rural water bill. The Town of Osoyoos and Interior Health recommend individuals drink boiled water or a safe alternative until further notice.  For these at-risk populations, water intended for drinking, washing ready to eat fruits and vegetables, making beverages or ice, or brushing teeth should be boiled for one minute. Please notify tenants, visitors, or other building occupants of the boil water notice. The Town of Osoyoos is taking measures to disinfect and flush these water systems.  Interior Health has been fully involved, and the public will be notified when conditions change or water quality has improved.  Thank you in advance for your patience. If you have any further questions please contact: Public Works Department 11500 115 Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6213  (E)  pubworks@osoyoos.ca
  • 7 October 2015
    2015 Osoyoos Lake Water Science Forum October 7-9 FOR MORE INFORMATION     For more info please contact Carolina Restrepo-Tamayo at calila74@gmail.com.   Osoyoos and Oliver Residents, please register at Sonora Community Centre, 8505 68 Ave, Osoyoos, BC Phone 250-495-6562. Oroville Residents, please register at Oroville City Hall, 1308 Ironwood from 8am – 4pm  
  • 24 September 2015
    Vote Osoyoos for BEST STREET in the "Great Places in Canada" Contest! Click on the link below or the "Vote Now" button and nominate OSOYOOS!  http://greatplacesincanada.ca/contestants/main-street-osoyoos/ The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) is proud to present the 5th annual Great Places in Canada contest.  Great Places in Canada was created to celebrate and share those places which make one’s community unique and to recognize the vital work of our country’s professional planners.   Each nominated place is showcased on the 2015 Nominations page until November, 2015 when winners are announced. Tomorrow, you may come back and vote for your OSOYOOS again! You cannot vote for the same place more than once within the same day. September 24            Voting Period ENDS October 20                 Finalists Announced November 4               Winners announced in conjunction with World Town Planning Day Events NOTE Votes are tracked by IP address.  If you are trying to vote in a shared server environment (ie. an office) you may be told that you’ve already voted. Therefore, someone else has already voted using that IP address. Using your mobile device or another personal computer will solve this issue.  
  • 9 September 2015
    TENDER New Volunteer Fire Hall Deadline September 9 SEALED BIDS, for a New Volunteer Fire Hall for the Town of Osoyoos located at 9901 - 74th Avenue, Osoyoos, BC will be received by the undersigned up to 2:00 p.m., local time, Wednesday, September 9, 2015. Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter.  The reading of bids will be open to the public.    The project includes slab-on-grade building and cast-in-place concrete foundation, with glulam, wood frame and concrete masonry unit structure, low-slope SBS roof.  Exterior walls are clad with cementitious panel rainscreen system.  The building features fire sprinkler system throughout, as well as geothermal mechanical system with in-slab radiant heat.  The contract includes construction of the new 1610 square meter building, civil site works, as well as hard and soft landscaping.   The form of agreement and general conditions used for this project will be the Standard Construction  Document CCDC 2 2008 Stipulated Price Contract, produced by the Canadian Construction Documents Committee with alterations and additions as set forth in supplementary conditions.                               The Bid Documents will be lodged with B.C. Construction Association Plan Rooms, and are available from KMBR Architects Planners Inc., 1788 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, V6J 1V6, to General Contractors only on a deposit of $200.00, refundable upon return of documents in good order and within 20 working days from tender closing unless notified otherwise.  The Bid Documents are also available for viewing at the Town of Osoyoos, Planning and Development Office, 8711 Main Street, Osoyoos, BC.   Bid Depository will not be used.                               Bids shall be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the amount of 10% of the tender price and Consent Surety by the surety company providing the 50% Labour and Material Bond and 50% Performance Bond of the bid price.   The lowest or any Bid may not necessarily be accepted.   Sealed Bids shall be marked and addressed as follows:                                                                   Town of Osoyoos c/o KMBR Architects Planners Inc. 1788 West 8th Avenue Vancouver, BC, V6J 1V6 (F) 604-732-1828   Faxed amendments to the Bid are allowed prior to Tender Closing.                Requests for Information during the tender period should be addressed to Kate Lemon, KMBR Architects, email: klemon@kmbr.com, phone: 604-732-3361. The Bidders shall be deemed to have inspected the site and all conditions thereon and to have reviewed the complete contract documents in order to obtain a satisfactory comprehension of the work required and shall make all investigations necessary as to the form and nature of the site, ground, sub-soil and sub-strata, the quantities, location and nature of the work, the means of access to the site, the accommodation and facilities that may be required, and the conditions under which the labour force will be employed and in general have obtained all necessary information, location or otherwise, as to risks, contingencies and other circumstances which may influence or affect this tender.  No allowance will be subsequently made for failure to make such examination.  
