Asphalt milling to remove the uphill lane from the bottom hairpin corner on Fourth Avenue to Creston Street, and both lanes between Trail Street and Creston Street is planned to start on Wednesday, April 24th.
Due to a recent upgrade of its computer hardware, the City of Kimberley has a number of desktop computers and monitors that are no longer required for its operations. As is permitted by Purchasing Bylaw No. 2606, the City is offering this surplus equipment for donation to local non-profit organizations.
Weather-permitting, crews from the City of Cranbrook, with assistance from the British Columbia Wildfire Service are planning a prescribed burn at the River's Crossing Park over the next two weeks. Date and timing of the prescribed burn will be announced closer to the day of the burn.