May 2018

Traffic Disruptions on McBride Street

Wed, May 30, 2018

UPDATE: Work is continuing today and anticipated to continue through tomorrow at McBride Street and 7th Avenue East, with one lane of the Highway closed to permit construction. Additionally, there will be no through traffic between 7th Avenue East and McBride, with traffic detoured down Bowser St, and 6th and 8th Avenues. Please continue to obey all posted traffic signage and controllers. Thank you! 

 

Change to Public Transit Bus Stop at Jim Ciccone Civic Centre

Fri, May 4, 2018

Effective immediately, transit service to the bus stop outside the front doors of the Prince Rupert Recreation Complex will be suspended throughout the carnival for safety reasons.

Patrons wishing to access transit are asked to use the bus stop in front of Spero’s, near the pedestrian lights on McBride Street. Service will resume as usual on the morning of Monday, May 7, 2018.

City Asks for Cooperation in Protecting Surfacing at Mariners Playground

Fri, May 4, 2018

Residents - many of you may have noticed that the safety surfacing at Mariners Park has been compromised. The City is working with the specialized contractors who did the initial installation to return in the coming weeks to repair and replace it under warranty. The warranty coverage will cover damage done thus far, but will not cover additional damage.

Civic Recognition Awards

Wed, May 2, 2018

The intake for 2018 Civic Recognition Awards is now open. All nominations must be received by 4:30 pm on Wednesday, June 8th, 2018. Please note that only nominations that have been submitted on the nomination form will be considered for the award.

 

Do you know someone who deserves to be recognized for their hard work to make Prince Rupert a better place? Each year, the City offers up an opportunity to recognize outstanding citizens in our community who have made a tangible difference through actions which demonstrate strong principles and commitment to the public good. 

Windstorm Delays Doug Kerr Field opening

Tue, May 1, 2018

Residents – please be advised that the closure of Doug Kerr Field has had to be extended a further 2 weeks to ensure that the newly installed sod is able to take. Due to the windstorm in April, much of the sod was torn up, and needs to be re-established through fertilization and additional seeding before the field can be used. We ask that residents please avoid using the field for any purpose until city crews can be certain the additional work has taken hold.