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Proposed schedule for 2015 Roads Program

This is the proposed schedule for repaving to occur this summer as part of the City of Cranbrook 2015 Capital Roads Program. Affected businesses and residents will receive additional notification prior to any planned closures or access restrictions. Drivers and … > Read More

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2.58% increase in city tax rate

On Thursday, council adopted the City of Cranbrook’s Tax Rates Bylaw that will see a 2.58% overall increase in 2015. In order to maintain the current service levels expected by residents, the city needs to raise about $23,875,864 in General … > Read More

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Full slate of streets to be resurfaced

A better than expected result of tenders submitted for the City of Cranbrook’ s 2015 Capital Road Program means all the collector and local streets identified by staff to be repaved in will be completed. Earlier in the year council … > Read More

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Added watering restrictions a possibility

With the area facing a lower than normal snowpack and the traditional spring rains seemingly missing in action, the City of Cranbrook is asking residents and businesses to be aware that additional watering restrictions may be put into place this … > Read More

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LED streetlight replacement program underway

Project made possible thanks to federal Gas Tax Fund Work is now underway to upgrade 357 streetlights in the City of Cranbrook to light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures as part of Phase 1 of its streetlight replacement program. Over the next … > Read More

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Protect your homes from wildfire

They are called grass fires, forest fires, wildland fires, or by a variety of names. Yet, no matter the name, they pose an evolving threat to lives and property in an increasing number of communities across Canada and the U.S. … > Read More

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Some scattered observations

Letter to the Editor (Warning, there may be some satire in the observations below, so omit, or read twice). Apparently, many of the ‘Old Guard of Cranbrook’ decided in the past election to focus on attacking potholes and taxes and … > Read More

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Groundbreaking launches $2.5 million project

By Ian Cobb/e-KNOW A groundbreaking ceremony was held this afternoon at the step off point of a $2.5 million sewer system project that will connect River’s Crossing with the City of Cranbrook. Cranbrook Mayor Lee Pratt joined Westpoint Capital CEO … > Read More

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Off street parking only for trailers, campers, RVs

If you have an RV, camper, boat or trailer you are asked to please find another place to park them when not in use, other than a city street. That is the message from Bylaw Services with the City of … > Read More

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Trails washout being repaired

Repairs to a trail washout on NorthStar Rails-to-Trails will close a portion of the trail to the public on Friday. The closure will happen between Wycliffe Road to the Rails-to-Trails bridge over the St. Mary’s River (pictured) from approximately 8 … > Read More

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