  • 8 September 2015
    Next Town Council Meeting to be held on September 8, 2015 Town Council is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 9:00 AM for the Committee of the Whole meeting and at 2:00 PM for the Regular Open Meeting in Council Chambers, Town Hall, 8707 Main Street.    Council agendas are available online or at the Town Hall on the preceding Friday for each meeting.   Regular and Special Meetings Committee of the Whole Meetings  
  • 31 August 2015
    Community Foundations Survey Deadline August 31, 2015 The Community Foundations of the South Okanagan is producing a regional report for the South Okanagan Similkameen.  The 2015 Vital Signs Report is a unique report in that it uses statistical information and community feedback on 11 different issue areas.  As with the 2013 report, it will include data for all the communities in the our region; from Summerland to Osoyoos and throughout the Similkameen Valley. Vital Signs is used by charities, service groups, government bodies and individuals throughout the community to help make this a better place to live, work and play. The Community Foundation of the South Okanagan Similkameen have established roots and are growing legacies in communities all across Canada. Standing apart in the field of charitable giving, they are dedicated to enriching the quality of community life in specific geographical areas. Please take the time and answer short survey that will provide them information for the Osoyoos area. Deadline for online submissions is August 31, 2015. To learn more about Vital Signs and the Community Foundation of the South Okanagan Similkameen you can go to their website for more information atwww.cfso.net. Sarah Trudeau Regional Development Coordinator 390 Main Street, 2nd Floor Penticton BC  V2A 5C3 (TF) 877.493.9311 (E)   coordinator@cfso.net  
  • 27 August 2015
    TENDER 74th Avenue Reconstruction Deadline August 27 Tender is closed. Contractor Bid Amount $ Grizzly Excavating Ltd. 618,733.50 Mike Johnson Excavating 583,821.00 H&M Excavating 693,262.50 Sealed Tenders clearly marked “74th Avenue Reconstruction (89th Street to 85th Street)" will be received at the Town of Osoyoos Municipal Office, 8707 Main Street, Box 3010, Osoyoos, BC V0H 1V0 up to 2:00 PM local time, Thursday, August 27, 2015. Tenders will be opened in public in the Town of Osoyoos Municipal Office at 2:00 p.m. on the tender closing date. The project comprises the following works and approximate quantities: 230m of 250mm to 375mm PVC storm sewer complete with appurtenances 625m of standard curb and gutter 920m2 of concrete sidewalk 3150m2 of asphalt complete with base gravels 10 street bases and street light wiring ducts 37 street trees complete with irrigation system 600m2 of boulevard landscaping Tender Documents are available by clicking on the links below or on BC Bid. TENDER ADDENDUM #1 REGISTRATION FORM DRAWING Printed copies are available from the offices of TRUE Consulting (Kamloops) at a cost of $100.00 which is non-refundable. A Planholder Registration Form must be completed and emailed to TRUE Consulting at info@true.bc.ca in order to receive any addendums and/or additional information regarding this tender. It is the sole responsibility of the Planholder to ensure that the Registration Form has been received by TRUE Consulting. Tenders must be accompanied by the following: A BID BOND, CASH DEPOSIT, CERTIFIED CHEQUE or IRREVOCABLE LETTER OF CLEAN CREDIT in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Tendered Price. If a Bid Bond is provided, a CONSENT OF SURETY relating to subsequent security arrangements for PERFORMANCE and LABOUR AND MATERIALS PAYMENT GUARANTEES. If the information stipulated above is not enclosed with the Tender at the time of opening, the Tender will be rejected. Tenders received after the closing time will be returned unopened. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. Engineer                                               Owner TRUE Consulting                                    Town of Osoyoos Ste. 201 - 2079 Falcon Road                   8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Kamloops, BC V2C 4J2                           Osoyoos, BC V0H 1V0 (T) 250-828-0881                                  (T) 250-495-6515 (F) 250-828-0717                                  (F) 250-495-2400 Tenders received after the closing time will be returned unopened. No phone calls regarding the tender results. They will be posted on the applicable news article on this website within '24 hours' after the deadline.  
