City of Prince Rupert

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

Council briefs: Owner-operator licences and 2018 budget

The March 12 meeting addressed Prince Rupert’s proposed budget and heard reports from council

City asks for public’s input on budget

City of Prince Rupert’s releases its balanced budget and five-year financial plan online

Dog park closing to convert into minor baseball field

Doug Kerr Field will close to dogs on March 12 to revert to its original purpose

Mill rate could stay the same for Prince Rupert

Council briefs from the Feb. 26 meeting in Prince Rupert

Mayor Brain meets with Alaska to solve ferry terminal stalemate

Prince Rupert mayor said he’s made progress in negotiations with Alaska on its out-of-date terminal

Prince Rupert presents bird’s eye GO-Map

New layers of the city’s map of Prince Rupert include bus routes, property and cemetery information

City looks to improve silt runoff from Wantage Road into salmon habitat

A resident alerted the City of Prince Rupert to the state of the salmon habitat

UPDATE: Tree planting won’t damage sidewalks on Third Avenue West

City of Prince Rupert dug up holes on downtown sidewalks to make space for trees

  • Dec 14, 2017

Prince Rupert council alarmed by high number of pedestrian accidents

City council discussed improving lighting and working with the province to improve crosswalk safety

$200,000 increase for city workers

The City of Prince Rupert and CUPE 105 signed the new four-year agreement on Dec. 4

Not a whiff of public concern on pot bylaw

Pot, CBC criticism and softball on the agenda for the Dec. 11 meeting at Prince Rupert’s city hall

In Our Opinion: Watson reborn

Smaller projects on the North Coast require less time to acquire regulatory approvals

  • Dec 7, 2017

Community funds announced, threats to council

Council briefs from the Dec. 4 Prince Rupert city council meeting

UPDATE: City approves permit to build propane terminal on Watson Island

City of Prince Rupert passes development permit to allow the $270-million LPG project to proceed

UPDATE: Recovery house passes first reading

Prince Rupert city council heard the presentation on Dec. 4, to hold community information meeting