News from Kamloops

September 25, 2013

Citizens Assist City to Maintain Assets

Kamloops, B.C. - Kamloops has $1.9 billion worth of public infrastructure to manage ranging from buildings to zambonis. We maintain 670 kms of roadway, 2,100 kms of underground pipes, 85 buildings, 90 parks, 15,000 trees and a whole lot more.

Maintaining this many assets is no small task, however, we manage this with the help of Kamloops residents who report issues that need attention - broken park benches and playground equipment, stop signs overgrown with vegetation, unsightly gra˜ti, litter pickup, potholes, trail erosion, sidewalk trip hazards, and blocked catch basins, to name a few.

For helping us to provide you with the best municipal services possible we want to say Thank You!

To continue to assist us by reporting issues, the following options are available to you:

Reporting Issues
Phone: 250-828-3461
App: myKamloops (

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Media Contact:
Adam Chadwick, GIS Manager
City of Kamloops