Regional District Services
The Village of Ashcroft is a member of the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD). The TNRD provides a number of services to the entire region from their offices located in downtown Kamloops. In addition to building inspection, library, planning and recycling functions the TNRD has a very active film commission who have successfully had a number of productions filmed in Ashcroft and the immediate area. To access the TNRD website click here
and to access the film commission website click here.Ashcroft Library
The Ashcroft Library is operated by the TNRD. There are different programs available for residents of Ashcroft. Click here to view the Calendar of Events.
The Summer Read Club returns for 2017, the theme for this year is "Walk on the Wild Side". Children can pick up their sign up packages at the Ashcroft Library beginning June 13th and can start their reading record on July 4th. For more information, visit their website located at: www.bcsrc.ca. Three events take place at the Library over the summer on July 5, July 26 and August 16 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm. Follow this link to view the poster.
Cache Creek Landfill
The TNRD has assumed the operation of the transfer station located at the Cahce Creek Landfill. Residents are still able to access the facility for recycling and disposal of refuse. For a complete list of what is accepted at the tansfer station, follow the link below. The transfer station is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday 11 am - 6 pm every week (excluding holidays).
For certain items there is now a fee for disposal. All fees must be paid using a pre-purchased ECO Card; payments using cash, credit or debit are not accepted at the transfer station
. Residents may purchase the ECO Card at the Village Office or from participating local retailers in Ashcroft.
To view information about the Cache Creek Transfer Station, including: location, fees, and items accepted, please follow this link
The TNRD and the Village of Ashcroft encourage residents to compost organic waste rather than send it off to the landfill in your household garbage. 30% of houshold waste is organic matter that can be composted. Compost is a valueable resource used to enrich the soil and can be created in your own backyard! Save money by creating your own compost rather than buying composted manure - by doing so you are also saving the planet. Check out this link
for more details to get you started.