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  1. COVID-19 update from the City of White Rock

    Double Vaccination Requirements for Recreation Programs starting October 24

    The City of White Rock, following Provincial Health Officer (PHO) orders, will require patrons 12 years and older to be fully vaccinated with two doses for access to certain activities and events starting October 24, 2021. Read on...
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    Stay Safe this Halloween from the City of White Rock

    Stay safe this Halloween by following the City of White Rock’s rules for fireworks, and practice the suggested COVID-19 safety tips for trick-or-treaters of all ages. Read on...
  3. Crossing guard holding stop sign, parent walking across street with child

    Last Week to Provide Feedback on White Rock’s Draft Transportation Plan

    This is the last week to provide your feedback on White Rock’s draft Integrated Transportation and Infrastructure Master Plan (ITIMP). Read on...
  4. Zoning Bylaw Review

    City Seeking Input on Zoning Bylaw Review and Update

    The City of White Rock is currently reviewing its Zoning Bylaw and is seeking public input. The existing Zoning Bylaw, No. 2000, was last adopted in 2013. Read on...
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    Mayoral addresses take place Nov. 16 in White Rock

    White Rock Mayor Darryl Walker, on behalf of City Council, will deliver the 2021 State of the City Address at a business brunch hosted by the South Surrey and White Rock Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 16. Read on...
  6. red and yellow leaves on trees, Fall season

    Help Clear Leaves and Catch Basins this Fall

    The Fall season is underway, which means additional rain and fallen leaves. Read on...
  7. water main flushing in White Rock

    Water Main Flushing Program

    The City of White Rock’s annual Water Main Flushing Program takes place from Wednesday, Oct. 20 through to Tuesday, Nov. 30. Read on...
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    Request for Service

    If you notice problems like street flooding, fallen trees, or burnt streetlights, notify the City with Request for Service, our online platform for reporting non-emergency issues. Read on...