City of Fernie

The City of Fernie received an application to rezone the Lutheran Church from Public Institutional to Residential and planners were faced with the challenge of how to preserve the value of a heritage building, and perhaps more importantly, create a framework that would ensure the Lutheran Church would not be demolished.

Throughout the election this past October, we got to learn more about each candidate. But there was still so much we wanted to learn about the young man who stood up to take on an important role in our community.

As winter white begins to fall many communities take on a slower pace, settling into a schedule based around shorter days, colder weather, homework, and planning for the festive season. All of these things happen in Fernie but it’s far from a quiet time. 

Event Date: 
Saturday, January 5, 2019
Time: 
5:30pm

Wondering what to do with that Christmas Tree? Fernie Fire Rescue is once again hosting the FERNIE on FIRE fundraiser and tree burning event on Saturday, January 5 at 5:30pm at the Fernie Aquatic Centre parking lot.

Event Date: 
Monday, December 10, 2018
Time: 
10am and 7pm

To help better inform our residents on upcoming Council meeting items, the City of Fernie has created “Council Agenda at a Glance.”

Here are the details on the upcoming meetings on December 10, 2018 at City Hall. Full agendas are available here with further information.

The City of Fernie announced November 28, 2019 that they will be submitting a grant funding application to the Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure (CCRI) and Rural Northern Communities Program funding streas for a Multi-Purpose Community Centre. Both grants are offered through the Province of British Columbia and the Federal Government of Canada.

The City of Fernie has received notice from our Contractor that the roof truss repairs have been expedited and the Fernie Memorial Arena will re-open for Saturday, December 1st, 2018 for the previously scheduled Ghostriders’ home game.

More than just any other industry, tourism requires collaboration and partnering locally with residents, businesses, user groups and organisations, as well as with regional and provincial organisations. Done right, tourism can bring many benefits to communities; doing it right requires proactive planning and ongoing governance for community success.

This month, Fernie will vote and we’d like to introduce the candidates. 

Event Date: 
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Time: 
4:00pm - 6:00pm

Learn about the Tourism Master Plan Project and meet the Task Force and consultant. This Open House is the public launch event for the initiative. Everyone is welcome.

Whether you are a local resident, home owner, tourism business, business interested in tourism, someone representing a group of interest such as sport/culture/recreation/trails, or are simply interested in learning more about the project please attend. Learn about the upcoming surveys, engagement sessions and general process and objectives for developing a Tourism Master Plan for Fernie.