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We may be called ‘that town with the big green truck’ or we might be that community in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, right on BC’s border. But if there’s one thing we are to everyone, it’s a mining community; a collection of hard-working fun-loving people who happily call Sparwood home. We’re proud to share that with you.
Stop by anytime, share a smile or stay a while. It’s yours and mine to discover!
It's that time of year again where you can sign up to have one pickup truck load of refuse removed from your property!
Cost is $20 (seniors 65+ free) and the deadline to sign up is Friday, May 19th. Click for more details on what can and cannot be picked up.
The District of Sparwood is inviting applications for a casual employee to fill the position of Casual Clerk in the Engineering, Public Works and Finance Departments. This casual position is on an on-call basis to cover absences due to illness, vacation, special leaves or any approved leave, to fill temporary vacancies and augment staffing levels during peak periods. The candidate should be available on short notice to fill in for unplanned absences. There is no guarantee of hours with this position.
Day of Mourning Memorial Ceremony and Miner's Memorial Wall Unveiling
Meet on Friday, April 28, 2017 at 12:00 noon in Centennial Square for the Procession to Titan Park where the Ceremony will be held.
Teaches front line leaders how to enhance the quality of the programs they are delivering when working with children aged 6-12.
Flooding in the East and Central Kootenays from March 15-23, 2017 has caused property and content damages. As a result of the damages sustained from this event, provincial Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) has been authorized for qualifying claimants, such as home owners, residential tenants, small business owners, farmers, charitable organizations and local government bodies, who were unable to obtain insurance to cover these disaster-related losses