Village of Lytton Update – April 1, 2022


Voters can request a mail ballot from the Village website beginning Monday, April 4. The last day to request a mail ballot is Thursday, April 28 at 4 pm. To be counted, a mail ballot must be received by the Chief Election Officer no later than 8 pm on General Voting Day – April 30, 2022.

Heritage Permit in place

The province has taken steps to support community-wide recovery in Lytton while protecting sensitive archaeological resources and promoting compliance with the Heritage Conservation Act. The Archaeology Branch of the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development has issued a Heritage Investigation Permit. The permit is intended to support all types of archaeological assessments that may be required for demolition or reconstruction within the Village.

It is recommended that individual landowners (or their delegates) be added to the permit in advance of land-altering activities to avoid delays or stoppage of work. These delays can occur if protected archaeological sites or materials are discovered during non-permitted work.

Link to the Heritage Permit page on the village website for details on submitting a request and receiving recommendations from the Archaeology Branch.

Update on the prescribed burn in Lytton area

Smoke and flames may be visible from Lytton this weekend. The BC Wildfire Service and Skuppah Indian Band plan to conduct a 13-hectare prescribed burn south of the Village. BC Wildfire Service is watching the site and weather conditions closely and it looks like all conditions will align for the burn to possibly happen the April 1 weekend.

Lytton 2022 Budget

The Village of Lytton has posted its draft 2022 Budget. Download the “Budget at a Glance” or review the draft 2022-2026 Five-Year Financial Plan at

Residents can provide input to until April 4.

Update on Health Care in Lytton

Interior Health has provided updated information on health care resources for Lytton residents for the month of April.

The Tl’Kemtsin Health Centre at 1535 St Georges Rd Lytton has added at a Virtual Doctor of the Day service or call 1-855-344-3800.

Wednesday in April, Home Health RN Crystal will be in Treatment Room 10-11 from 9:30 am to 3 pm

Interior Health Care Resources –

Need housing?

Residents who haven’t yet let the Village know they have temporary housing needs, please email your requests to

Right of entry reminder

As debris removal continues, property owners without insurance or who do not have sufficient insurance are reminded to complete a Right of Entry Permit to provide the Village and contractors permission to enter and coordinate clean-up of their property.

A reminder that as work continues on debris removal, access to properties is limited. If you need to return to complete the final collection of any personal effects, please contact Owen at

Boost Your Well-Being

Starting in April, Health Emergency Services BC is offering a Wellness Exchange consisting of five free, weekly one-hour workshops:

See the poster for topics and schedule:

Resiliency Centre Update

The Resiliency Centre located in the Kumsheen ShchEma-meet School will be closed for Good Friday, April 15 and Easter Monday, April 18 and will reopen on April 19.

Community Meeting

The Village of Lytton is hosting a Community Meeting Thursday, April 28 to discuss what’s next in the Community Recovery Planning process. The recording of the last community meeting has been posted:

For more information

Contact or 778-254-5004 if you have any additional questions or concerns. The Village of Lytton staff’s contact information is listed on the website at

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