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District of Logan Lake Council Meetings

Regular Council Meetings

Regular Council meetings are open to the public and are typically held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, commencing at 7:00 pm in Council Chambers, located at #1 Opal Drive in the Municipal Office.

Should you wish to appear as a delegation at a Regular Council Meeting please submit a Delegation Request form to the Director of Corporate Affairs at the Municipal Office, #1 Opal Drive or via email at prior to 1:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding the Meeting. If you have any questions, please call the Director of Corporate Affairs at 250.523.6225 ext. 230.

2019 Schedule of Regular Council Meetings

2019 Changes to Regular Council Meeting Schedule

  * Please note:  The two Documents below are related to appearing as a Delegation to a Regular Council Meeting

Council Procedures Bylaw 831, 2018

Delegation Request Form


Regular Council Meeting Agendas

Agendas for Regular Council meetings are prepared and posted the Friday before the scheduled meeting and for Committee of the Whole, Special, or InCamera meetings, 24 hours prior to the meeting.  The deadline for public submissions to a Regular Council Meeting agenda is the Thursday before the meeting. Please deliver submissions to the Municipal Office at #1 Opal Drive, or by mail to Box 190, Logan Lake, BC  V0K 1W0, or by fax at 250.523.6678 or by email to

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Regular Council Meeting Minutes

Please click here to view Regular Council Meeting Minutes


Committee of the Whole Meetings

Committee of the Whole meetings are meetings called by the Mayor, and include all members of Council.  Committee of the Whole Meetings allow a Council to review and discuss topins in depth, and make recommendations only, to a formal “Regular” or “Special” meeting of the Council. Public notice of a Committee of the Whole meeting is required in advance and these meetings may or may not be open to the public.

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Special Council Meetings

A Special Council meeting is a meeting called in addition to the annual Regular scheduled meetings and can be a meeting that is open or closed to the public.  A 24-hour notice period is required for Council to conduct a Special meeting, unless waived under Section 127 (4) of the Community Charter.

InCamera Council Meetings

InCamera Council meetings, also known as ‘closed meetings’, are meetings of a confidential nature that the public are not permitted to attend and can only be held pursuant to the regulations outlined under Section 90 of the Community Charter.



Council Highlights

Council Highlights:
April 9, 17, 23, 2019 - Regular and Special Council Meetings

1.       Council approved a letter of support for the Graduated Licensing Program for Motorcycles (GLP-M);

2.       Council approved a Noise Bylaw exemption for Saturday, June 29, 2019 between 3:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. for a wedding ceremony and reception;

3.       Council approved Les McDonnell from HVOA, a Representative from Ministry of Forest, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, and BC Lake Stewardship Society be appointed to the Lake Enhancement Working Group as voting members; and Ministry of Environment as a non-voting member;

4.       Council approved a temporary fix to the spawning channel pump and motor;

5.       Council authorized distribution of a Notice of Intent to consider issuance of a DVP for Lots 12 - 22 (inclusive), Plan EPP75956, DL 2217, KDYD, (417, 421, 425, 429, 433, 437, 441, 445, 449, & 453 Daladon Drive); AND THAT subject to a hearing, consider issuance of a Development Variance Permit to vary Zoning Bylaw 675, 2010, Section 8 R1 Zone - Single Family Residential, sub-section 8, R1 Zone - Single Family Residential, sub-section 8.2.9 - Minimum Setback of Principal Buildings from Front Parcel Line, from 6.0 metres to 5.0 metres;

6.       Council adopted Council Procedure Amendment Bylaw No. 842, 2019 allowing the person appointed as Acting Mayor to Chair the Committee of the Whole meetings;

7.       Council approved an increase of $5,000 to the Meadow Creek Golf Club Culvert Replacement Project;

8.       Council approved $10,000 for the District to participate in the Charge North EV Network Project and Associated CleanBC Communities Fund Application;

9.       Council approved changes to the Reserves and Surplus Policy as per Director of Finance recommendations;

10.   Council approved changes to the Statement of Objectives and Policies as per Director of Finance recommendations;

11.   Council approved a 7% Water Rate increase;

12.   Council approved $15,000 for Hydrant Maintenance;

13.   Council approved a 2.7% Sewer Operating Fund increase;

14.   Council approved $10,000 for the Recreation Centre Upper Lounge Upgrades and $4,000 for Arena Stair Handrail upgrades;

15.   Council approved a 2.7% rate increase for Mixed Recycling and Garbage;

16.   Council approved $80,000 for Asphalt Crack Sealing;

17.   Council approved $5,000 for Fire Hall Landscaping Improvements;

18.   Council approved $30,000 for Safety Standards for Agate Drive Road Upgrades;

19.   Council approved $10,000 for Street Light Pole and Base Replacements;

20.   Council approved $25,000 from the General Operating Fund Municipal Insurance Association of BC for Campground Dock Repairs;

21.   Council approved that staff prepare a report to Committee of the Whole outlining options and cost estimates for upgrades to the existing tennis courts;

22.   Council approved that the District of Logan Lake proclaim National Missing Children's Month and Missing Children's Day in May 2019, and that kits be ordered for all children in the community;

23.   Council approved the request from CUPE Local 900 requesting the District of Logan Lake that the flag be lowered on Friday, April 26, 2019 to recognize National Day of Mourning on April 28, 2019;

24.   Council approved that a late resolution be prepared for the Southern Interior Local Government Association seeking clarity around the Province's implementation of UNDRIP processes and framework and what our responsibility is as a Local Government;

25.   Council approved the Arts Council Grant-in-Aid request for $1,000;

26.   Council approved the Logan Lake Minor Hockey Association Grant-in-Aid request in the amount of $1,500 for goal tending equipment;

27.   Council approved the Logan Lake Girl Guides Grant-in-Kind for rental of the Fire Hall;

28.   Council approved the Logan Lake 2019 Grad Class Grant-in-Kind request of $256 for a facility waiver for Grad; and

29.   Council adopted TV Society Grant-in-Aid Frontage Tax Bylaw No. 844, 2019.


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