  • 23 August 2015
    ADVISORY Interior Health Smoky Skies issued for South Okanagan Areas SMOKY SKIES ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR THE ENTIRE OKANAGAN, SIMILKAMEEN AND FRASER CANYON AREAS August 23rd, 2015 15:00 PDT– Penticton. The Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with the Interior Health Authority, is updating the Smoky Skies Advisory issued earlier today to include the entire Okanagan, Similkameen and Fraser Canyon areas due to forest fire smoke that is affecting the region. As of the afternoon of August 22nd, southerly winds have been widely spreading northwards heavy plumes of smoke from the large wildfires burning in Washington State, resulting in high concentrations of fine particulates and poor air quality. While this episode is expected to persist until a major shift in wind patterns and weather conditions, smoke concentrations will vary widely as winds, fire behaviour and temperatures change. Avoid strenuous outdoor activities. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, contact your health care provider: difficulty in breathing, chest pain or discomfort, and sudden onset of cough or irritation of airways. Exposure is particularly a concern for infants, the elderly and those who have underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, and lung or heart disease. This advisory will remain in effect until further notice. SMOKY SKIES ADVISORY ISSUED FOR THE ENTIRE OKANAGAN AREAS August 23rd, 2015 8:00 PDT– Penticton. The Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with the Interior Health Authority, has issued a Smoky Skies Advisory for the entire Okanagan areas due to forest fire smoke that is affecting the region. As of the afternoon of August 22nd, southerly winds have been widely spreading northwards heavy plumes of smoke from the large wildfires burning in Washington State, resulting in high concentrations of fine particulates and poor air quality. While this episode is expected to persist until a major shift in wind patterns and weather conditions, smoke concentrations will vary widely as winds, fire behaviour and temperatures change. Avoid strenuous outdoor activities. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, contact your health care provider: difficulty in breathing, chest pain or discomfort, and sudden onset of cough or irritation of airways. Exposure is particularly a concern for infants, the elderly and those who have underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, and lung or heart disease. This advisory will remain in effect until further notice. SMOKY SKIES ADVISORY ENDED FOR THE SOUTH OKANAGAN AREAS August 21st, 2015 15:00 PDT– Penticton. The Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with the Interior Health Authority, has ended the Smoky Skies Advisory that was issued on August 19th for the South Okanagan areas. While some wildfires remain active in the region, the weather system that is moving through the Southern Interior has reduced the amount of smoke, resulting in improved air quality. These conditions are expected to continue over the next few days. SMOKY SKIES ADVISORY ISSUED FOR THE SOUTH OKANAGAN AREAS August 19, 2015 16:00 PDT– Penticton. The Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with the Interior Health Authority, has issued a Smoky Skies Advisory for the South Okanagan areas due to local smoke from forest fires burning in the region. Smoke concentrations will vary widely as winds, fire behaviour and temperatures change. Avoid strenuous outdoor activities. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, contact your health care provider: difficulty in breathing, chest pain or discomfort, and sudden onset of cough or irritation of airways. Exposure is particularly a concern for infants, the elderly and those who have underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, and lung or heart disease. This advisory will remain in effect until further notice. Tips to reduce your personal health risk: People with heart or lung conditions may be more sensitive to the effects of smoke and should watch for any change in symptoms that may be due to smoke exposure. If any symptoms are noted, affected individuals should take steps to reduce their exposure to smoke and if necessary see their physician. People with symptoms should go to their health care provider, walk in clinic or emergency department depending on severity of symptoms. Use common sense regarding outdoor physical activity – if your breathing