Find out more about the services offered by the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
Pay parking tickets, renew licenses, claim your home owner grant, apply for permits and more.
Climate action and energy
Whistler has a vision for a resilient, lower carbon community. Find out how we can all work together to shift how we get around, transform our buildings and make lower carbon lifestyle choices.
Construction Project Tracker
Stay up to date on municipal infrastructure improvements, including timelines and progress.
Learn about getting around Whistler, including transit, parking options and cycling.
Work with community stakeholders is underway to achieve appropriate and affordable housing for Whistler’s workforce.
Information about the RCMP (police), Whistler Fire Rescue, emergency planning and evacuation resources for the community.
Permits and licences
Access permits and licences issued by the RMOW, including sign permits, liquor licences, marriage licence, hydrant user permits, sprinkling permits and more.
Waste management and reduction
Information about composting, recycling and where to drop off garbage in Whistler.
Find out about accessibility policies and plans in Whistler, including accessible amenities and activites.
Water and wastewater
Learn about Whistler’s drinking water and wastewater treatment and conservation tips and sprinkling regulations.
Find out about Whistler’s environmental stewardship initiatives, as well as wildlife and the Cheakamus Community Forest.
Find PDF maps of Whistler and mapping information through Whistler’s geographic information system (GIS).
Find out what services are offered by the Whistler Public Library, a dynamic and welcoming space for everyone.
Cemetery and tributes
Information about burial and cremation lots at the Whistler Cemetery and the tribute plaque program.
District Energy System
The District Energy System extracts heat energy from treated wastewater at the Waste Water Treatment Plant to provide space and domestic hot water heating to the Cheakamus Crossing neighbourhood.
The Bylaw Services Department educates residents and visitors about Whistler bylaws with the goal of gaining voluntary compliance. Find bylaws, learn about common regulations and enforcement, and report a bylaw violation.