City of Prince Rupert

McBride water main break to disrupt traffic for another six weeks

Road restrictions remain as City of Prince Rupert crews continue to work on Highway 16

Contractors wanted for Prince Rupert landfill expansion

City posted an outline of the project on BC Bids, project expected to be completed by Nov. 2

UPDATE: Water main break on McBride may require full replacement

Fewer lanes are open on Highway 16 through Prince Rupert as construction continues

Council briefs: Mayor Brain talks Vancouver trip, Councillor Niesh calls recreation a turning point

Prince Rupert city council discuss the port tax and Rampage funding opportunities on May 28

Business Walk returns to gauge business climate in Prince Rupert

Volunteers went business-to-business on May 17 to get feedback from owners and managers

Prince Rupert mayor outlines visions, challenges in Hays 2.0 presentation

The community gathering last made the city’s financial position and vision for the future clear

Council briefs: NWCC to stop ESL courses, financial bylaw adopted

Notes from the April 23 Prince Rupert city council meeting

City to begin jail cell upgrades by mid-May

Cost of the Prince Rupert cell project to cost more than $456,800

City struggles to meet RCMP demands to improve facilities

Prince Rupert’s cells being retrofitted while process continues for new $30M RCMP building

Gusts of 104 km/h wallop Prince Rupert Tuesday afternoon

City contracted crews were busy clearing more than 50 trees fell during the wind storm

  • Apr 11, 2018

City launches its own app and emergency notification system

Following January’s tsunami alert, the City of Prince Rupert has a new warning system in place

VIDEO: Mckay Street Park breaks ground

Volunteers helped to build the new park in Prince Rupert on April 7 and 8

City landfill too full to accept bans boats, other large materials

Large trash items will have to be taken to Terrace while the Prince Rupert dump expands

Council reviews crosswalk contract and updating a decades-old development bylaw

Prince Rupert city council met on March 26 for a meeting, public hearings and committee of the whole

In Our Opinion: The sound of cherry trees

What happens when you cut a cherry tree, or two, down in Prince Rupert? It makes a noise.

  • Mar 29, 2018

Public shows support for Trinity House

Final public hearing for the proposed men’s support house in Prince Rupert

“It is such a shame that this happened,” Mayor responds to chopped cherry trees

Three days after public outcry, Prince Rupert mayor releases his statement on social media

Prince Rupert’s cherry trees chopped

Contractors went to work on the cherry blossoms next to the DFO buildings on March 23

Mayor to present Hays 2.0 Blueprint to Prince Rupert

Updates on the 100-year vision for the North Coast city will be unveiled April 25