becomes difficult or uncomfortable, stop or reduce the activity. Stay cool and drink plenty of fluids.Smoke levels may be lower indoors; however, levels of smoke particles will still be increased. If you stay indoors, be aware of your symptoms. Consider visiting a location like a shopping mall with cooler filtered air. Keep in mind that staying indoors may help you stay cool and provide some relief from the smoke, however many air conditioning systems do not filter the air or improve indoor air quality. Reduce indoor pollution sources such as smoking or burning other materials. You may be able to reduce your exposure to smoke by moving to cleaner air. Conditions can vary dramatically by area and elevation. Residents with asthma or other chronic illness should activate their asthma or personal care plan. Pay attention to local air quality reports, air quality may be poor even though smoke may not be visible. Commercially available HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filters can further reduce poor indoor air quality near the device. Maintaining good overall health is a good way to prevent health effects resulting from short-term exposure to air pollution. For general information about smoke and your health, contact HealthLink BC available toll free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 8-1-1, or via the web at:  http://www.healthlinkbc.ca/kbaltindex.asp   . Real-time air quality information in B.C. is available at http://www.bcairquality.ca. Visit http://www.interiorhealth.ca, click on the Your Environment tab at the top of the page, then Emergency Information → Forest Fire, and under the “During” tab, scroll to Your health and living with smoky skies. Food safety and water quality tips: During a forest fire, it's also important to be aware of health risks associated with food safety in power outages and water quality. Interior Health's website contains helpful information and other resources related to forest fire smoke exposure / air quality, as well as food safety when the power is out and ensuring your drinking water is safe. http://www.interiorhealth.ca What is a Smoky Skies Advisory? A Smoky Skies Advisory is a new type of public advisory being tested by the Ministry of Environment, in collaboration with the Interior Health Authority, to improve communication on wildfire smoke. It will be issued when smoke concentrations in an area have, or may, reach levels that are of concern for human health. Such decisions are based on satellite information, smoke transport models, photographs of visual air quality, first-hand observations from the area, in addition to concentrations of fine particulate matter recorded at local air quality stations. This differs from the Wildfire Smoke Advisories issued by the Ministry of Environment, which are based primarily on concentrations of fine particulate matter measured over a 24-hour period at fixed monitoring stations in B.C. A Smoky Skies Advisory is a pilot program intended to respond to the rapidly changing nature of wildfire smoke, in which smoke concentrations can vary significantly over short distances and periods of time that may not be well- characterised by the existing air quality monitoring network or responded to in a timely manner by Wildfire Smoke Advisories.     Contacts: For media and public questions regarding air quality and this advisory. Tarek Ayache, Air Quality Meteorologist, Ministry of Environment, 250.490.2292 For media questions regarding health implications of wildfires. Lesley Coates, Public Health Communications Officer, Interior Health Authority, 250.870.4689
  • 18 August 2015
    NOTICE Rural District Water Systems 8 & 9 Water Restrictions August 18, 2015 Rates and Regulation Bylaw 1241 (Water Districts 8 & 9) Water Conservation Tips | 2015 Make Water Work Campaign ends August 23! | Osoyoos Lake Level Status and Trends NOTICE Town Watering Restrictions Effective June 19, 2015 Public Notice is hereby given that based on August 17, 2015 Osoyoos Town Council Resolution 131/15 Town Council has passed a motion to implement the Rates and Regulation Bylaw 1241 in “Rural District Water Systems 8 and 9” effective  midnight Tuesday, August 18, 2015 until further notice. (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Town is authorized to suspend, regulate or stop the supply of water by Council resolution to any or all users for any use, whenever public interest may require it. This will result in limits to watering of LAWNS to two identified days a week and other water restrictions.  