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34 Street sewer upgrades
Posted January 18, 2021
A portion of 34th Street (between 42nd and 43rd Avenues) will be temporarily closed to through traffic, while sanitary sewer upgrades are done in the area. The road will be accessible to local traffic only, starting Wednesday, January 20. The work is anticipated to be complete by January 29. Please...
Lakeshore Road
Posted January 16, 2021
Motorists traveling down Lakeshore Road may experience slight travel delays, as a small sink hole has developed near the bridge over Vernon Creek. Traffic is one-way alternating to move safely around the area until crews are able to complete repairs. Signs and barricades are in place. Motorists are...
Water outage
Posted January 13, 2021
The City of Vernon would like to advise the public that crews are responding to a water main break on an easement in the 1400 block of Mission Road. Water service has been interrupted for approximately 20 residential properties on Commonage Place. Crews anticipate the repairs will take...
Eastside Road closure
Posted January 13, 2021
UPDATE as of 3:00 p.m. BC Hydro crews have arrived on scene to help remove a fallen tree and restore power to residences along Eastside Road. The tree and power lines fell across a portion of Eastside Road early this morning, due to a major windstorm that led to power outages and downed trees...
Single lane alternating traffic will be in effect.
Posted January 11, 2021
Motorists traveling down 39th Avenue (between 27th and 28th Streets) may experience minor traffic delays this week, while work is being performed on a sanitary trunk main. Crews are scheduled to conduct repairs on Wednesday and Thursday (January 13th and 14th), and will be in the area between 7:00...
Posted January 11, 2021
Motorists needing to travel down Anderson Way may experience minor traffic disruptions tomorrow morning while work is being performed in the area. The westbound lane from 27th Street will be closed for a few hours in the morning while crews flush the sanitary trunk main. Motorists needing to...
Snow clearing in Vernon
Posted January 11, 2021
The City of Vernon has released a new video to help answer commonly asked questions about snow clearing services and priorities in Vernon. The video provides viewers with information on who is responsible for clearing snow and ice from sidewalks, how the City prioritizes snow clearing on local...
Vernon logo
Posted January 6, 2021
The City of Vernon has an agreement with Tavistock to provide public trail access and a park as part of the overall Adventure Bay development. To date, the only public trail that has been constructed is known as the Tavistock Nature Trail (see map below). “The Tavistock Nature Trail is a short...
Covid-19 update
Posted January 4, 2021
The City of Vernon continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation in BC and make adjustments, as necessary, to comply with directives and orders from B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer (PHO), senior levels of government and WorkSafe BC. Under the PHO order - Gatherings and Events, members of the...
Christmas tree
Posted December 29, 2020
‘Tis the season to deck the halls, string the lights, and trim the tree with baubles and strings. But what do you do with your fresh Christmas tree now that Christmas Day has come and gone? Residents of the City of Vernon, District of Coldstream, and B.X. are encouraged to recycle their fresh...

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