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  • 1 May 2018
    Winter Hours of Operation for Park Washrooms As of October 16, 2017 all public park washrooms are closed for the season except for the following which will remain open: GOODMAN PARK & MARINA WASHROOMS Monday - Sunday 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Town Hall (8707 Main Street) Monday - Friday (excluding holidays) 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Marina                                                                                     Goodman Park              If you have information about crimes to Town facilities you can provide an anonymous TIP by calling the Crime Stoppers 24/7 tip line at 1-800-222-8477.  CLICK HERE for more information on the Town’s Parks and Recreational facilities.   
  • 31 March 2018
    WINTER HOURS Osoyoos & District Sanitary Landfill Effective November 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018 Tuesday                     8:00 am to 4:00 pm Wednesday             11:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday                   8:00 am to 4:00 pm    RECYCLING IN BC - Click here for a comprehensive guide about recycling at the Landfill. HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING bins are accessible, without charge, during Landfill operating hours. YARD AND GARDEN WASTE without charge up to 500 Kg per load.  Conditions apply.   All loads entering the landfill must be covered and secured or will be fined as per Bylaw 1267. Click here for more information about the Landfill
  • 31 March 2018
    Snow Control Guidelines are Now in Effect Do your part by following a few simple tips for Snow Control this winter: Ensure snow removal equipment has clear access along your street. When snow is forecasted, please refrain from parking your vehicle on the road until streets have been cleared. Be patient when roads are being cleared. Use caution when snow removal equipment is on the road. In accordance with the Good Neighbour Bylaw No. 1277, 2011: Residential property owners shall remove all snow or ice from all sidewalks bordering the real property within 24 hours from the cessation of a snowfall or storm event which caused such accumulation. Commercial property owners shall remove all snow or ice from all sidewalks bordering the real property no later than 10:00 AM each day. No person shall deposit snow, ice or other material removed from sidewalks, boulevards, lanes, or private property onto Town property or highways. A fine of $500 will be levied to anyone depositing snow or ice on Town property or highways. On October 3, 2016 Town Council adopted the amended Traffic Bylaw No. 1256, 2009 to allow Operational Services to tow vehicles.  Attempts will be made to contact the owner of any vehicle parked in such a way that impedes with snow removal prior to towing.  This will allow Operational Services to provide residents with a more effective and efficient snow/ice removal service.  Traffic Bylaw will be enforced as follows:   Section 12, subsection 12 “Where the clearance is less than twelve (12) feet between stopped or parked vehicles to ensure that snow or ice removal equipment has free passage on a street.” Section 7, subsection 1 “Any vehicle unlawfully occupying any portion of a street or public place, or otherwise in contravention of any section of this bylaw, may be removed, detained, or impounded by order of the CAO or his designate, or a Bylaw Enforcement Officer. A removal fee in the amount of actual costs including towing fees, an impoundment fee in the amount of the actual cost paid to a commercial storage facility or tow yard for each day or part of a day for which the vehicle is impounded, and a 10% administration fee based on costs of towing and storage, shall be paid by the owner before release of the vehicle and such fees may be recovered by sale of the vehicle at public auction not less than 30 days after the date of impoundment, or by action in a court of competent jurisdiction.” The Town of Osoyoos thanks you for your cooperation.  Winter Safety is everyone's responsibility. Help us help you, make winter safe for everyone. Operational Services (T) 250.495.6213 (E) pubworks@osoyoos.ca  
  • 2 March 2018
    Employment Opportunity Relief Position Deadline March 2 Relief Program Assistant/Relief Clerk (Dual Role) This is a CUPE position and the 2018 rate of pay is $17.48 - $20.57 and $23.07 - $27.14 respectively per hour plus 17% in lieu of benefits.  Hours of work will vary and may include evening and weekend shifts.  Must be available on short notice. More information including the complete job description click on the link below. Detailed Job Description Resume deadline is 4:30 PM, Friday, March 2, 2018.  Resumes can be submitted online or to the undersigned below.  Janette Van Vianen, CMC Director of Corporate Services Box 3010, Osoyoos, BC  V0H 1V0 (F)  250.495.2400 (E)  jvv@osoyoos.ca We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.  No phone calls please.
