City of Richmond civic services will be closed Monday, August 1 for the BC Day long weekend
Civic services will resume at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, August 2, including public access to City Hall. During this time, the Works Yard administration buildings and select other facilities will remain closed as part of the City's response to COVID-19. Visit Changes to City Services and Facilities for a list of current affected City amenities and facilities during COVID-19.
While civic services are closed, many services are always accessible 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.
You can also stay updated by following the City on social media: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
For emergencies such as broken water mains, sewer problems, downed trees on roads, traffic lights out or other problems of this nature, call the City’s 24-hour Emergency Line at 604-270-8721.
The City of Richmond will continue to provide services to the community in response to the current Heat Warning issued by Environment Canada. For information, updates and resources related to hot and smoky weather, visit www.richmond.ca/heat.
Arts, Culture and Recreation
This long weekend is an ideal time to visit arts, cultural and heritage venues or spend time outside at one of Richmond’s many parks. Contact each facility directly for hours of operation.
To browse available City programs and to register, visit www.richmond.ca/register. The Registration Call Centre will reopen on Tuesday, May 24 with hours from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
Work out this long weekend: BC DAY 2022 FITNESS HOURS