Hemlock Valley News and Events

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Casino Night Thank you!

The Casino Night was a success with over $8,000 raised and a great time had by many!  Fire Chief Ken would like to thank everyone who attended.  The funds will go to much needed equipment for the Fire Hall and its volunteers.   To view Fire Chief Ken’s letter, please click here:  casino night thank you

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Update on Water Shortage

Below is a letter provided to water users of Hemlock Utility Services Ltd regarding the water challenges which began on December 22, 2022. On Dec. 22, 2022 Hemlock Utilities issued a water restriction at 6:01 p.m. The restriction was precipitated by a lack of water coming into the water treatment plant from the lagoon that

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H.E.L.P. Update

The Hemlock Emergency Lookout Program (HELP) Emergency Response Guide is now available for public consumption on hvha.ca!

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Hemlock Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program

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)

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FVRD FireSmart Wood Chipper Event

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

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BCUC – British Columbia Utilities Commission Final Orders – 2022

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

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