The Village of Clinton is located 39 km north of the Trans Canada Highway #1 and Cariboo Highway #97 junction at Cache Creek and sits at an elevation of 887 meters. This active community of 650 residents, with its colorful history of over 150 years and unique western atmosphere, was founded as a direct result of the "boom" of the Cariboo Gold Rush. Incorporated in 1963, Clinton boasts hosting one of British Columbia's oldest continuously running events; the Clinton Annual Ball, now held in May of each year. As a midway point between Vancouver and Prince George, Clinton serves as a centre providing amenities to both its residents and visitors.
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CONSTRUCTION OF BUMP OUTS
AT HIGHWAY 97 AND MCDONALD AVE.
September 4th construction of the pedestrian crosswalk bump outs begins and should complete by the end of September.
The Village apologizes for the inconvenience to residents. This is the last set of bumpouts to be constructed in the Village by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. Safety is always paramount, these bumpouts will increase pedestrian visibility and should slow traffic, enabling safer pedestrian highway crossing.
Please be aware of work crews on the highway and comply with construction speed zones.