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Council Adopts 2015 Water Meter Rates Bylaw
At the November 17, 2014 Council meeting, Council adopted the Fees and Charges Bylaw for the metered water rates that will be applicable beginning in 2015. The new rates are comprised of a flat rate fee plus a consumption rate of $1.30 / m³ for consumption above a certain amount.   Flat Rate / Period […]
2013 Annual Report
The City of Enderby releases an annual report every year. The annual report includes the following: audited annual financial statements for the previous year; tax exemptions and the amount of property taxes that would have been imposed on the property in the previous year if it were not exempt for that year; a report respecting municipal […]
Pre-Authorization Payment Plan Form
Download your Pre-Authorized Payment Plan form for your property taxes.
City of Enderby Prepares 2014 Budget for Adoption
After completing its public consultation on April 7, the City of Enderby is preparing its 2014 budget bylaws for three readings and then adoption. The combined increase to taxation and user fees is currently 3.85%, which is the equivalent of a $68.44 increase for the average residential property.  Staff anticipate a reduction to the tax […]
Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up September 13, 2014
Do you have old fuel, poison, corrosives, used oil, or oil filters requiring disposal?  Don’t dump it! Do it safe and do it right at the annual Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up in Enderby. Bring your household hazardous waste to the Enderby Fire Hall between 8am and 1pm on Saturday, September 13, 2014. Summary of accepted […]
How Does Enderby Drinking Water Measure Up to Provincial Objectives?
In 2012, the BC Ministry of Health established drinking water criteria for surface water sources. The criteria were established under the Drinking Water Protection Act. In 2014, Interior Health assessed the 84 large surface water treatment plants in its region. Of the 84 assessed, only 24 plants met or exceeded Provincial criteria. Interior Health noted […]
Recycling Initiative Creates Sustainability for Environment and Resource Centre
The City of Enderby has recently installed two bottle/can recycling receptacles in town, one along the Breezeway on Cliff Avenue and the one in the parking lot behind the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce. Today, Councillors Tundra Baird and Raquel Knust presented Sue Rossi and Mike Parsons of the Enderby & District Resource Centre […]
Enderby Releases Climate Action Report for 2013
The City of Enderby is a signatory to the Climate Action Charter.  As part of its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint, the City releases a public report describing corporate and community-wide initiatives. Climate Action Report 2013
Enderby Businesses Save Money Under New Official Community Plan
It did not take local business long to start saving time and money as a result of Enderby’s new Official Community Plan, which was adopted by Enderby City Council on September 2, 2014. By finding ways to reduce red tape, the new Official Community Plan streamlines regulations and makes it easier to do business in […]
Enderby Offers Lowest Light Industry Tax Multiple in North Okanagan and Columbia-Shuswap
Light industry typically pays more property taxes per $1000 of assessed land value than residential or business class property. This difference describes the proportional share of the tax burden borne by light industry. A lower light industry class tax multiple is one of several factors that shows how “industry-friendly” a community is. In comparing 2013 […]
Enderby Has Second-Lowest Business Tax Multiple in North Okanagan and Columbia-Shuswap
Businesses typically pay more property taxes per $1000 of assessed land value than residential property. This difference describes the proportional share of the tax burden borne by business. A lower business class tax multiple is one of several factors that shows how “business-friendly” a community is. In comparing 2013 taxes for municipalities across the North […]
Enderby Debuts New Banners
New banners have been installed along Highway 97A through Enderby as part of the City’s ongoing beautification and revitalization initiative.  The banners add colour to the highway corridor and signals traffic that Enderby is a place where people can stay, shop, dine, and play!

Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan