Air Quality Reminder

As the season shifts into spring, Northern Health is reminding municipalities about the ways their operations impact air quality. Road dust can be an issue as the snow melts and winter traction materials dry up. With proper airshed management, planning and policies set in place we can reduce the impact of emissions and air pollution.

For a look at the full letter from Northern Health, follow the link below:

Spring Dust Season and Air Quality Considerations





Garbage Pick-up Day Changed

The Village is moving its Garbage Pick-up Day from Thursday, April 26 to Friday, April 27.

Please note that the pick-up day is being moved for this week only. Regular garbage pick-up will continue to be on Thursdays.

The Village of Pouce Coupe thanks its residents for their cooperation.


ICBC road safety presentations coming to area

Speakers with ICBC are coming to the Peace Region to deliver presentations to students in the area.

Two speakers, Tiana Tozer and Ted Swan, will be touring northern B.C. to share their stories reflecting the dangers of taking risks while driving. 

The Northern B.C. road safety speaker tour stops in Dawson Creek on April 10 with a presentation at South Peace Secondary.

ICBC reports that youth are involved in about 410 crashes resulting in 80 injuries in northern B.C. every year during graduation season (April to June). 

Pouce Coupe helps control cat population

The Village of Pouce Coupe is joining forces with the BC SPCA South Peace Branch to help control the cat population in the Peace Region.

Pouce Coupe has contributed a grant which allows residents access to low cost spay and neuter for their cats. For only $20 per cat, Pouce Coupe residents can sign up for one of the limited surgery spots starting on Tuesday, April 3.

Public Works Culvert and Ditch Cleanup

Pouce Coupe residents are reminded to keep their vehicles off the streets so Public Works can continue carrying out their snow clearing duties. 

In addition to removing snow from in and around the ditches, the Public Works staff will be starting to clear excess snow and ice from culverts in the coming weeks. With spring on the horizon, property owners and residents are also reminded to do their part to help reduce flooding issues by keeping both ends of their driveway culvert clear.

Pouce Coupe Food Bank looking for home

The Pouce Coupe Food Bank is looking to move away from its location at 5001 50 Street, and welcomes public input in helping line up a new place to operate.

Anybody with suggestions is encouraged to contact the Food Bank at 250-786-0005.

Northern Health News Release

Please see the following News Release from Northern Health regarding their Flu Policy.

Friday, December 1, 2017 - 3:45pm

Village Office Holiday Closure

The Village Office will be closed December 22. 2017 to January 2, 2018 for the Holidays.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017 - 2:45pm


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