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News Release – 100th Anniversary of the Irrigation Canal

The Ditch – 1919 – 2019 The Town of Oliver unveiled a commemorative bronze plaque to formally celebrate the centennial anniversary of the irrigation canal; often referred to as the Ditch.  Mayor Johansen and Council members met at Fairview Park, across from the secondary school, to recognize 100 years of the irrigation canal delivering water to the semi-arid desert area transforming it into the viable agricultural growing oasis it is today.  An earlier unveiling was cancelled due to COVID-19 where past Alderman, Council members, Engineers, and long-term staff were invited.  “It is an amazing piece of infrastructure”, stated Mayor Johanson,

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News Release – Raised Crosswalk on Park Drive

For Immediate Release
July 15, 2020

Raised Crosswalk on Park Drive

To replace the raised crosswalk on Park Drive at Tuc-el-Nuit Elementary School capital works are scheduled to begin on July 20, 2020. The changes are to improve the ramps to the appropriate specifications of the raised crosswalk.

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News Release – Town of Oliver Doors Open to the Public

July 14, 2020   Doors Re-Open at Town Hall   Town of Oliver doors closed to the public July 13th out of an abundance of caution for staff and the general public.  The results of a COVID-19 test result came back negative late yesterday.   Doors are now open to the public under reduced hours 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Access is being administered through a door buzzer and intercom system and is limited to two people at a time.  This will enable the Town to provide the best level of customer service in a responsible, socially distanced manner.   

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News Release – Town of Oliver Doors Closed to the Public

TOWN OF OLIVER DOORS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC For Immediate Release July 13, 2020 Closed to the Public until further Notice Please take note that Town Hall offices are closed to the public effective July 13, 2020 until further notice.  The Town will continue to offer services online and over the phone.  The town’s critical and essential services, including fire services, drinking water and wastewater treatment, enforcement of bylaws, recycling and garbage collection will continue. Quarterly utility invoices will be in the mail this week and you can pay by e-transfer, internet/telephone banking, mail in your cheque, or drop a

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