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.
About the RMOW & Whistler
The Resort Municipality of Whistler's mission is to be a leader and a partner in the resort community, representing a caring, accountable, open, professional, municipal government, committed to continuous improvement and to balancing fiscal capabilities with the delivery of exceptional service – Whistler 2002
The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is Whistler’s municipal government led by an elected council and administered by an executive team and staff on behalf of 9,824 permanent residents (2011 Canada Census data) and two million annual visitors. The municipality has aligned its corporate structure to reflect the priorities set out in Whistler2020 to allow it to track progress toward the goal of becoming the premier mountain resort community as we move toward sustainability.
Whistler Village Map
Click here for a map of Whistler Village.
The RMOW manages:
- Municipal planning and development
- Park and village operations
- Sports facilities and recreation programs
- Public utilities and environmental services
- Bylaws and enforcement
- Fire rescue
- Fiscal planning and financial services
- Legislative services
- Human resources
- Administration of the Whistler2020 Comprehensive Sustainability Plan and Whistler’s Official Community Plan.
Resort Municipality of Whistler Corporate Structure
Governed by Mayor and Council, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is made up of several departments.
Municipal council represents the citizens of Whistler, providing community leadership by serving as the legislative and policy making body of the municipality. Mayor and council set policy, budgets and direction to the chief administrative officer (CAO).
Click here for a complete list of departments.