  • 28 February 2018
    Pink Shirt Day (Erase Bullying) on February 28, 2018 On February 28, 2018 we encourage everyone to wear something pink to show that we are all working together to prevent bullying in our schools, in our communities and online. Pink Shirt Day comes from two Nova Scotia high school students, who decided to take a stand against bullying in their own school. What is bullying? Simply put, bullying is a pattern of unwelcome or aggressive behaviour, often with the goal of making others uncomfortable, scared or hurt. It’s almost always used as a way of having control or power over their target, and it is often based on another person’s appearance, culture, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity. All incidents of bullying are serious and need to be addressed. As you’ll discover in this section, the impact bullying has on the victim and the bully is very serious.   If you are being bullied, feeling alone or just need to talk to someone who will listen, please reach out to a trained volunteer or professional: 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) – available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in B.C. only 1-800-668-6868 – Kids Help Phone (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week across Canada) If you’ve been bullied by someone, or have witnessed someone else being bullied, you can report it anonymously through the online reporting tool.  
  • 28 February 2018
    2018 Winter Leisure Guide is NOW available online! Find out what’s happening this winter at the Sonora Community Centre! Jammed packed with activities for children and adults. The 2018 Winter  Leisure Guide is now available online and will be available at the Sonora Community Centre or Town Hall soon. Registration starts at 8:30am on Wednesday December 13, 2017.                                               Online registration will be available Wednesday December 13, 2017! Recreation Online Program Registration All programs are open to community members and visitors.  Looking for something to do this fall? Then pick up your copy today! Sonora Community Centre 8505 68th Avenue Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.4623 (F)  250.495.2400 (E) recreation@osoyoos.ca  
  • 27 February 2018
    TENDER Town Hall Front Entrance/Fire Hall Roof Repair Deadline February 27 Sealed proposals clearly marked “2018 Operational Services Department Town Hall Front Entrance & Fire Hall Roof Repair” will be received at the Town of Osoyoos Municipal Offices, 8707 Main Street, Osoyoos, BC up to 2:00 p.m. local time on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. The project comprises the following: Town Hall Front Entrance Remove and Dispose of Existing Town Hall Front entrance Roof materials (approximate area =  21.8 ft2) Remove Existing Insulation and Replace with New (R50 Value) Remediate any mold discovered during the inspection process Repair Town Hall front entrance roof as per plans submitted by David Nairne + Associates Ltd. (Appendix A) Fire Hall Roof Installation of Temporary Shoring as per plans submitted by Davie Nairne + Associates Ltd. (Appendix B) Tender documents are available below or on BC Bid (www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca). CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TENDER Tenders will be opened in Town Hall Council Chambers immediately after the closing hour of this Tender, at which time interested parties, may be present if so desired. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted. No phone calls regarding this Tender. Results will be posted on the Town website within '24 hours' after the deadline. Jim Dinwoodie Director of Operational Services Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.4618  
  • 23 February 2018
    2018 Community Service Grant Program Deadline February 23 The application process for the 2018 Community Service Grants is now open! The Town of Osoyoos assists non-profit organizations and community groups each year by way of the Community Service Grant Program. Organizations and community groups will be considered for receiving grant funding if their grant application meets the legislative criteria. Applications can be completed online by clicking here. Paper copies are also available at Town Hall (8707 Main Street) or the Sonora Community Centre (8505 68 Avenue). Please complete questions as required. All applications must be submitted by 12:00 pm (noon) on Friday, February 23, 2018. Gerald Davis Director of Community Services 8505 68 Avenue, Box 3010 Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)    250.495.4621 (F)    250.495.5136 (E)   gdavis@osoyoos.ca
  • 23 February 2018
