The Smallest Incorporated City In Canada
Step back in time and visit an era of early Canadian charm. A thriving mining town in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, it is still a thriving city today. Our history is what draws many people to our city, with more than 60 heritage buildings that paint the landscape, each has it’s own story to tell.
With abundant lakes, rivers and parks, Greenwood offers year round fun along with an interesting Japanese history that you will want to discover in our amazing Museum. Greenwood is your historic destination along the Crowsnest Highway 3, just north of the USA border.
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Greenwood BC, Electric Fast Charging Station – Accelerate Kootenays
An Electric Vehicle fast charging station is now available in Greenwood, BC, made possible by the “Accelerate Kootenays” project.
Three more stations located at (Creston, Salmo and Castlegar)
Email: Patricia Dehnel
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Memorial Bench Program
The Bench Donation Program is designed to increase public enjoyment and participation in the City’s parks (includes all parks and trails) and the downtown core.
Benches make great gifts to both your beneficiary and your favourite spot.
Your bench will be installed in a location of your choice in the areas which are designed for benches.
Contact City Hall for more information and application form.
Please Be BEAR AWARE
Please report crime to the RCMP
NOTICE TO ALL GREENWOOD RESIDENTS:
Please contact the RCMP to report all crime, vandalism, and suspicious activity. Reporting crime in a timely manner helps authorities to apprehend suspects, track and monitor crime trends, and allows the RCMP to best use their resources to protect your community.
Please don’t assume that someone else has already contacted the police. Multiple reports to the authorities are better than none at all. If you witness a crime or suspicious activity, please contact 911 immediately.
For non-emergency situations, please call 250-449-2244.
To submit an anonymous tip, please call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
For more information on when to contact the RCMP, and how to report a crime, visit: