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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

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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:
December 11, 2018 - Regular Council Meeting

1.       Council authorized issuance of Temporary Use Permit #02-18 for the property legally described as Lot 6, Plan KAP31523, DL 2217 KDYD (115 Apex Drive), to temporarily permit Retail Use in M1 – Light Industrial Zone, as required under Zoning Bylaw 675, within the existing, for a period of one year;

2.       Council approved a request from the Meadow Creek Golf Club for snow removal of the parking lots for the 2018/19 winter season for special events only;

3.       Council approved for the Committee of the Whole meetings to be scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on the following dates: January 9, 2019; February 13, 2019; March 13, 2019; April 10, 2019; May 8, 2019; June 12, 2019; and that the January, February, and March meetings be held in the Fire Hall Teck Room, located at 120 Chartrand Place; and the remainder of the meetings take place in Council Chambers at the Municipal Office at #1 Opal Drive;

4.       Council approved a Grant-in-Kind application from the Logan Lake Elementary School in the amount of $1,105.65 to allow free skating for the K-7 students from January to March 2019, every Tuesday and Thursday; and that the Kamloops-Thompson School Board receive a copy of the letter;

5.       Council deferred the December 11, 2018 Chief Administrative Officer Mobile Vending Options – Input Results Report to the January 9, 2019 Committee of the Whole Meeting;

6.       Council authorized the Director of Public Works and Recreation to make application to the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program for Rural and Northern Communities for the Production Well 1 Replacement Project, in the amount of $975,000, thereby ensuring residents improved sustainable access to safe, potable water;

7.       Council authorized the Director of Public Works and Recreation to make application to the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, under the Community, Culture, and Recreation Fund, for the complete replacement of the District’s Ice Plant to improve facility access, safety, and to achieve energy savings and greenhouse gas reductions at a total cost of $1,312,503; and that Council budget $350,000 in 2019 to leverage the potential grant amount of $962,503;

8.       Council approved that a letter be sent to the Better at Home Program thanking them for assisting with the Light Up for Christmas Contest judging;

9.       Council approved that letters be sent to the Logan Lake Fire Department’s Departing Members thanking them for their years of service.