Planning Department Projects:
Active Transportation Plan -
The Active Transportation Network Plan will identify key transportation routes and review existing transportation modes used in 100 Mile House. A well planned active transportation network will provide better access to the town centre for residents and tourists to key locations, businesses and employers.
Community Support Guide -
The Community Support Guide project is being prepared in response to mill shift reductions, temporary and eventual permanent closure of the Norbord OSB mill and the closure of the West Fraser Chasm sawmill. Funding was allocated to provide support services for impacted forestry workers. The project will capture community resources with a focus on what workers and their families would need when facing challenges with layoffs, including new employment opportunities that may either be in our area or in a remote work situation.
Residential Road Safety Project - Speed bumps -
The District of 100 Mile House has identified the need for speed reduction bumps and warning signs to be installed on North Birch Avenue and Evergreen Crescent. These streets lead to the community’s primary sports fields in an established family neighborhood. These residential streets see high traffic volumes before and after game times, often traveling in excess of the 30 km/h posted speed limit.