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    Water Quality Advisory Lifted

    Residents are advised that all water quality advisories have now been lifted.

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    Additional Traffic Impacts along McBride Corridor Starting Next Week

    For at least the next two weeks, starting Tuesday, August 2nd (next week), significant traffic diversions will be in place in order to continue major water main upgrades along McBride Street (see map). McBride Street will be reduced from 4 lanes to 2, with corresponding reductions for through traffic to connecting streets.

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    Take the City's Transportation Survey

    Have you heard? The City is currently developing a Transportation Plan - which we're calling Connect Rupert - and we're looking for community feedback. There's both an online survey component and an interactive map - and if you complete the survey or submit to the map you can be entered to win one of three of the tote bags pictured below. Scroll to the bottom of the page to submit your survey/place pins on the interactive map.

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    Update on RCMP Project

    PRINCE RUPERT - July 11th, 2022 - Starting today, the City’s contractors are taking steps towards the demolition of the former Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall – the location for the new RCMP detachment at the corner of McBride Street and 3rd Avenue West. Fencing is up, with contractors on location, and demolition anticipated to start within 2 weeks.

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In accordance with Section 94(2) of the Community Charter, the City is proposing to adopt a Public Notice Bylaw.

Notice of Nomination

Public Notice is given to the electors of the City of Prince Rupert tha

In accordance with Sections 26 and 94 of the Community Charter, notice is hereby given that the City o

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Paving to Start Next Week

Thu, August 4, 2022

Starting next Monday, our contractors will begin work on the City’s annual paving program, with pavement being milled/removed from the areas slated for replacement to start, followed by road rehab (where necessary) and repaving. The first areas planned to be tackled will be on the east side, and paving will be happening between 7 am - 7 pm Monday through Saturday. Keep an eye out for traffic signage and controllers.

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