Are you interested in starting a crime watch group in your neighborhood? Contact the Community Policing Office for more information @250-561-3366.
Our Halloween Party was a great success. We had over 62 children and their parents come by to play fun and spooky games, while filling up their treat bags with candy. We hope everyone had as much fun as we did! To celebrate, here are a few photos from the event:
The Pilot Mountain Volunteer Fire Department is hosting an Open House at the Pilot Mountain Fire Hall on October 13th from 1 to 3pm. Everyone is invited to come by, meet the volunteers, and learn about their duties, as well as fire safety. The Recreation Commission will also be there with a schedule of upcoming events.
Zoning bylaw amendment – Corner Chief Lk. and Nukko Lk Rds.
Purpose to amend a portion of 40ac parcel from rural residential (RU3) to commercial (C4)
This would allow a café, feed store, gas station, lumber yard etc. As this amendment could affect all communities, public meetings will be held at:
Ness Lk. 7:00 pm Tuesday Oct 9th
Nukko Lk. 7:00 PM Wednesday Oct 10th
For more info see the Citizen Wed. & Thurs. or call Regional District at (250) 960-4400.
The kids are back in school and life is slowly falling back into rhythm. With that, comes the planning of our fall and winter events. We have monthly movie nights, Halloween Party, Kids Cooking Class, and a couple of Christmas events with even more events still to be finalized. We would love to have you join us! You can see all of the events HERE… Have an idea for an event? Send us an email and we will see what we can do to accommodate it!
Have a stack of photos that need somewhere to go? Want to get a head-start on your summer scrapbook pages? Then join Dawn on May 6 at the Pilot Mountain Fire Hall for a fun Scrapbook Class. The $20 fee includes all materials (please bring scissors and double sided adhesive) for two 2-page layouts: “Water/Summer” and “Outdoor/Camping”. Please register with Dawn asap so she can ensure there is enough materials for everyone. Please CLICK HERE for more information!
Spring definitely rolled into Pilot Mountain this past week and with it came the big, friendly Easter Bunny. On April 1, over 50 children (and their parents) came out for the Recreation Commission’s annual Community Easter Party. Inside the hall, the kids made several crafts to take home and decorated (and ate!) colourful cookies. Meanwhile the Easter Bunny made a surprise visit and left hundreds of coloured eggs scattered around outside, which the children excitedly collected. Everyone then enjoyed spending time in the beautiful sunshine playing games, colouring with sidewalk chalk and blowing bubbles.