The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has taken a leadership role in the community’s move toward being more inclusive and accessible. Whistler has signed on to Measuring Up, a program designed to assist municipalities and communities in British Columbia assess the degree to which their citizens with disabilities are active participants in community life. Measuring Up is about creating an accessibility strategy that encompasses much more than a focus on just physical change to the environment.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is committed to working inclusively and collaboratively with resort partners to provide equal treatment to people with disabilities with respect to the use and benefit of municipal services, programs, goods and facilities in a manner that respects their dignity and that is equitable in relation to the broader public. This commitment extends to residents and visitors with visible or non-visible disabilities.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler is currently studying a potential new well supply source located along the Valley Trail (between Rainbow Park and Lorimer Road). Read more.
Click here for a seasonal reminder regarding the District Energy System.
Minor periodic closures of public service areas may be required to complete the required work; however, the RMOW is expecting minimal disruptions to service over the next few months. The RMOW recommends that members of the public contact reception at 604-932-5535 to confirm if there are any disruptions to service before visiting. Read more.
NO fires allowed, unless you have obtained a 2013 Residential Campfire Permit, please click here for details.