Affordable Housing Projects

Affordable Housing Projects Coming to Lumby The Village of Lumby is working with two specific groups to meet the needs of affordable housing in Lumby. 1. Lumby & District Senior Citizen Housing Society (LDSCHS) About the LDSCHS Project In keeping with our Affordable Housing Strategy, adopted by Council in November 2017, the Village re-zoned Village owned property on Shields avenue adjacent to the OAP hall to allow for affordable housing.  Since then, the Village has been in discussion with LDSCHS as well as BC Housing on making application to the Province for funding to expand the current Saddle Mountain Place.  Application…


Council Adopts Priorities for 2021

After two days of Strategic Planning sessions facilitated by a consultant, Village of Lumby Council considered and adopted the 2021 Strategic Priorities. To view the Strategic Priorities Chart (SPC) click here.  To view the report from the consultant click here. To view the report from the CAO dated October 1, 2020 on the status of the current 2020 Strategic Priorities click here. To view the report from the CAO dated February 16, 2021 on Council's Strategic Priorities Update click here. To view Council's previous years priorities click here.


2021 Financial Plan Adopted

At the Monday January 18th 2021 Regular Council Meeting, Council gave first reading to Financial Plan Bylaw No 853, 2021.  At the Tuesday February 16th 2021 Regular Council Meeting, Council gave 2nd and 3rd reading to Financial Plan Bylaw No. 853, 2021. At the Monday March 1st 2021 Regular Council Meeting, Council adopted Financial Plan Bylaw No. 853, 2021. To view the power point presentation from the Manager of Finance on the 2021 budget click here.  Public Consultation took place from January 19th to February 9th. Options to provide input included: Fill in the Financial Plan Comment Form and drop off at 1775 Glencaird Street or email to doria@lumby.caHave a phone conversation…


New Residential Waste Collection Program Starts April 15

Council has approved a new residential waste collection program as a way to reduce the amount of waste being sent to the landfill.  To view the brochure click here. The new program includes the following: weekly containerized food waste collection (residents will be provided a specific 57 litre container for food waste)bi-weekly containerized garbage collection (residents will be provided a specific 240 litre container for garbage)bi-weekly recycling collection will continue through the current contractor  The decision to divert food waste is based on the RDNO's Solid Waste Management Plan recommendations, where approximately 30% of the waste stream is made up of…