The Resort Municipality of Whistler is currently studying a potential new well supply source located along the Valley Trail (between Rainbow Park and Lorimer Road). Read more.
Resources and information related to Whistler Residents.
Learn more about Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), the Community Charter and Local Government, the Official Community Plan (OCP) and Whistler 2020, the community’s plan for continued success to the year 2060 – and an ambitious step on a longer journey towards the community’s shared vision: To be the premier mountain resort community as we move toward sustainability.
Get more information on bylaws cover zoning and land use, signs, noise, vehicle parking and idling, licensing, user fees, and property taxation.
Focusing on community priorities, the RMOW provides quality municipal services, through open and innovative leadership. Get details on Permits, Board of Variance Applications, Liquor Licenses, the District Energy System, Drinking Water, Online Services, Municipal Park and Facility Rentals, Garbage, Composting and Recycling, Getting Married, GIS Mapping, Roads, Waste Water Treatment and Property Taxes.
The RMOW and residents of Whistler are passionate about their community. The beautiful natural environment is what drew most of us here and keeps visitors coming back for more. Learn more about the RMOW’s path to sustainability and environmental stewardship.
Located in Whistler, British Columbia in the coastal mountains of western Canada, Whistler Public Library is one of the busiest libraries in the province.
Whistler offers accessible routes and easy access, making it an accessible and inclusive resort community for all residents and visitors.
Whistler residents are passionate about volunteering. Learn more about volunteer opportunities in Whistler and the Village Host Program.
The RMOW is committed to providing a variety of comfortable, non-market housing options for local employee residents. Thanks to the community's ongoing commitment to resident housing, 75 per cent of the local workforce continues to live within municipal boundaries.