This page was restarted on December 17, 2017. For earlier notices, messages and events please scroll down the page.
You are Cordially Invited to Meet Your Neighbours for Enlightened Moments (01-03-18) Click Here
100 year-old Ma Murray Homestead which served as the Anmore Village Hall from incorporation in 1987 until November 2012.
After initially offering the building, location, and artifacts for the Anmore Welcome Centre and Ma Murray Museum, Council revised the scope to a replica or pass through to a new Village Hall. (30-01-18)
Press Release from the Village of Anmore About the Destruction of the Old Village Hall (31-01-18) Click Here.The funders 'loved the proposal' to create the 'Anmore Welcome Centre and 'Newspapering' Murray Museum' in the restored homestead. The Anmore Heritage Society (AHS) was too new, Heritage BC was provincially chartered, Canadian Heritage suggested that the Village become the applicant for the $500,000 Legacy grant to restore the homestead. It meant replacing the first two pages (applicant) of the 250 page plus application prepared by the AHS, in collaboration with Heritage BC, and slightly modifying the budget. The Village Council agreed to do this, but later Council decided instead to build a replica or an entrance to the new village hall they want to build on the site. The Legacy grant was only available for the 100th anniversary of the homestead and was lost. For audio file of funding probability from the Legacy Fund for restoration of the homestead (starts at :40) Click Here Anmore Municipal Council has scheduled a Public Hearing, to be held in Council Chambers at village hall, 2697 Sunnyside Road, Anmore, on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to deal with modifications to the Zoning By-law. Please click HERE to view the public notice.
Village Centre Site Development Plan Open House
23 January 2018, 18:00 - 23 January 2018, 19:00
Council Chambers, 2697 Sunnyside Road
Anmore, BC V3H5G9
Community Amenity Contributions for Infill Development – Public Information Meeting
Village of Anmore invites members of the public to attend a public information meeting regarding Community Amenity Contributions for Infill Development. Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Council Chambers at village hall 2697 Sunnyside Road, Anmore BC.
Baha'is of Anmore cordially invite you to share 'Enlightened Moments'! Click Here Dear residents of Anmore (also Belcarra, Port Moody, Coquitlam),
Our petition letter is now placed online and ready for you to sign:
"Anmore demands that BC Hydro's new and old high-powered transmission lines go underground".
We are using a safe platform used by more than 100 million people in 196 countries. Please go to the following website, just fill in your name, address and email and then click "sign" (your name will be invisible). If you like you can also add a small comment (optional, and will be visible). In case you have used that platform before for other petitions, they may send you an email for confirmation and you can then Click Here and sign:
The Goal is to get 1,000 signatures (but hopefully much more)! This is a challenge and you all have to work very hard! Please do sign individually and not as a family. Please distribute this message widely to all people you know in Anmore, Belcarra, Heritage Mountain who live here or have children in Anmore schools and further to concerned people in Port Moody and Coquitlam because this will affect us all (traffic, constructions, large trucks, helicopters etc.) Please spread the word using texting, emails and social media!
If we get enough signatures we can stop BC Hydro and have a safe solution to avoid health risks and large financial property losses affecting us all!
Thanks and best regards
Urs, Marcus and Evelyne.