Where History Meets Adventure

Services

 

Clinton was incorporated on July 16, 1963, and lies within Electoral Area "E" of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD). The mayor, who also sits on the TNRD Board of Directors, and four councillors, each serving concurrent terms, govern the Village of Clinton. Clinton is staffed by:  

 

  • Chief Administrative Officer 
  • Chief Finance Officer
  • Finance Clerk
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Community Development Coordinator
  • Public Works Foreman
  • Labourer/Operator
  • Arena Parks Operator

The Village of Clinton provides the following services:

  • Animal Control
  • Recreation Facilities and Community Hall
  • Municipal Administration
  • Business Licensing
  • Road Maintenance
  • Cemeteries
  • Sanitary and Storm Sewers
  • Fire Protection (5-mile fire protection area)
  • Street Lighting
  • Subdivision Approval
  • Land Use Planning
  • Tourist Information
  • Community Parks
  • Water System
  • Economic Development

For more information contact the Village of Clinton at (250) 459-2261.

The TNRD, covering an area of 45,279 square kilometres was incorporated in 1967. It is managed by a Regional Board of Directors, consisting of ten elected rural and twelve appointed municipal council members.

As a Regional Government, the TNRD provides the following functions and services:     

 • Building Inspection     
 • Emergency Preparedness    
 • Film Commission      
 • Mosquito Control     
 • Noxious Weed Control     
 • Public Library     
 • Solid Waste Management/Refuse 

For more information contact the TNRD at (250) 377-8673 or toll free: 1-877-377-8673.

The Provincial Government maintains a number of offices in Clinton: 
 • Government Agents Office - Phone: (250) 459-2268      
 • Provincial Ambulance Service - Phone: (250) 459-7744 or Emergency 911    
 • Liquor Distribution Branch - Phone: (250) 459-2444     
 • Motor Vehicle Branch - Phone: (250) 459-2301 
 
The Federal Government operates:                                                                                                                          
  • RCMP - Phone: (250) 459-2221 or Emergency 911
  • Canada Post Office - Phone: (250) 459-2545   
 
First Nations also have a presence in the community. 
For more information contact:      
                                                                                                                                 
 • High Bar First Nations - Phone: (250) 459-2117, Fax: (250) 459-2119      
 • Whispering Pines First Nations - Phone: (250) 579-5772,  Fax: (250) 579-8367