Monday, March 11, 2024

City of Prince Rupert makes plans for Town Hall on infrastructure plans in April

Now that they have all of their financials in place for the massive infrastructure replacement plan ahead for Prince Rupert, City Council members will be hosting a Town Hall at the Lester Centre of the Arts next month.

The City's Communication office relayed the call for the community to learn more thorough the City of Prince Rupert Social media stream this afternoon. 

The City marking Thursday, April 4th for the Town Hall Meeting with the event to run from 7 - 9PM

The City notes that the session will also be recorded for those in the community that can't make it to the April 4th event.

An event page has been created for the Town Hall presentation, which you can review here.

The City of Prince Rupert has invited residents to the
Lester Centre on Thursday, April 4th for a town hall, with the 
theme of the gathering upcoming infrastructure work

The Town Hall follows in the footsteps of last Thursdays Federal funding announcement of 77.2 million dollars towards the infrastructure work on the city's waterlines.

As part of the City's Announcement last week, they released a video from Mayor Herb Pond which perhaps is a preview of the points to come for the April Presentation. 

More notes on the city's infrastructure challenges can be reviewed through our archive page.


  1. I can’t make the meeting. The plan should include quick action once an area is started with comprehensive planning on maintaining access for the residents. What the city has been doing is not acceptable. Look at 7th East. During construction even the mail service was cut.

  2. Time for a public victory lap.
    If City Hall can manage a project of replacing 26kms of pipe on time and on budget in three years from start to finish.
    This reader will plan the parade route.
    The era of asking for money is over, time for the heavy lifting to begin.

  3. Crestview. Coming on 2 years for less than 1km.