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Wildfire Fuel Treatment Update – Week of Jan 27th
The District of Mackenzie is conducting fuel reduction operations in areas near the community to better protect Mackenzie and its infrastructure in the event of a forest fire. Contracting crews are in the John Dahl/Little Mac area working throughout the week. Crews will be manually thinning, pruning and piling. Please watch for signage and stay out of these areas. Contracting...
2020 Proposed Budget
The District of Mackenzie 2020 Proposed Capital and Operational Budgets information is now available for public viewing. Members of the public are invited to join Council as they review the proposed 2020 Provisional Operating and Capital Budgets next week: Date: Monday, January 27, 2020 Time: 6:00 – 6:45 pm Location: Council Chambers, 1 Mackenzie Blvd A question and answer period...
Beware of Icy Conditions
The recent heavy snowfall and warming temperatures mixed with rain have made the roads, sidewalks and parking lots extremely treacherous. Public Works crews are working on trying to manage the extremely icy conditions and will continue to have equipment out into the evening. The District is recommending that pedestrians avoid sidewalks unless your shoes are equipped with cleats or spikes...
Council Highlights – Jan 13th
Keep up to date with Council and the District by viewing the latest Council Meeting Highlights: January 13, 2020 - Council Meeting Highlights
Do you have your licence yet?
Business and Dog Licenses expire on December 31 each year and are up for renewal for 2020. Renewal notices have been mailed to businesses and dog owners. Business License renewals and new license applications can be completed at the Public Works building behind the the Municipal Office at 1 Mackenzie Boulevard. Information about Business Licensing can be found on the...
Get on the List!
The District is generating an interest list to determine if there is a desire by residents to have alternative waste collection options in addition to the current weekly curbside pick-up. The alternative collection options being considered are: OPTION 1 Reduce frequency to a bi-weekly pickup at a slightly reduced rate OPTION 2 Request second garbage cart at an additional fee...
Tourism Workshop – Feb. 10/11
Event Details: February 10 & 11, 2020 8:30 – 4:30pm (Day 1) and 8 – 4pm (Day 2) | Lunch included Mackenzie Recreation Centre Cost: FREE Seating is limited. Please register by contacting Emily at 250-997-3221 or ac.eiznekcamfotcirtsid@nheake What is the Remarkable Experiences Workshop? This two-day workshop is intended to shift our thinking beyond a tourism product to consider how...
Public Works would like to remind residents that all waste needs to be bagged before being put into your residential garbage cart. Loose garbage can be blown into yards and streets by the wind when the truck flips the cart for dumping. This garbage creates a mess and can potentially attract animals to your yard and neighboring properties. Let’s work...
Winter Rec Guide is Live!
The Winter 2020 Recreation Guide can now be found online. Paper copies are available at the Mackenzie Recreation Centre. In the guide you will find information for exciting winter programs, swimming lessons, climbing schedules and much, much more. Check it out today!