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Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 11:45am

TNRD's Regional Solid Waste Management Draft Plan Survey

As you may know, the survey for the Regional Solid Waste Management Draft Plan Survey (RSWMP) is now live and TNRD is looking to get as many responses as possible.


Click HERE to access the survey. 

Click HERE to check out Thompson Nicola Regional District's page 

Monday, November 27, 2017 - 10:45am

~UPDATE~Public Notice: Greyhound application to eliminate Lytton, BC route point


Click HERE to read the latest information on transportation routes for BC rural and remote communities. 


Greyhound Canada Transportation ULC  has applied to the BC Transportation Board under application #256-17 to reduce and/or eliminate routes and route points as stated in the below letter.

The Village of Lytton, BC is listed as an Eliminated Route Point starting early 2018.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - 10:00pm

~ Letter to School District No. 74 ~

Click HERE to view a letter written by a valued long time resident and former Lytton Mayor Joe Chute to School District No. 74 in regards to Lytton Schools.  

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 12:45pm

Transfer Station Update from TNRD

Effective as of September 5th, 2017 Thompson-Nicola Regional District can no longer accept plastic bags in its mixed recycling program.

Click HERE to view the information poster. 

Click HERE to view the information pamphlet. 

For more information about the TNRD's mixed recycling program, please visit

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 1:30pm

Canadian Red Cross Support to Small Businesses, Not-for-Profit Organizations and First Nations Cultural Livelihoods

The Canadian Red Cross will be providing emergency assistance of $1,500 to each eligible small business, not-for-profit organization or cultural livelihood directly impacted by the British Columbia Fires through an application and validation process. This funding is made possible through a contribution from the government of British Columbia.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 9:00am

Please report any sightings of Knotweed plants in Lytton

Knotweeds are an invasive plant species that are easy to spread and hard to kill, causing extensive damage to homes and property.

They thrive in roadside ditches, low-lying areas and other water drainage systems. 

Additional plants may exist in many gardens in communities across BC.

If you spot Knotweed in Lytton report it to the village office OR call/email TNRD at 1-800-377-8673 /



Wednesday, August 2, 2017 - 10:15am
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