Municipal engineering includes road works, pedestrian/cycling facilities, traffic management, water works, sanitary sewerage, storm water management and street lighting. Engineering personnel assess the demands on the City's infrastructure, which may result in capital works projects to either improve or replace the existing services. Staff plan, design and perform the review and assessment of engineering design proposals for capital works projects and new land developments and inspect the construction of these works. The engineering department also provides technical support to the operations department and other City departments as required and is responsible for the management of engineering records.
Engineering staff are committed to delivering services to residents in the most cost effective and efficient manner possible. Engineering also ensures all municipal infrastructure meets the needs and standards of the community.
Afterhours 250 248-6144
For emergencies occurring between 4 pm and 8 am (weekdays); weekends; and statutory holidays
|Director of Engineering and Technology Services
|Manager of Infrastructure
|Manager of Information Systems
|Emergency Program Coordinator