    Employment Opportunity for Senior Planner Deadline February 23 Printable PDF Version The resort municipality of Osoyoos, BC located in the beautiful south Okanagan Valley, approximately 60 km south of Penticton on the BC/Washington State border, is seeking a Senior Planner.  Osoyoos is situated in a unique and special environment that includes the warmest freshwater lake in Canada and the warmest annual temperature.  It is Canada’s only true desert with the lowest annual precipitation and Sonoran Desert flora and fauna.  Surrounded by stunning vistas, beautiful vineyards, fabulous golf courses and other outdoor amenities it is an extraordinary area to visit, play and live.   Osoyoos is seeking an individual motivated to provide professional planning and development services to internal and external clients in the position of Senior Planner.  This position reports to the Director of Planning and Development Services and will work cooperatively with diverse work groups in the organization and have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with Council, Committees and outside agencies.  The challenging workload includes a varied, diverse and sophisticated level of professional opportunities.   The qualified candidate’s excellent organization and communications skills will further assist public stakeholders to define problems, identify solutions and options, and build consensus.  If you have the ability to assemble, analyze and synthesize demographic, socio-economic, environmental, land use and infrastructure information needed for planning purposes and hold the following qualifications, Osoyoos offers a challenging opportunity!  Preferably a master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning or a closely related field combined with related experience OR a bachelor’s degree in in Community and Regional Planning or a closely related field combined with 5 years related and varied experience; Additional university accreditation in planning related programs such as urban design, sustainable development or community engagement would be an asset; Knowledge of the BC Community Charter, BC Local Government Act, and other provincial policies in respect of planning matters; Demonstrated broad and detailed knowledge of contemporary community and regional planning theories and practices; Ability to work on a number of concurrent tasks with deadline pressures; Strong report writing and presentation skills; Demonstrated computer skills in Microsoft Office products - Outlook, Word, Powerpoint and Excel, along with working knowledge of GIS related programs; Ability to work evenings and weekends; Valid BC Driver’s License. This permanent full-time position is included in the CUPE bargaining unit. The hourly wage for the position is $35.39 - $41.63 depending upon qualifications and experience, plus an attractive fringe benefits package.  CLICK HERE to view a detailed job description. Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter and resume in confidence by 2:00 PM on Friday, February 23, 2018 ONLINE or to: Janette Van Vianen Director of Corporate Services PO Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos, BC    V0H 1V0 (E)  jvv@osoyoos.ca   Position related questions may be directed to: Gina MacKay, MCIP, RPP Director of Planning & Development Services gmackay@osoyoos.ca   (T)  250.495.4606 We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.  
  • 19 February 2018
    Next Town Council to be held on February 19, 2018 Town Council is scheduled to meet on Monday, February 19, 2018 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
  • 16 February 2018
    RFP Community Health Centre Feasibility Study Deadline February 16 The Town of Osoyoos is seeking competitive proposals from qualified consultants to prepare a feasibility study (Study) relating to the development of a community health centre that will provide facilities for the delivery of health care services to the Osoyoos area and visitors. The Town of Osoyoos is a resort municipality with a 5,000 resident population and a “community “population nearing 7,000. The popularity of the community as a resort community sees the summer population swell to numbers near 20,000. The winter resident population is enhanced by approximately 1200 “snowbirds” that take residency for 2-6 months.   The current local health care service are delivered through the following resources: Family practitioners operating in 2 medical clinics. One clinic is under doctor ownership and lease to other doctors and the clinic functions from leased office space. Both clinics have daytime operating hours; A Public Health Unit operated by Interior Health; Hospital services and emergency care are provided in Oliver, 20 KM from Osoyoos; Private practice- dentist, physio, chiropractic and massage clinics. Mental Health- private and public Medical laboratory Other natural health practitioners For purposes of this Study “community” is defined as the geographic areas including the Town of Osoyoos, Area “A” of the Regional District and local portions of the Osoyoos Indian Band.   For purposes of this Study the “population” is defined as the community population plus the population that needs to be serviced as a result of tourism activities and winter snow birds.   Proposal Documents are available electronically by CLICKING HERE and/or  BC Bid. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted.  One (1) electronic copy should be received no later than 2:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, February 16, 2018 to the undersigned.  Barry Romanko, CAO Town of Osoyoos Box 3010, 8711 Main Street Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.6515 (E)  bromanko@osoyoos.ca
  • 14 February 2018
