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Regional District of Kootenay Boundary asks residents not to travel to secondary homes
Business community is asking for better security measures amid pandemic
” … We have initiated stringent PPE requirements to protect responders from exposures … “
Rossland and Salmo clinics are not seeing immunocompromised or suspect/symptomatic patients.
Trail bylaw enforcement regularly patrols city playgrounds and parks
The emergency shelter season usually ends March 31
All refuse must be secured to prevent wildlife interactions and for collector safety
The Trail RCMP report the fire was started on March 28 at around 1 a.m.
City council will review parking measures at the end of the month
The Victoria Street Bridge will reflect hues of pink and red until the pandemic ends
Kootenay Boundary fire rescue reports small fire resulted from single vehicle rollover
City is focusing on maintaining core services
Cancelled events include Sunday Cinema, Silver City Days, and family shows
Coronavirus pandemic puts full stop on City of Trail ambassador programme
” … Trail operations is one of a few, and in some cases, the only North American supplier.”
RDKB reminds all residents the shutdown is for public safety and in response to COVID-19
Call of trees on fire came into Kootenay Boundary fire department just before 1:30 a.m.
Sewer systems are built to handle only human waste and toilet paper.
Coronavirus changes forecast, city leaders deciding what changes to make in 2020
Shutdowns started in the City of Trail last week