New Grand Forks “City Hall” Contact Information and Events New

Information on locations for city hall services and events

  • Oct. 1, 2013 7:00 a.m.

New LocationsIn the wake of the recent fire, we’ve taken a number of steps to ensure continued service.• City Council meetings to continue as scheduled and will be held at the Grand Forks offices of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary located at 2140 Central Avenue. Thank you to the RDKB for their generous offer to use their boardroom.• A temporary City Hall has been set up at the Public Works office for Corporate Services, Finance, Development, Engineering and Planning, with remote access to online databases. The search is underway for a more permanent location to be used until building renovations are complete. The Public Works office is located at 130 Industrial Drive, Grand Forks, BC, V0H 1H0.• Effective Tuesday, October 1st, Building Inspection Services and Utility Bill Payment Services will be located at 7425 5th Street, Grand Forks, BC, V0H 1H0 across from the Overwaitea parking lot and beside the Walker Development Centre.• City staff are available to handle inquiries in person at either location. The phone lines have been re-routed and you can reach City staff at the same phone number: 250-442-8266.• You can also reach us by email: info@grandforks.ca• Additional updates will be provided to media and on our website. You can also sign up for email updates that will cover the restoration of City Hall. Simply email update@grandforks.ca to be added to the list.

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