City Council

District of Kent Council delivers COVID-19 updates

Re-openings, emergency prep on the agenda for district staff

 

Barring public from open council meetings exceeds authority: B.C. Ombudsperson

Orders affected the public attending council meetings

 

Harrison council approves letter of support to stop the quarry

Council unanimously votes in favour of citizen group’s efforts

 

Council asked to consider Rockwell re-route

Frequently flooded road needs a new way in and out, residents say

Harrison officials unveil reopening plan

As Phase 3 takes effect, village amenities, services resume

District of Kent Council: Additional Notes

Further agenda items from the May 25 meeting

Kent council votes 4-1 in favour of Teacup properties development

Coun. Kerstin Schwichtenberg was the only ‘no’ in difficult vote

District of Kent begins loosening COVID-19 restrictions

Outdoor spaces being opened in phases, officials say

Harrison council approves new parking fees, COVID-19 modifications

Council’s video recording system a success, meeting posted online

District expands home business opportunities

Kent approves bylaw in first-ever online broadcast meeting

Local government bodies host coronavirus info web pages

FVRD, Harrison, Kent have unique info portals

District of Kent to webcast next council meeting

The District of Kent Council is going digital. During the most recent…

District of Kent launches COVID-19 hub

Kent’s web page hosts district responses, general COVID-19 info

District of Kent prepares for urban beekeeping

Permits soon available for a number of residential zones

COVID-19 dominates Harrison council agenda

Other topics discussed include ride-sharing regulations

Surrey councillor under fire for allegedly advertising naturopathic COVID-19 treatments

College of Naturopathic Physicians warns against ‘potentially harmful’ claims

Village of Harrison offices close in-person service due to COVID-19 concerns

Utilities, remote services still in full swing

Harrison Council asks public to stay away from Monday’s meeting

Village will not allow further bookings of Memorial Hall until further notice