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  1. Brush Chipping

    No pre-booking is necessary and there will be no specific day or time for pickup. Place branches at the roadside adjacent to your property by the set-out deadline for your area. Additional Info...
  2. Maple Ridge Expertise Showcased at UBCM

    Maple Ridge Mayor Nicole Read and City staff are sharing their experiences and expertise in dealing with the province-wide issue of homelessness as part of the annual Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) Conference. Read on...
  3. Maple Ridge Soil Deposit Bylaw Review: Public Open House

    In July 2016, Maple Ridge Council endorsed a Bylaw review and public consultation process to review and amend the City’s Soil Deposit Bylaw (No. 5763-1999). Read on...
  4. Hammond Area Plan Receives First Reading

    On September 20, 2016 Council unanimously voted to give the Hammond Area Plan Bylaw No. 7279-2016 first reading and begin the formal process required to adopt the Area Plan and accompanying Development Permit guidelines. Read on...
  5. Hot Topics - Stay Informed and Stay Engaged in your City!

    There’s lots of work going on in our City on a huge number of important projects and issues. ‘Hot Topics’ is a way for you to connect with important information, public consultations and issues that are priorities on Council’s agenda. Additional Info...
  6. Council Endorses the Economic Development Committee’s Technology Task Force - Fibre Optic Strategy

    On Monday, September 12 Council received a presentation from the Economic Development Committee’s Technology Task Force about the importance of having a robust fibre optic backbone. Additional Info...
  7. #MRHeritage Inventory Project: Updating the Heritage Resources of Maple Ridge

    The City of Maple Ridge Community Heritage Commission (CHC) needs your input to help update the heritage sites listed on the Heritage Resources of Maple Ridge (aka Heritage Inventory). Read on...
  8. Backyard Burning Permits - available on October 1

    The City of Maple Ridge allows residents to purchase a burning permit if they reside in the "Open to Burning" area of Maple Ridge. Permits will be available to purchase on October 1, 2016. Read on...
  9. Economic Development Update!

    In this issue of Economic Development Update!, we focus our attention on the City's industrial areas, tourism and filming. Additional Info...
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