Thank you to the residents who are placing only accepted recyclable items in curbside collection, it really makes a difference! Please continue to help us achieve our community’s target of zero-waste by ensuring that only accepted recyclable items are placed for pick-up in approved bags or containers.Non-recyclable items, such as plastic bags,
Monthly archive for July 2016
A new marketing campaign is telling travellers to “get off the highway” to visit downtown Duncan. Billboards, highway directional signs, and street banners are being installed as part of a campaign to refresh Downtown Duncan’s image and draw visitors into the downtown core. A revised tourist brochure and increased online
The Cowichan Valley watering restrictions are now at Stage Two. EVEN numbered addresses water on Wednesday & Saturday and ODD numbered addresses water on Thursday & Sunday - 2 hours maximum from 7-9 am or 7-9 pm. Visit Watering Conservation/Restrictions for more information. Questions? Contact Public Works at 250-746-5321.
Beginning Monday, July 11, 2016 Stone Pacific Contracting Ltd., on behalf of the City of Duncan, will be commencing with the upgrades to Second Street’s water, sanitary and storm mains. This project will include new watermain and replacement of the storm and sanitary mains.During this construction period, the City of Duncan
On Thursday, July 7, 2016, the City of Duncan will launch its fresh, bold new website that reflects the vibrancy of the community. Designed with the residents, visitors and local business' in mind, the new site is much more user friendly with a fully responsive design for desktop and small