Richmond civic services closed BC Day long weekend
Richmond civic services will be closed on Monday, August 2 for BC Day. Services will resume on Tuesday, August 3 at 8:15am.
During the closure, many services remain accessible 24/7 through the City of Richmond’s website at www.richmond.ca. These online services include a variety of transactions, interactive tools and data searches. In addition, most information, forms, bulletins and flyers are also available on the website.
While civic services will resume on Tuesday, August 3, general access to City Hall (with the exception of the cashier area for tax and utility payments), the Works Yard and select other facilities remain closed to the public as part of the City's response to COVID-19.
For emergencies such as broken water mains, sewer problems, downed trees on roads, traffic lights out or other problems, call the City’s 24-hour Emergency Line at 604-270-8721. Residents can also fill out an online Customer Feedback Form to request a service or report a problem, which will be reviewed during regular business hours.
Stay updated by following the City on Twitter (@Richmond_BC), Facebook and Instagram (@CityofRichmondBC).
Hot weather safety
The City of Richmond encourages every to be safe in the heat and stay informed about heat-related health risks. During the forecasted heat wave and in times of increased wildfire smoke, the City offers several options in place for people to seek relief. Resources on heat safety, as well as a list of places to keep cool and access cleaner air, is available at: http://richmond.ca/heat.
Arts, Culture and Recreation
To browse available recreation programs or sessions and to register, go to www.richmond.ca/register. The Registration Call Centre will reopen on Tuesday, August 2, 8:30am to 5 p.m.