    PUBLIC NOTICE Osoyoos Cemetery has a NEW Columbarium The Town of Osoyoos is excited to announce that there is now another option for your loved ones at the Osoyoos Lakeview Cemetery.  The Town has purchased a 40 niche Columbarium, located overlooking our beautiful lake and mountain backdrop.  For persons making arrangements please contact local funeral service providers.  CLICK HERE - Funeral Service Providers CLICK HERE - More information and pricing.  Town of Osoyoos 8707 Main Street, Box 3010 Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0 (T)      250.495.6515 (F)      250.495.2400 (E)     info@osoyoos.ca
  • 9 February 2018
    NOTICE OF DISPOSITION for Airport Lot 1 located at 32 Empire Street In accordance with Section 26 of the Community Charter, the Council of the Town of Osoyoos (the “Town”) gives notice that it intends to sell the lands and premises located at 32 Empire Street, Osoyoos, BC and legally described as:  PID: 027-919-471, LOT 1, DISTRICT LOT 2450S, SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION, YALE DISTRICT, PLAN KAP89085, 32 Empire Street (“Lot 1”)  and substantially as detailed in the sketch plan below in fee simple to Jason Robert MacDonald and Jean Francois Launier for $230,000, subject to rezoning and development approval by the Town.  Notice of Disposition of Lot 1  Offer to Purchase  KAP 89085  For more information, please contact the undersigned. Barry Romanko, CAO Box 3010, 8711 Main Street Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0 (T)     250.495.6515 (E)     bromanko@osoyoos.ca
  • 5 February 2018
    Council Meeting Highlights February 5, 2018 Click on button to watch the video of the Committee of the Whole and Regular Open Meeting.   Committee of the Whole                              Regular Open Meeting   COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Denise Eastlick, Executive Director of the Osoyoos Desert Society made a presentation to Council gave an overview of the past ten years of the Society.  The Osoyoos Desert Society requested funding in the amount of $15,000.00.  Council thanked all the staff, board of directors and volunteers of the Osoyoos Desert Centre. Maureen Hayder, Finance Manager of the RDOS gave Council an overview of the 2018 draft budget.  REGULAR OPEN MEETING   Business Arising from Prior Meetings Council approved the Municipal Police Unit Agreement with the BC Provincial Government. Council considered a report on changing council meeting times from the afternoon to the evening.  It was decided that this issue will be left for consideration by the next Council. Business Council approved the agreement with Penticton Model Aviation Club for the use of the Osoyoos Airport for 2018. Council directed staff to proceed with the road closure at the Osoyoos Airport and to discuss the future use of Lot 969 with the Province. Council pre-approved the budget amount of $20,000.00 to purchase and install the pay parking ticket dispensing machine at the boat trailer parking lot. Council gave pre-budget approval of $25,000.00 to repair the roof over the front entrance to Town Hall. Council gave pre-budget approval of $7,000.00 to purchase a new Photocopier/Scanner for the Operation Services Department. Councillor Rhodes was appointed as Acting Mayor for March 2018 and Councillor Youngberg was appointed Acting Mayor for April 2018. Council has committed to annually award three bursaries to graduates of Osoyoos Secondary School in the amount of $1,000.00 for the next three years. Council denied the request to fund Pics and Sticks. Council forwarded the request from Osoyoos Gift Cupboard to the Community Services grant in aid program for 2018. Council approved the increase for the Osoyoos Museum Society to $56,000.00 which will be funded from the Community Services Grant Program. Council maintained the sidewalk project from Smitty’s to Peanut Pond for 2019 budget. Council did not proceed in funding Mr. Gilchrist request to produce short economic development videos until a formal presentation to Council has been made. Council gave pre-budget approval to repair the North End of the Fire Hall roof at Town Hall in the amount of $38,479.00. Reports Councillor King encouraged everyone to cheer on the Osoyoos Coyotes. Councillor Youngberg attended the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Penticton and thanked all volunteers that made it happen. Mayor McKortoff attended a meeting with the CAO, Director of Finance and RCMP regarding the Municipal Police Agreement. Mayor McKortoff met with local doctors on the Medical Centre Feasibility Study. The RFP is on the Town’s website. Mayor McKortoff attended a meeting with Interior Health (CEO and Board Chair) and brought up local concerns and the importance of the Oliver Emergency Department. Mayor McKortoff attended meetings at the RDOS Meetings. Mayor McKortoff attended the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society fundraiser. Copies of reports are available within the Council Agenda packages located on the Town’s website www.osoyoos.ca. The public is encouraged to attend the Committee of the Whole meetings which take place in Council Chambers at 9:00 AM on the morning of the Regular Open Council meetings at 2:00 PM to learn additional in-depth information regarding upcoming business.