Council feels that it is important that Osoyoos Rural Water District Systems 8 & 9 residents work with other communities to conserve water and work to improve the health of our water supply system.  Detailed information on the restrictions that are being implemented is listed below. BYLAW 1241 PERTAINS TO PROPERTIES WITHIN THE RURAL DISTRICT WATER SYSTEMS 8 AND 9. If the CAO gives notice that a reduction in water use is necessary the following shall apply: a) Days of Watering: Sprinkling is only permitted at residential, commercial and other non-agricultural properties as follows: EVEN Numbered Addresses: Watering is only permitted on Saturdays and Tuesdays ODD Numbered Addresses: Watering is only permitted on Sundays and Wednesdays b) Automatically Controlled Underground Sprinkling Systems (Residential and Commercial): Properties equipped with an automated time clock sprinkler system may only sprinkle between the hours of 12:00 midnight to 6:00 AM on the days permitted by the sprinkling regulations as described above. c) Manually Controlled Sprinklers (Residential and Commercial): Properties equipped with only manually controlled sprinkling systems, including those attached to outside taps, may only operate from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM and from 6:00 PM to 12:00 midnight on the days permitted by the sprinkling regulations as described above. d) No use of water hoses is permitted for the purpose of washing boats or motor vehicles. e) No person shall use water to wash sidewalks, driveways or parking lots, or exterior building surfaces except and only if necessary for applying a product such as paint, preservative and stucco, preparing a surface prior to paving or repointing bricks, or if required by law to comply with health or safety regulations. f) Notwithstanding the above, the following are EXEMPT from restrictions: i) Watering of public sports playing fields, turf farms if failure to do so will result in permanent loss of plant material; ii) Tee-off areas and putting greens of golf courses; iii) Watering of flower and vegetable gardens, decorative planters, shrubs and trees using micro-irrigation, drip-irrigation, or a hose with an automatic shut off nozzle; iv) Commercial car washes so long as each vehicle wash does not exceed 57L of water. v) Under authority of permit issued under this bylaw. g) As a further exemption, owners or occupiers of property who, by reason of physical or mental incapacity are unable to water their property within the restricted days and times, may water their property on any two days of the week for a maximum of 9 hours per day. Town of Osoyoos Council looks to all Water districts 8 & 9 residents cooperating and following the restrictions that have been put into action through the implementation of Bylaw No. 1241. If you have questions please call 250.495.6515 or 250.495.6213 or by email info@osoyoos.ca.  Water Conservation Tips     Barry Romanko, CLGM Chief Administrative Officer Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0
  • 27 July 2015
    Xplore Sportz Summer Camps week of July 27 and August 24
  • 19 June 2015
    NOTICE Town Watering Restrictions Effective June 19, 2015 Water Conservation and Staged Restriction Bylaw No. 1273 Water Conservation Tips | 2015 Make Water Work Campaign ends August 23! | Osoyoos Lake Level Status and Trends NOTICE Rural District Water Systems 8 & 9 Water Restrictions August 18 Public Notice is hereby given that based on June 1, 2015 Osoyoos Town Council Resolution #85/15 Town Council has passed a motion to implement Level #2 of the Water Conservation Bylaw No. 1273 effective at midnight Friday, June 19, 2015 until further notice. Click Here to review the entire Water Conservation Bylaw No. 1273  This will result in limits to watering of lawns to two identified days a week and other water restrictions.  