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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.

2018 Schedule of Regular Council Meetings

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

Council Procedures Bylaw 632, 2008 Section 4.10

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

Please click here to view Regular Council Meeting Agendas


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.

Please click here to view posted agendas.

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 - December 12, 2017

1.  Mayor Smith announced the 2017 Light Up for Christmas event winners as follows:


1st – Copper Valley Grocery & Gas

2nd – CIBC

3rd – Royal LePage Realty

Honourable Mention – Logan Lake Realty

Honourable Mention – Highland Valley Foods


1st – 196 Gowan Drive

2nd – 206 Gowan Drive

3rd – 191 Lea Rig Crescent

Honourable Mention – 363 Daladon Drive

Honourable Mention – 6 Jade Court


Best Lit Street:  Jasper Drive

Best Lit Cul-de-Sac:  Dogwood Court

Best Lit Apartment Building:  Ponderosa Apartments


2.    Council approved the request from the Rock Baptist Church that they be added to the Rental Subsidy Program for the Elementary School under the School District 73 Joint Use Agreement.


3.   Mayor Smith wore the Chain of Office for the first time, and reported that she was honoured to share this momentous occasion with the Council, staff and the community. Council requested staff proceed with having a display case made for the Chain of Office.


4.   Council requested that a letter be sent to the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy supporting the Village of Harrison Hot Springs’ concerns regarding the prevention of Quagga & Zebra Mussels.


5.   Council requested a letter be sent to Jennifer Yates of Highland Development Camp Figure Skating School stating the request for the District to approve an extension of the arena ice surface at the Recreation Centre until May 18, 2018, has been tabled to a future meeting, as Council would like additional information.


6.   Council advanced the Wellness, Heath & Youth Society (WHY) Needs, Gaps, and Issues Review, Strategic Plan, and Proposal to a budget meeting for consideration.


7.   Council approved the 2018 Provisional Budget Meeting to be held on February 6, 2018.


8.   Council authorized that the District to apply to the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) for the 2018 Community Emergency Preparedness Fund: Emergency Operations Centres & Training grant.


9.   Mayor Smith distributed to Council the 2018 Committees and other Appointments as follows:


Executive & Indigenous Affairs Standing Committee

         Mayor R. Smith, Chairperson

         Councillor Newman

         Councillor A. Smith

         (Staff: Chief  Administrative Officer,

         Director of Corporate Affairs)

Public Works, Parks and Recreation Standing Committee

        Councillor Youd, Chairperson

        Councillor A. Smith

        Councillor Weir

       (Staff: Chief  Administrative Officer,

         Director of Public Works and Recreation, Administrative Assistant)

Economic Development Standing Committee

        Councillor A. Smith, Chairperson

        Councillor Youd

        Councillor Weir

       (Staff: Chief  Administrative Officer,

         Director of Corporate Affairs, Administrative Assistant)


Lake Enhancement Working Group

  Councillor Weir

  Councillor Waddell (Alternate)

  Marge Sidney, Ministry of Environment

  Heather Larratt, Larratt Aquatic Consulting

  Bill French, Highland Valley Outdoor Assn.

  Ray Town, Highland Valley Outdoor Assn.

  Bert Parke, CBC

  Jacqui Schneider, Teck Highland Valley Copper

  Genevieve Pelletier, Teck Highland Valley Copper (Alternate)    (Staff: Chief Administrative Officer, Director of Public   Works and Recreation, Administrative Assistant)



Gold Country Communities Society

        Councillor Weir

        Councillor Waddell (Alternate)

Logan Lake Community Forest Corporation

        Councillor Newman

        Councillor A. Smith

        Councillor Youd

Northern Development Initiative Trust

        Councillor Youd

        Councillor Waddell (Alternate)

Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD)

        Mayor R. Smith, Director

        Councillor Newman (Alternate Director)



        Jan to June      -  Councillor Youd

        July to Nov       -  Councillor A. Smith


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