Snpink'tn News & Updates


Apr 24

2024 PIB Community Clean Up

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FROM April 22- May 31, 2024

Click here to fill out the form  “PIB COMMUNITY PICK UP FORM”

Regular Garbage and Recycling pick up days are still Tuesdays


Apr 24

PIB Housing request for snpinktn Housing Committee Members!

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The PIB Housing Department is seeking PIB members to be part of a new snpintktn Housing Advisory Committee (HAC). Please see the HAC Invitation Letter and Committee Terms of Reference (click on links). For any questions please call or email Housing Manager – Cheryl Kruger (250) 493-0048 ext: 216 or Deadline is May 3, 2024 – Please drop off your submissions at the Housing Department or by email to

HAC Invitation Letter

HAC Terms of Reference


Feb 24

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Workshop is about getting more out of every dollar courtesy of the Penticton Herald – Feb 9, 2024

Footprints Centre is inviting anyone operating on a tight budget to take steps towards better money management.

It’s free and there are several ways to connect.

Lessons about money — borrowing, budgeting and banking — that many people wish were taught in public schools.

To read the full article, please CLICK HERE


Jan 24

Okanagan Weather set to be Extremely Cold Front starting tonight Wednesday January 10, 2024

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In response to the extremely cold weather coming into the South Okanagan tonight, PIB has decided to open the PIB Community Hall for our most vulnerable members, starting tonight Wednesday January 10, 2024 from 5:00pm – 9:00pm

There will be toques, gloves, socks available for those that need it, while the supplies last. We will also be accepting donations of new warm clothing

There will be beverages and snacks available.

If you have any questions or would like to donate then please call (250) 462-2514


Dec 23

PIB Education Centre holds Christmas Bizarre @ PIB Community Hall

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December 8, 2023 – Come to the PIB Community Hall 10:00am – 2:00pm

There will be Hand Crafted Arts & Crafts, Baked Goods, Beverages and Frybread!

There will also be 50/50 Tickets sold


Oct 23

Fortis MBA -Vote Information Session Meetings

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For more information – please come and attend and receive information regarding the Fortis MBA. The vote will be held Nov. 10, 2023. Electronic Voting opens October 26, 2023 12:00am. If you need more information regarding the vote please contact Deputy Ratification Officer – Cheryl Kruger – or call 250-493-0048


Aug 23

PIB EOC Assistance Notice to all Wildfire Evacuees and PIB Host Forms

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if you are on evacuation order or alert from any neighbouring communities and need space the PIB Ball Field is available **You must park outside the ball park. There is no water or power hookups available**

HIGH ROCK RV Park(5 sites – first come first serve), 3675 AIRPORT ROAD – CALL TAMMY KRUGER (250) 462-5619

We want to remind you to make sure that you have PROPERLY registered with your HOME COMMUNITY Evacuation centre before or let other family members know to ensure they know where you are. Click Here to view the Notice

PIB WILL BE CREATING A LIST OF ALL EVACUEES we receive, so we can ensure people/ families are accounted for. So Please Call or Text Lesley Gabriel at (250) 809-1895 to add your name to the list or fill out the below form:

If any PIB Member(s) are  hosting any Wildfire Evacuee(s) from any of the affected communities, Please Fill out the PIB Host Evacuation Form (Click Here) or Fill out the Online Form Here. Thank you!


Aug 23

Extreme Heat Warning Forecast this week Aug 14-17, 2023

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Please be advised that extreme heat is forecast for Penticton and surrounding areas. Daytime temperatures are expected to climb within the range of 35 to 39 degrees Celsius, accompanied by overnight lows approximately near 18 degrees Celsius. Extreme heat affects everyone.

The risks are greater for young children, pregnant women, older adults, people with chronic illnesses and people working or exercising outdoors.

Watch for the effects of heat illness: swelling, rash, cramps, fainting, heat exhaustion, heat stroke and the worsening of some health conditions. Heat warnings are issued when very high temperature or humidity conditions are expected to pose an elevated risk of heat illnesses, such as heat stroke or heat exhaustion.

– Avoid unnecessary travel or exposure outdoors.

– Watch for signs of heatstroke.

– Stay hydrated.

– PIB will distribute notices on Social Media, PIB Website and the PIB App on how to keep yourself safe during the extreme heat forecast.


Aug 23

PIB Water Water Restrictions Are Still in Effect

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PIB Community, we are experiencing a very hot and dry summer this year. So, please follow the water restrictions guidelines below and try to conserve water as much as we can to keep the water reservoir at optimal levels. This is needed for consumption and in the event we experience events that require water to reduce potential. dangers. Click here to view the Full Notice


Aug 23


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PIB Chief and Council want to remind community that the FIRE BAN and ATV/OFF Road Utility Vehicle Bans are still in effect. We must do all that we can to protect and take care of our community. Please be safe and consider and follow the BANS accordingly. Together we can protect our lands. Please read the notices Below

Click here to View the Fire Ban Notice

Click here to View the ATV/OFF Road Vehicle Ban Notice

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