Public Works

Important Contacts

Director of Public Works & Utilities
Phone: 250-256-4289
Email: info@lillooet.ca

For urgent Public Works inquiries after hours, weekends, and holidays:
Phone: 250-256-1703

Snow and Ice Control Links

Snow and Ice Removal Bylaw Info & FAQ

Drive BC

Shift Into Winter

General Information

Water Quality Information

Backflow Questions & Answers

Lillooet-Pavement-Management-Program-2016.pdf

District of Lillooet Water Usage - June & July 2021

Brownfield Project Information


Brownfield DevDesign Proposal-2014 09 25

Brownfield Design-2014 10 23

Brownfield Full Report

 

 

The Public Works Department has a wide range of responsibilities, including:

  • Airport
  • Boulevard tree pruning, tree removal
  • Catch Basins, Manhole Repairs
  • Cemetery Maintenance
  • Hydrant and valve maintenance
  • Irrigation systems
  • Municipal Buildings
  • Municipal water systems
  • Central Lillooet
  • North Lillooet
  • Industrial Park
  • Parks Maintenance (Including Campground)
  • Maintenance and improvements of roads, streets, sidewalks and pathways
  • Snow and ice control on public streets, sidewalks adjacent to civic buildings, and selected parks and pedestrian accesses
  • Solid Waste Collection
  • Street sweeping, street lighting, paving and patching
  • Traffic signs, line painting
  • Weed Control
  • Sanitary Sewer system & Sewer Treatment Plant
  • Storm Sewers
  • Project Management
  • Engineering

Whether it is snow, ice or rubbish, the District appreciates property owners that honour their obligation to keep the sidewalk adjacent to their property clear and safe for pedestrians.

The District of Lillooet's Nuisance Bylaw requires that all residents and businesses are responsible for removing snow and ice from sidewalks that border ttheir property within 10 hours of snowfall (this is 10 hours from the time it begins to accumulate). Shoveled snow and ice must be placed within the confines of your property, not on the street.

This is important to ensure pedestrians can safely get to their destination – in particular, people with limited mobility such as the elderly and disabled, those who use motorized scooters, or parents with strollers. A fine of $100 may be issued to those who don’t comply with the bylaw.

This is a continuing obligation. Snow and ice must be re-cleared as it re-accumulates.

The Department of Public Works for the District of Lillooet welcomes your request for information, service, feedback, or comments in-person, by phone, email, or via the Complaint Registration Form. 

 

 

View a tour of the Lillooet Water Treatment Plant with former Chief Water Operator, Shane Phillips.