- Special Council Meeting – May 20
- Soil removal underway
- Nicomen Bridge shutdown on Highway 1
- Lytton primary care clinic services
- Wellness Exchange
- Red Cross supports – May dates
- Lytton Post-Fire Examination Report: BC FireSmart presentation May 4
- Gift Card pick-up dates
See archives for past bulletins.
- $416 million in disaster funding comes through for homes lost in B.C. wildfires
- Fort Berens Estate Winery announces Lytton Strong fundraiser
- Village of Lytton releases preliminary by-election results
- Nominations open for Village of Lytton Council
- Province adds supports for Lytton’s recovery
- Village Council introduces new Building Bylaws for public feedback
- New supports a big step toward Lytton’s recovery
- Statement regarding Village of Lytton staff changes
- Councillor Leitch Resigns Effective December 8, 2021
- Grant to support Lytton’s wildfire recovery
- Lytton Post-Fire Examination Report: BC FireSmart presentation May 4
- April 28 Community Meeting
- March 24 Community Meeting
- February 24 Community Meeting
- Building Bylaw Feedback
- January 13 Community Meeting
- Cannabis Retail Community Consultation
The Village of Lytton regularly hosts Community Meeting to discuss what’s next in the Community Recovery Planning process. All Lytton residents, business owners and community members are encouraged to attend the virtual meeting to get the latest information from the Village’s Recovery Team, provide feedback and get answers to your questions.
To receive invitations and updates, sign up to the Village Update newsletter.
See archives of past community meetings and open houses.
VILLAGE OF LYTTON YOUTUBE PAGE
The Village of Lytton hosts YouTube Channel. All Village Committee and Council Meeting recordings will be available on this page. Ensure you click “Subscribe” to be notified when new videos are posted.
Recovery Housing Project Manager
Jack Keough of Yellowhead Community Services Society has been appointed as Recovery Housing Project Manager. Keough will lead the strategic planning of housing development for the rebuild of the Village. email@example.com
Debris removal and remediation to begin March 8
The Province is commiting a further $18.4 million for the recovery of Lytton. This funding will cover the substantial costs of debris removal, archeological work and soil remediation for municipal and all uninsured and underinsured properties in the village. Read the full media release | See greetings from Fraser-Nicola MLAJackie Tegart
The Resiliency Centre is open Monday to Friday from 10 am to 4 pm.
Personalized Red Cross Support – Lytton
The Canadian Red Cross has arranged personalized supports for Lytton residents. See more at https://lytton.ca/recovery/resources-supports/#redcross
Interior Health has provided updated information on health care resources for Lytton residents for the month of May.
- 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.
- May 2022 Health Services-Calendar
- May 2022 Health Services at a glance
Business grant launched
The Community Futures Development Corporation of Central Interior First Nations (CFDC of CIFN) and United Way BC, Emergent Response and Recovery Grant (ERRG) is now available. >> READ MORE
Integrated Design Process
Lytton residents are invited to participate in the Integrated Design Process in their rebuild. The Integrated Design Process (IDP) is a holistic, collaborative approach to sustainable building design. Those interested can contact the Village at firstname.lastname@example.org indicate “IDP request” in the subject line.
See more in the Integrated Design Process Guide.
TELUS Statement – Village of Lytton
TELUS has provided a written statement for all Lytton residents regarding billing of services and where to contact for further information.
For more information, click here.
Virtual Wellness Exchange:
Are you interested in reflecting and engaging in self-care and building skills for personal development? The Provincial Health Services Authority is hosting virtual wellness sessions for various communities impacted across BC to help increase effective coping, communication and self-advocacy. The wellness sessions will focus on topics such as building problem solving skills, rebuilding healthy connections, managing reactions and promoting positive activities and helpful thinking.
To learn more about the Virtual Wellness Exchange, click here.
If you’re interested in registering for the virtual wellness sessions, please fill out this form.
Payments to the Village of Lytton
Payments for Village of Lytton property taxes, utilities or permits can be completed online using online banking Bill Payment or Interac e-Transfer, or by cheque through the mail.
- Pay through Online Bill Payment: Please use your Parcel Identifier Number (PID) as the Account Number
- Pay by E-transfer: All e-transfers should be directed to email@example.com
- Send a cheque in the mail: Cheques can be mailed to PO Box 100 380 Main Street Lytton, BC V0K 1Z0
Clinton and District Assisted Living Society Housing Opportunity
The Clinton and District Assisted Living Society would like to offer residents the opportunity to move to the new Clinton Creek Estates Supportive Housing Facility for Low-income Seniors. They have a few apartments still open: over 650 sq. ft. that includes a microwave, small fridge and an induction cook plate, as two meals per day are provided with the rent along with TV and internet. Please contact Shellie Park, General Manager at Clinton Creek Estates, at 250-459-0051 for more information.
INSURANCE PRESENTATION AT CASC MEETING
A representative from the Insurance Bureau of Canada made a presentation and answered resident questions at the Citizens Advisory Select Committee (CASC) meeting. The presentation can be viewed on its own here.
REMOVAL OF DANGER AND DEAD TREES
The Village of Lytton will be undertaking the removal of “danger” and dead trees on public and private property in the coming days in preparation for larger-scale debris removal. This will be done AT NO COST TO THE PROPERTY OWNER.
IMPORTANT: If you would prefer the Village NOT to enter your property to remove dangerous or dead trees, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details about the debris removal will follow in the coming days.
SHOUT OUT TO THE CHOI FAMILY
Season’s Greetings and a huge shout out to the Choi Family, AG Foods, and members of the Love First Nations Ministry for the substantial donation of 500 gift baskets to the citizens of Lytton and surrounding communities. A further shout out to those community members, stakeholders, agencies and First Nation Bands that provided donations and pulled this incredible gift-giving together! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
Christmas Greetings from Mayor Polderman (December 16, 2021):
The Christmas season is upon us and Council and staff wish to extend to all you the best for the holiday season and we wish you and your families a new beginning for 2022. >> READ MORE
Do Not Consume Advisory Rescinded (December 13, 2021):
Interior Health Authority (IHA) has reached an agreement to remove the Do Not Consume (DNC) Advisory from the section of the water distribution system supplying the east portion of the Village of Lytton, as well as homes on IR#17 and IR#18. >> READ MORE IN THE RESIDENT UPDATE
Extension Request for State of Local Emergency
The Mayor of the Village of Lytton has requested to extend the duration of the declaration of a state of local emergency to Dec. 20. >> READ MORE
Community Futures: Lytton Business Wildfire Impact Report
News Release: Community Futures Sun Country is releasing its report on the impacts to business from the wildfire. For the full report, visit https://www.cfsun.ca/news_events/#latest_news.
Resiliency Centre to Open in Lytton (November 24, 2021)
The Village of Lytton will open a Resiliency Centre in Lytton to support wildfire evacuees and area residents. The Centre will be open beginning Monday, November 29, and will be located at the Kumsheen ShchEma-meet School, at 365 Trans-Canada Highway in Lytton, BC. >> READ MORE
Lytton Fire Fund Application
The Lytton Fire Fund was set up from funds that were donated to the Territory of the People by Anglicans. To apply for the fund, complete the application.
>> Application – Fillable PDF >> Application – Word Doc
GHD Report: Summary of Results and Safe Work Considerations
The Village of Lytton has received the final GHD Report concerning the bulk material sampling and air monitoring. This report provides information concerning the particles and toxins that are present within the disaster area, including Village of Lytton, IR17, IR18 and IR22. >> READ THE REPORT