The Bowen Island Municipality Planning and Development department has an immediate opening for a temporary part-time Planning Clerk, three days per week from 8:30am to 4:30pm. This contract will initially be for a period of nine months with a possibility for extension thereafter.
Notice of a Closed Mayor's Standing Committee on Community Lands Meeting on Thurs. March 4th, 2021
Recognizing that sustainable and local economic development will help our community thrive now and in the future, Bowen Island residents, businesses, and other community stakeholders are invited to share their ideas for the economic future of Bowen Island.
All staff team meeting and professional development on Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Fire Hall site preparation to begin the week of February 16-19.
Notice of a CLOSED Council meeting on February 21, 2021.
It's BC Heritage Week February 15-21, and we're celebrating virtually this year! Follow along on Facebook to go back in time to the good old days of Bowen.
Help us build our heritage register.
Help us determine priorities
Construction of a cross-island Multi-Use Path (MUP) will provide a safe way for all ages and abilities to walk and cycle across the island.
The parking lot at 1037 Miller Road will be closed from Monday, February 15 and potentially until Friday, February 26. This is to allow for tree clearing work by contractors for Bowen Island Health Centre Foundation. The work will consist of tree felling and removal, stump removal and debris collection, loading and transporting of stumps and debris.
Any vehicle(s) parked on the site during this time will be towed at the owner’s risk and expense in order to prevent damage to the vehicle.
Sites on Crown land on Bowen are being considered for funding under the Crown Land Wildfire Risk Reduction Program. Proposed areas on Mount Gardner and Radar Hill have been approved for provincial funding for fuel management prescription development in and around critical infrastructure. Fire Management Consultants will be conducting work in the two areas in the first two weeks of February. They will be collecting stand level field data as well as laying out ribbon in areas of high fire threat that will require fuel management.
These activities are not related to industrial logging.