The Watershed Watch Salmon Society, a science-based charity working to defend and rebuild B.C.’s wild salmon, has published a report on water scarcity in B.C, titled Tapped Out: A Special Report on Water Scarcity and Water Solutions in British Columbia. Please click the link to read more.
** Volunteers needed! **
CSWM staff will be in the Sayward area for the next clean up days on July 20th & 21st doing some public outreach at the Mainroad yard and talking to residents about diversion opportunities, household hazardous waste disposal and recycling at the depot.
An illegal dumping volunteer will also be attending to co-ordinate a clean-up of several recent illegal dump sites around the Sayward area in the afternoons of both days.
CSWM is asking for volunteers to help with this clean-up. If you can volunteer one hour of your time on July 20th or 21st between the hours of 12pm and 4pm, please contact Stephanie Valdal at 250-336-8083 x 223 or by e-mail email@example.com
To report an illegal dump site please contact Stephanie, or call the 24-hour RAPP hotline at 1-877-952-RAPP (7277)
Lisa Clark, CPA, CGA
Chief Financial Officer
Village of Sayward
652 H’Kusam Way, PO Box #29
Sayward, B.C. V0P 1R0
Public Notice of intent to close and remove highway dedication to a lane in the vicinity of Sayward Rd
Public Notice Regular Meeting of the Council Committee of the whole at 7:00PM in the Kelsey Centre Gymnasium.