Discover leisure in new ways. Tumbler Ridge offers citizens and visitors outstanding outdoor adventures and the opportunity to enjoy our sophisticated amenities at the Community Centre.
The District of Tumbler Ridge thrives on good leadership and the involvement of the community. View the scheduled times for council and policy meetings or download the minutes and agendas.
Municipalities and regional districts employ various officers and employees to carry out the decisions and implement the direction set by the municipal council or regional district board.
Town Hall Hours
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
TOWN HALL IS CLOSED FOR
Public Works After Hours
Phone Number 250-242-3578
Special Council Meeting
Pursuant to the Community Charter Section 127 (2)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a Special Meeting of Council will be held
Monday, June 27, 2022 @ 6:00 pm in Council Chambers
for the purpose of entering into a Closed Session in accordance with the Community Charter section 90 (1) as follows:
(c) labour relations or other employee relations.
To provide transparency and information for the public regarding the funding of the Tumbler Ridge Public Library, the following information has been put together for viewing:
Funding the Tumbler Ridge Public Library
All of the information within the information package was gathered from:
BC Public Libraries Statistics Catalouge
District of Tumbler Ridge Design Guidelines - Draft
The District is in the process of updating these guidelines to address changes that have occurred in the community since the original guidelines were prepared. For more information and to provide feedback, please follow the link below.
To view the full document in PDF format click here.
For Immediate Release
Date: February 24, 2020
DISTRICT OF TUMBLER RIDGE NEWS RELEASE
AMENDED CARIBOU PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
I am very grateful for the amendments to the caribou partnership agreement. Local governments have been written into the agreement so we can be part of the process moving forward collectively.
I believe the District of Tumbler Ridge’s continued respectful dialogue with not only the provincial representatives, but also both West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nation, has proven that inclusion can be had by all. I’m very proud of my council, as well as a few of my colleagues’ very difficult decision to continue our commitment to finding common ground within the caribou partnership agreement and the technical working groups.
Believe me, it was a very bumpy road. But I am elated that these amendments were brought forward by Chief Wilson and Chief Cameron on Friday. There is a path forward together!
Keith Bertrand, Mayor
District of Tumbler Ridge
CARIBOU PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
The new Caribou Partnership Agreement is now available.
Click here to view the full agreement with the latest changes highlighted in green.