The hotel is located in the beautiful Spallumcheen Valley, the commune of Spallumcheen is a combination of agriculture, industry and housing. Please also note that to meet WorkSafe BC requirements, only 1 (one) person is allowed in our lobbying area. On the orders and instructions of the National Health Office, valid friday, November 20, 2020, the municipality of Spallumcheen requires that all persons entering the town hall or the public courtyard wear a non-medical mask to cover the mouth and nose. We also ask you to use the hand sanitizer provided at the entrance. It is important that we all take our share to flatten the curve. . The Municipality of Spallumcheen has worked with Asset Management BC to ensure that we comply with asset review and renewal protocols. This process helped the Council plan for the future. Watch a video on asset management and Mayor Christine Fraser in which she explains the participation and success of the municipality with the continuation of the municipality of Spallumcheen as a commune.
Backed by a living industrial park, you`ll discover the oldest and largest community in the southern interior of British Columbia and see why, in Spallumcheen, Farming Comes First. The spallumcheen Active Transportation Network Plan is underway and, after the first round of the community consultation, a report on “What we Heard” will be available soon. The second stakeholder meeting will take place in the near future. The Back Enderby Road construction project runs from July to October. The project consists of a complete reconstruction of the 1.4 km road and the replacement of Sneesby Creek Culvert.