Be Bear aware

It’s that time of the year again.

During Bear Aware season, Apr. 1 – Nov. 30, DO NOT set containers out before 4:00 am. Read this Link for more Information and fines for not complying.

Also check out our Bear aware Site with more Links and Information how to protect our bears.

Hundreds of bears die every year for this stupid reason (InfoTel News article from March 27 2015):
http://infotel.ca/newsitem/helston-hundreds-of-bears-die-every-year-for-this-stupid-reason/it18070

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Open Letter to All HCNS Residents and Members (October 2019)

If you haven’t joined or renewed your membership with the High Country Neighbourhood Society recently, you’re missing out on one of the best parts of this community.  Please read the letter (link below) for more information about our neighbourhood society and how we work together for everyone’s benefit.

Read the HCNS October 2019 Community Letter

 

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City of Kamloops Survey

Dear Community Associations,

The City of Kamloops is conducting a Social Plan review and it would be wonderful if you could email or post to Facebook the information below to your neighbors to help spread the word and get more people to give us their feedback.

Here is the link that will take residents to the webpage where they can find more information and the survey:

http://www.kamloops.ca/letstalk/index.shtml

Thanks everyone!  Have a wonderful weekend.

Ben Chobater
Community Development Coordinator
CITY OF KAMLOOPS
Phone:  250.828.3582
http://www.kamloops.ca

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FireSmart Info Aug 2017

This week we have been fortunate to have 2 Speakers (Kirsten Wourms from the City of Kamloops and Roman Chapman from TRU and previous wildfire fighter) giving us info about Fire Smarten our properties.

If you have not been able to attend or want to review the information given click on this link to view the video

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Road construction work at gas pipeline area

A Call to the City revealed that the current work undertaking is for the long time discussed emergency road for Juniper. As of currently the road remains locked and only opened in case of wildfires.

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Good News for Pet Owners Using Rose Hill Park

Gary was so kind to add a metal bowl to the drinking fountain in Rose Hill Park so that you can now give your pet a refreshing drink at the end of a scenic hike, round of disc golf, or hard-fought tennis (or pickleball) match. Lets hope it stays there for a long time.
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Thanks to Those Keeping Rose Hill Road Tidy

Often, Springtime is when we organize a Rose Hill Road Trash Bash. It is great to see that some anonymous Rose Hill resident(s) have taken it upon themselves to pick up garbage along the road. What a difference and, for the first time in memory, a Rose Hill Road Trash Bash is simply not necessary!  Also, a recent examination of the area around the upper water tower and the first part of Scott Road, two traditional illegal dumping sites, is also neat and free from garbage.  Again, thank you to those that are making the extra effort to keep our neighbourhood tidy.
Thank you Gary for checking the different locations out.
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Rose Hill Park Update – October 31st

Hello High Country Neighbours,

· SAFETY ALERT — The “no-posts” along Rose Hill Road and adjacent to Rose Hill Park will be removed next week (November 2 – November 6). During this time flaggers will be on-site helping to control traffic, so be aware that there may be some minor traffic delays. Some of these no-posts will be used to provide a safety barrier at the steepest part of the drop-off on the north side of the road, just uphill from the S-bend.

· PARK UPDATE — The split rail fence on the east side of Rose Hill Road will be extended both uphill and downhill; an opening will be installed for easy access to the area east of the Park.

· PARK UPDATE — The 1.5 km. perimeter trail around Rose Hill Park has now been completed! There are some worries that the trail surface may become quite muddy and difficult to use during the wetter months, so we want to monitor usage and the trail condition. Let Gary Bunney (250 314-1805) know if you have anything to share about the Rose Hill Park Trail and its condition and he will pass this information on to city staff for further park planning.

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