Village of Lytton
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Next Council Meeting
The next Regular Council Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, December 13, 2023, at 7 p.m.
You can join in person at the Parish Hall or online via Zoom.
Council meeting agendas are posted on CivicWeb by the end of the day on the Friday before the Council meeting.
Meeting live-stream and recording
Watch live-streamed meetings or recordings of past meetings on our YouTube channel: youtube.com/@VillageOfLytton.
Village of Lytton News
At their Council meeting on November 22, 2023, Council adopted a public notice bylaw, which allows for alternative means of publishing a notice, including the Village’s website and e-newsletter....
Don't wait to apply for your building permit. Apply now to avoid building permit delays, line up your contractors, and avoid changing provincial Building Code regulations (expected in December)....
Fire resilient rebuilding tip #3 – Keep sheds and other buildings away from windows, and install fire-resistant tempered glass windows
Each week, we will share a practical landscaping or building tip from the Village's Fire Resilient Community Fact Sheet. Tip 3: Keep sheds and other buildings away from windows. If buildings are...
The Village of Lytton is hosting another Community Meeting to continue to provide the latest updates on the Village’s rebuilding process. All Lytton residents, business owners, and community...
The Village's Regular Council Meeting on November 22, 2023, was interrupted by a "Zoom bombing" incident. We are currently investigating this incident and reviewing our Zoom meeting procedures.
Rebuilding in Lytton
On June 30, 2021, a wildfire destroyed approximately over 100 properties within the Village of Lytton. More than 1,000 residents evacuated from the area.
The province is supporting the recovery Lytton while protecting sensitive archaeological resources and promoting compliance with the Heritage Conservation Act.
The Zoning and Building Bylaws state the requirements that must be met to be able to build a home or other building or structure. The first step is to determine which zone your property is in.
A building permit is required before the start of any construction or renovation within the Village.
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Rebuilding our community
On June 30, 2021, the beautiful Village of Lytton was destroyed by a fire that swept through the town with such speed and fury, most residents didn’t have time to grab much, if anything. Nearly the entire village was destroyed. Residents were forced to flee in separate directions and are displaced across the southern part of the province with little or nothing of their own.
Village of Lytton
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PO Box 100
769 S- Trans Canada Hwy
Lytton, BC V0K 1Z0
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