Street Food Vendor Applications Welcome

The City of Duncan is looking for dynamic, professional businesses and organizations with unique food products to provide quality services in Charles Hoey Park during the 39 Days of July festival from June 30, 2017 – August 7, 2017.. Interested vendors must submit an application along with all supporting evaluation information required under the “Street

May 15 – June 9 -Second Street Traffic Disruption – Paving

Duncan Paving Company will be conducting Asphalt Grinding, Grade Prep, Paving and other related work at the above noted location, weather permitting: Date: Commencing May 15, 2017 for paving preparation; Asphalt placement will commence May 24th and 25th 2017. Time: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm APPROX Location: 2nd  Street, from Canada Ave to Jubilee St, the

May 10th – June 20th – Traffic Disruption on Canada Ave and Government St

Beginning Wednesday May 10th, Ralmax Contracting will be installing BC Hydro, Telus, and Shaw works on Station Street, Canada Avenue, and Government Street.  The work will start at Canada Avenue and Station Street then proceed down the west side of Canada Avenue, cross Government Street to the south side of Government Street, proceed west for

City Unsuccessful in Resolving a Disband of Park Encampment Outside of the Court Process

Duncan, BC – Efforts to negotiate a disbandment of the Charles Hoey Park Encampment, outside of the court process, have been unsuccessful. On Thursday April 13th, from 11:30am to 2:00pm, Duncan Mayor Phil Kent, City CAO Peter de Verteuil, and Bylaw Officer Garry Kerr, met with Chrissy Brett and 3 other individuals to attempt to

Duncan Celebrates Canada’s 150th – Duncan célèbre le 150e du Canada

Duncan, BC – Starting in May, Cowichan residents will have the opportunity to participate in carving a 20-foot totem pole under the guidance of renowned master carver Thomas Hunt Jr., who is a member of the Kwakiutl nation and brings over 40 years of carving experience to the project. Carving will take place in downtown

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