Open Fire Ban in Effect
Effective at noon on July 6, 2017, all open fires, including those for cooking, warmth, are prohibited. The escalating hot and dry conditions have raised the fire hazard prompting the open fire ban to reduce the risk of human-caused wildfires. Fireworks are also prohibited during this ban.
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Speeding on reserves
We would like to remind members to watch their vehicle speed while on reserve. With the warmer weather and the daylight lasting longer, children are out playing. School will be out at the end of the month and there will be more children out playing.
PLEASE slow down! and Be Careful!
Please remind your family and friends to watch their speed. If it is a vehicle you do not recognize please take their plate number down and report it to the police, 604-892-6100.
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Squamish Valley Operations consists of seven programs that provide services to Membership, support internal programs and work with outside agencies. These programs are: Education, Recreation, Elders, Community Operations, Finance, Administration and Membership. Transitioning this year to Squamish Valley Operations are Child, Family, and Health services in the Squamish Valley. These new services follow the policies and guidelines set forth by Ayas Men Men Child and Family Services and Yuustway Health Services.
Squamish Valley Operations is responsible for the day to day needs and services of the Squamish Valley members, programs and facilities.
Squamish Valley Operations has an overall mandate to create a vision of exemplary programs and services for Squamish Valley Members and ensure that this vision is implemented. The Squamish Valley Operations teams works cooperatively, internally with the head office, and externally with outside agencies to ensure that strategies and policies associated with each division are implemented at the local level. Each program also has its own individual mission statement.
To help Squamish Valley youth members (ages three months to grade 12) to realize their full academic potential. The program also encourages pride in the Squamish Nation heritage by offering students language and cultural teachings.
To develop and implement a full range of recreation programs and services to Squamish Valley members. This also includes community events that celebrate holidays.
The Elder’s program is to provide activities and outings for the Elders of the Squamish Valley
The building service, animal control, and field repair programs are coordinated in the Squamish Valley. This also includes working with the Community Operations Department and The Operations Team. This team consists of senior management and other staff and is responsible for oversight for community infrastructure projects in the Squamish Valley.
Finance, Membership and Administration
Finance and administration provide financial, clerical and communication support to Councilors and senior managers in the Squamish Valley. Membership provides a first point of contact for members with respect to personal crises, community and family emergencies. It also assists in coordinating special community functions such as funerals and membership meetings.
Ayas Men Men Child and Family Services
To protect and strengthen the family and provide peace to the children of the Squamish Nation
Yuustway Health Services
To improve the health and wellness of the Squamish Nation membership through the provision of community health services and the promotion and support for access to all health services.