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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Information NoticesFor all BC road closure information please refer to Drive BC.
All open fires to be allowed in the Cariboo Fire Center; prior to conducting any burning, please get your burn permit from the Village.
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2020-2024 Financial Plan Report Package. If you have any questions regarding this report, please email us at email@example.com
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Please take a moment to fill out the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD) Housing Needs Survey using the link below.
Office HoursMonday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Closed for lunch 12;30 pm-1:30 pm Closed all Statutory Holidays Tel: 250-459-2261 1423 Cariboo Hwy. Clinton BC
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COTY Clinton, along with the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD), has teamed up to provide an Invasive Plant Expert to help control the noxious weeds in the community. If you would like to have any invasive plants removed from your property, free of charge, please call the Village office at 250-459-2261 to have your name added to the list. For a list of some Regional invasive plants to look out for, click on the link below Invasive Plants