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Mo Choudhary Chief Financial Officer The City of Armstrong Finance Department is responsible for maintaining the municipality’s overall finan­cial sustainability. The Department consists of a Chief Financial Officer and a Financial Clerk with assistance from support staff. This department maintains and coordinates each…

Working Together

The City of Armstrong – the “Heart of Country” – prides itself on welcoming entrepreneurs to a place where families and businesses can grow and thrive.

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities: Corporate Services Clerk The City of Armstrong is seeking a dedicated professional to join our amazing team as the Corporate Services Clerk. This full time CUPE local 2709 union position typically works Monday to Friday from 8:30 am…

Business Resources

Incorporated in 1913, Armstrong is located in the North Okanagan in the heart of the Spallumcheen Valley – The “Heart of Country”.

Our community prides itself on welcoming entrepreneurs to a place where families and businesses grow.

Public Works

City of Armstrong public operations services supports, operates and maintains infrastructure including city roadways, drainage, sewer and water treatment, as well as parks and open spaces to ensure successful municipal operations.

Planning & Development Information

Laurie Cordell Planning Department Manager The Planning & Development Services Department is responsible for Long Range and Current Planning, Building Inspection Services and Business Licensing. Long Range Planning typically involves policy development to guide future land-use within the City such…

Proposals & Tenders

Open Opportunities Invitation to Tender – MEIGHAN CREEK DIVERSION PROJECT 2023-001 The City of Armstrong invites tenders for Meighan Creek Diversion Project. A summary of specific work items includes the following (approx. quantities): Tenderers may attend an optional informational meeting…

City of Armstrong Resource Library

Welcome to the City of Armstrong’s online Resource Library. As part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring transparency and accountability with all residents, this resource is publicly available for all interested in learning more about our City, Bylaws, Projects, Programs, and Council Meetings. 

BizPaL Online Business Permits and Licenses

BizPaL is an innovative online service that provides entrepreneurs with simplified access to information about business permits, licenses and other requirements needed to start, operate and grow your business from the federal, provincial/territorial and participating municipal governments.

Climate Action

Climate challenges affects everyone, and the City of Armstrong is committed to taking action to address climate impacts and build resiliency.

Bylaw Enforcement

Bylaw Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Residents may contact the Bylaw Enforcement Department by calling City Hall.

Calls for services after bylaw office hours will be managed through the City’s answering service. If it is of an urgent nature, please contact the North Okanagan RCMP at 250-546-3028, or in case of an emergency, please call 911.

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City Encourages Preparedness Efforts During Spring Freshet

Should you need it, a free sand bagging station is currently set up at our Public Works Yard located at the corner of Patterson Ave and Becker Street.
For more information on flooding and the City’s Emergency management program please go to or call 250-546-3023.

Stay Aware & Plan Ahead: Sign up for Alertable Now

Communities across the North Okanagan Join Alertable North Okanagan communities have joined together through the use of the same emergencynotification system, Alertable, to share time-sensitive and emergency-related information. The City of Armstrong, District of Coldstream, City of Enderby, Village of…

Exciting News– our new City Hall, located at 3535 Bridge Street, is now open, Monday to Friday, 8:30 pm – 4:30 pm.