Hemlock Valley News and Events
HELP is in your community. But, not without you! The Hemlock Valley Homeowners Association, Sasquatch Mountain Resort and the Hemlock Valley Volunteer Fire Department want to build the village’s first community-led emergency support service, known as a Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program (NEPP). On the mountain, it has been dubbed the Hemlock Emergency Lookout Program (HELP)
Our local FireSmart Coordinator for the Fraser Valley Regional District has organized a wood chipping program for Hemlock Valley in an effort to help Hemlock Valley Homeowners make their properties safer from wildfires by clearing nearby vegetation and trimming tree branches. The plan is for a chip truck and chipper to drive the roads of
The BCUC released its final orders in the matter of its investigation into Hemlock Utility Service’s safety and reliability. The detailed document (Order No. G-195-22) begins by addressing its findings from its earlier document (Order No. G-153-21) where the Utility had submitted an application to revise Section 19 (Liability of the Company re: Service) of
The Fraser Valley Regional District budgeted funds to complete independent FireSmart assessments on some individual communities in 2022. Its aim is to provide an effective management approach for preserving wildland living aesthetics within the FVRD while reducing community ignition potential and subsequent spread of fire during a wildland urban interface fire. In Area C, Hemlock
Snow-capped peaks, green trees, winding creeks and happy people. For many of us, Hemlock Valley is where we feel most alive. We can see, smell, feel what makes life better in the mountains every time we’re lucky enough to make it up Hemlock Valley Road without losing a muffler. It’s what keeps us coming back.