City of Fernie

Get informed for the City of Fernie Council Meeting at 7pm on April 23, 2019. Topics to be discussed include:

Local Government Associations are a powerful vehicle for local governments around the world. One of Ange’s first conferences as a newly elected Councillor was at our Association of Kootenay Boundary Local Government Association. She saw a bright enthusiastic board working hard to deliver a meaningful conference, stick handle some advocacy pieces and run the Annual General Meeting.

Check out all the highlights from the City of Fernie Council Meeting on March 25, 2019.

Event Date: 
Monday, March 25, 2019

This edition of the City Council Meeting will include topics:

The Regular Council Meeting on March 11, 2019 begins at 7pm and will feature topics including:

  • Formal and Informal Public Hearings
  • Update on the Eirin Amundsen Pavilion Project
  • Contract award for the Detailed Design of the Public Works Building
  • Council Procedure Bylaw No. 1956, Amendment No. 2375, 2019
  • Zoning Bylaw 1750, Amendment Bylaw No. 2340, 2018

Please note: Detailed agenda available at

Event Date: 
Monday, February 11, 2019

Council Agenda

  • Formal and Informal Public Hearings
  • Fairy Creek Pathway
  • Bike BC Grant Application
  • CBT Community Initiatives Funding and Affected Areas Program Community Meeting date schedule
  • Community Emergency Preparedness Grant Application for Flood Mitigation
  • Maiden Lake Dike Improvements contract award
  • 2019 Financial Plan and Budget Open House date
  • Multi-Purpose Community Centre Loan Authorization Bylaw 
Event Date: 
Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Please join the City and Northwest Hydraulic Consultants for a presentation on the findings of the Flood Mitigation Plan, as well as collect feedback for incorporation into the draft report.

The City of Fernie hired a consultant to prepare a Flood Mitigation Plan for the City. The project was funded by the Provincial Government through the Emergency Management BC program. The project included an assessment of the existing dikes and development of prioritized future projects to mitigate the flood hazard.

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.