  • 1 January 2018
    REMINDER Restricted Dog Breeds and Owner's Responsibilities The Town is reminding all dog owners of their responsibilities and requirements under the bylaw and providing notice that the rules for Restricted Dog breeds are actively enforced. Animal Control Bylaw No. 1316, 2016 defines a Restricted Dog as one of the listed breeds: Pit Bull Pit Bull Terrier American Pit Bull Terrier Pit Bull Cross  Staffordshire or American Bull Terrier Terrier Cross (only applies if the cross includes pit bull) Mix Breed (only applies if the mix includes pit bull) Timberwolf or Grey Wolf Breeds (or any mixed breeding of Timberwolf or Grey Wolf) A Restricted Dog must be muzzled when off their property. If a Restricted Dog is found off their property without a muzzle the dog owner will be subject to a fine of $200.  Click here for more information on Dog license, Animal Control & Licensing Town of Osoyoos  8707 Main Street, Box 3010   Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0   (T) 250.495.6515 (E) info@osoyoos.ca REMINDER: ALL dog owners are required to clean up after their dogs. Failure to do so could result in a fine of $100.  
  • 1 January 2018
    NOTICE Disposition of Land for Airport Lot 1 For Sale The Town of Osoyoos has put the above noted lot up for sale. All offers to purchase need to be made on Town forms available at the Town office or from the Town’s website by clicking on the links below: Notice of Disposition of Lot 1 Offer to Purchase KAP 89085 The Town will pay a 5% commission on value up to $100,000 and 2.5% on any amount beyond $100,000 to any registered real estate agent who brings a successful offer, accepted by Council, the commission would be payable on or after the Completion date of the sale. This lot is zoned “M1” General Industrial with specific permitted uses, and are serviced with water, sewer, Fortis (phase 1 power), Telus and Persona to the property lines. As a basic requirement, bids must comply with the following site specific permitted uses set out for the airport subdivision in the  M1-General Industrial Zone under  Zoning Bylaw 1085, 1998, Section 8.22. Council retains a 30-day proposal review and decision making time frame. Barry Romanko, CLGM Chief Administrative Officer Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos  BC  V0H 1V0 (T)    250.495.6515 (F)   250.495.2400 (W)  bromanko@osoyoos.ca  
  • 1 January 2018
    LAND DISPOSITION Richter Property Lots In accordance with Section 26 of the Community Charter, the Council of the Town of Osoyoos (the “Town”) gives notice that it intends to transfer the lands and premises legally described as: LOT 4, DISTRICT LOT 2450S, SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION, YALE DISTRICT, PLAN EPP67132 (“Lot 4”); LOT 17, DISTRICT LOT 2450S, SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION, YALE DISTRICT, PLAN EPP67132 (“Lot 17”); LOT 18, DISTRICT LOT 2450S, SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION, YALE DISTRICT, PLAN EPP67132 (“Lot 18”); LOT 19, DISTRICT LOT 2450S, SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION, YALE DISTRICT, PLAN EPP67132 (“Lot 19”); and LOT 20, DISTRICT LOT 2450S, SIMILKAMEEN DIVISION, YALE DISTRICT, PLAN EPP67132 (“Lot 20”);and substantially as detailed in the sketch plan below (the “Property”) to 1068612 BC LTD. (the “Purchaser”) for $400,000 with the purchase price allocated as follows: 1.  $80,000 for Lot 4; 2.  $80,000 for Lot 17; 3.  $80,000 for Lot 18; 4.  $80,000 for Lot 19; and 5.  $80,000 for Lot 20.      For more information, please contact the undersigned. Jim Zakall Director of Financial Services Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos BC V0H 1V0 (T)  250.495.65151 (E)  jzakall@osoyoos.ca
  • 1 January 2018
    2018 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 9:00 AM 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 2018 schedule is as follows: January 2 (Tues) - Cancelled January 15 February 5 February 19 March 5 March 19 April 3 (Tues) April 16 May 7 May 22 (Tues) June 4 June 18 July 3 (Tues) July 16 August 7 (Tues)-Cancelled August 20 September 4 (Tues) September 17 October 1 October 15 November 5 November 19 December 3 December 17

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