Invested in Safety: A New Fire Hall for Bowen Island

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A referendum was held on August 19, 2017. We would like to thank the members of the community who came out and voted. Thank you, Bowen Island, for investing in safety with your vote.

Official results of the referendum

Bowen Island Municipality’s Deputy Chief Election Officer, Hope Dallas, has declared the results of the referendum, with 81% of ballot votes cast in favour of Bowen Island Municipal Council adopting Loan Authorization Bylaw No. 441, 2017.

Adoption of the bylaw - which is expected at the next regular Council meeting - will authorize Council to borrow up to 3 million dollars, repayable over a period of 30 years, for the development and construction of a new Fire Hall and Emergency Operations Centre on a portion of the Community Lands on Miller Road.

Statistics

  • A total of 965 ballots were cast. 81% voted “Yes” and 19% voted “No”.
  • 68 ballots were cast by mail.
  • 143 ballots were cast in the advanced poll.
  • 754 ballots were cast on general voting day.
  • The voter turnout was 32% of 3001 registered voters, which included resident and non-resident property electors.

Determination of Official Election Results

Declaration of Official Election Results

Read the Media Release

Open House display boards

Public Open Houses were held on March 25 and April 27, 2017 and June 10, 2017. 

Read the Open House display boards

Send us your questions

If you have questions about the project, please send us an e-mail: InvestedInSafety@bimbc.ca. You can also subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates by e-mail.

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