Community associations are organizations run by people just like you—neighbours who love their neighbourhoods and want to make them all they can be.
The City is excited to support the creation, development, and continuation of strong neighbourhood associations. Currently, there are 16 community associations in Kamloops.
Meet Your Neighbours - Spring 2018!
The City of Kamloops is working with local Neighbourhood Associations to host gatherings in their neighbourhoods. Residents are invited to come out to meet your neighbours, learn about your neighbourhood association, and chat with City staff about topics important to your community. Children and youth are welcome to attend.
Like your Neighbourhood Association on Facebook to stay up to date (see below)!
Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at 6:30 pm
Hosted by the Heffley Creek Recreation Association
Heffley Creek Hall, 6995 Old Highway 5
Hosted by the Dallas Community Association
Dallas Elementary (Library), 296 Harper Road
If you live in any other area of North Kamloops, or in Dufferin, Knutsford, Rayleigh, or Upper Sahali, your neighborhood does not currently have a Neighbourhood Association. Want to start one? Attend one of these evening sessions to learn more!
- Aberdeen Neighbourhood Association
- Barnhartvale Community Association
- Batchelor Heights Community Association
- Brocklehurst Community Association
- Dallas Community Association
- Downtown Neighbourhood Association
- Friends of McDonald Park
- Heffley Creek Community Recreation Association
- Juniper Ridge Community Association
- Lower Sahali Community Association
- North Shore Central Community Association
- Pineview Valley Community Association
- Sagebrush Community Association
- Sahali Community Association
- Valleyview Community Association
- Westsyde Community Development Society