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Building Permit Application
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Liquor and Cannabis Licence Application
OCP Amendment Application
Pet licence application
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Temporary Use Application
Water and Sewer Connection Application

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Emergency Contacts

Police, Fire, Medical

911

Non-emergency

Police

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are responsible for law enforcement in the Municipality.
Phone: 250 692‑7171
Address: 147 Hwy 35
Mailing Address: PO Box 759 Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0

Fire

Fire Chief: 250 692‑7587
In case of a wildfire contact the Ministry of Forests, Protection Branch
Call toll free 1 800 663‑5555 or *5555 on most cellular networks.
www.bcwildfire.ca

Medical

Lakes District Hospital and Health Centre 250 692‑2400
Burns Lake Medical Clinic 250 692‑3111

In the spring of 2020 the Village of Burns Lake and Lake Babine Nation partnered to complete a grant application for the Province of BC’s, Active Transportation Grant.  The grant was approve and construction began in the late summer.  The sidewalk has increased safety for pedestrians.

 

“Redesigning our community to promote active transportation took a giant leap forward with the awarding of the grant to the Village of Burns Lake and Lake Babine Nation.  The connection of the downtown core to Woyenne Reserve via a sidewalk system will support to increase active transportation options for residents.  The project will significantly improve safety and convenience for residents, including seniors living in Heritage Manor, and Tweedsmuir House and students attending one of the three schools in the community.  On behalf of council, I would like to thank the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure through the Active Transportation Grant program for investing in Burns Lake.”

Dolores Funk, Mayor, Village of Burns Lake