RDOS press release

New Garbage Rules for OK Falls, Kaleden and West Bench

There are new rules for garbage collection in Okanagan Falls, Kaleden and West Bench.

New webcams, new features enhance DriveBC website

A total of 30 new webcams are being added to the network this year, bringing the number of webcam images available on DriveBC to over 250

Burning ban extended

High fire danger ratings persist throughout the regional district as our dry and unseasonably warm weather continues

Master composter course returns this September

The RDOS will be hosting a free Master Composter / Recycler workshop on Saturday September 29 and Sunday September 30

Regional district releases 2012 Citizen’s Survey results

The Regional District conducted a survey to measure the satisfaction of citizens in the eight electoral areas in June of this year

Area “D-2” Official Community Plan coming up for public re

Official Community Plan Update and Community Input Opportunities scheduled for residents in Area “D-2”

RDOS board makes application for Kenyon Park foreshore

RDOS will gain more foreshore authority in keeping with recent acquisition of Kenyon Park

RDOS to conduct citizen survey

RDOS wants to know what you think about your local government and will conduct a telephone citizen’s survey

Changes coming to yard waste collection routines

Starting in July all rural RDOS and Keremeos residents will no longer be able to use clear plastic bags for yard waste collection.

RDOS unionized employees take strike vote

Unionized employees of the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen have voted to go on strike

RDOS fundraising assists local charities

Fundraising efforts provide $425 to various regional district charities

RDOS landfill tipping fees to rise in March

RDOS has proposed raising landfill refuse fees from the current $55 per metric tonne to $65 per metric tonne at RDOS Sanitary Landfills

Many Ways to Recycle Christmas Trees in the RDOS

Across the Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen there are numerous locations to drop off your clean natural Christmas tree