Council feels that it is important that Osoyoos residents work with other communities to conserve water and work to improve the health of our water supply system. Detailed information on the restrictions that are being implemented is listed below. This Bylaw pertains to properties within the Town of Osoyoos boundaries. As per section 3, Stage 2 – TWICE A WEEK WATERING: If the CAO gives notice that a reduction in water use is necessary requiring Stage 2 restrictions, the following shall apply: a) Days of Watering: Sprinkling is only permitted at residential, commercial and other non-agricultural properties as follows: Even Numbered Addresses:  Watering is only permitted on Saturdays and Tuesdays Odd Numbered Addresses:   Watering is only permitted on Sundays and Wednesdays b) Automatically Controlled Underground Sprinkling Systems (Residential and Commercial): Properties equipped with an automated time clock sprinkler system may only sprinkle between the hours of 12:00 midnight to 6:00 AM on the days permitted by the sprinkling regulations as described above. c) Manually Controlled Sprinklers (Residential and Commercial): Properties equipped with only manually controlled sprinkling systems, including those attached to outside taps, may only operate from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM and from 6:00 PM to 12:00 midnight on the days permitted by the sprinkling regulations as described above.  d) No use of water hoses is permitted for the purpose of washing boats or motor vehicles. e) No person shall use water to wash sidewalks, driveways or parking lots, or exterior building surfaces except and only if necessary for applying a product such as paint, preservative and stucco, preparing a surface prior to paving or repointing bricks, or if required by law to comply with health or safety regulations. f) Notwithstanding the above, the following are exempt from Stage 2 restrictions: i) Watering of public sports playing fields, turf farms if failure to do so will result in permanent loss of plant material; ii) Tee-off areas and putting greens of golf courses; iii) Watering of flower and vegetable gardens, decorative planters, shrubs and trees using micro-irrigation, drip-irrigation, or a hose with an automatic shut off nozzle; iv) Commercial car washes so long as each vehicle wash does not exceed 57 L of water. v) Under authority of permit issued under this bylaw.  g) As a further exemption to the Stage 2 restriction, owners or occupiers of property who, by reason of physical or mental incapacity are unable to water their property within the restricted days and times, may water their property on any two days of the week for a maximum of 9 hours per day. Town of Osoyoos Council looks to all residents cooperating and following the restrictions that have been put into action through the implementation of Bylaw No. 1273.  If you have any questions please call 250.495.6515 or 250.495.6213.  Water Conservation Tips     Barry Romanko, CLGM Chief Administrative Officer Town of Osoyoos Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos BC   V0H 1V0 (T)   250.495.6515 (E)   info@osoyoos.ca
  • 31 May 2015
    Boulevard Maintenance The owners or occupier of any real property within the Town of Osoyoos shall perform or arrange for the performance of the following works on boulevard abutting their property: Maintenance of boulevards to include grass, weed control and rubbish removal. Watering and care of boulevard trees, except pruning of boulevard trees. Ensure landscaping does not obstruct the vision of safety of pedestrians, cyclists or vehicles. Unlicensed vehicles parked on boulevards or roadways are subject to fines and towing. In accordance with Good Neighbour Bylaw No. 1277, Part 3 Section 3.3.  Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our boulevards clean. Public Works Department 11500 115 Street (T)  250.495.6213 (E)  pubworks@osoyoos.ca  
  • 1 January 2015
    2015 Committee of the Whole and Regular Council Meeting Schedule Agendas, Minutes and Videos | Council Members |  Printable Schedule  Pursuant to Section 127 of the Community Charter, notice of the schedule of regular council meetings must be published.  The regular meetings of Council are held at 2:00 PM at the Town Office Council Chamber at 8707 Main Street, Osoyoos, BC on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month unless otherwise noted.  In the event that the meeting day is on a statutory holiday, the meeting will be held on the Tuesday.  The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00AM on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 PM to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business. The regular meeting schedule is subject to change with notice. The 2015 schedule is as follows: January 5- Canceled January 19 February 2 February 16 March 2 March 16 April 7 (Tues) April 20 May 4 May 19 (Tues) June 1 June 15 July 6 (Tues) July 20 August 4 (Tues) - Canceled August 17 September 8 (Tues) September 21 - Canceled October 5 October 19 November 2 November 16 December 7 December 21  

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