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What the cities tweeted June 1, 2020

Official Twitter account feeds for Delta, Surrey, White Rock, the Township of Langley, the City of Langley and Abbotsford on June 1, 2020

Attention transit riders! https://t.co/1rvvz1WAQy Quoted tweet from @BCTransit: ⌚ Rider reminder – today’s the day! Front door boarding and fare collection is now in effect across all BC Transit communities, except Squamish #keeprolling 🚌💙 https://t.co/Z7XvqaYQzS
Originally tweeted by: City of Abbotsford

Welcome to Abbotsford! https://t.co/o5r8DyP2kz Quoted tweet from @ChiefSerr: The @AbbyPoliceDept is excited to introduce Mr. Harpreet Jhinjar as our new Gang Prevention Coord. Harpreet brings 10 yrs of police experience from @edmontonpolice & a strong background in community engagement. Thanks to the Feds/Prov for funding this important position. https://t.co/sApgiDbRbF
Originally tweeted by: City of Abbotsford

City of Abbotsford retweeted:
Some students return to class today. Pls observe speeding limits in school zones. To report impaired, distracted or aggressive driving immediately call 9-1-1 (pull over if possible). To report unsafe driving after the fact, call the non-emerg line: bit.ly/3dC728k #911BC
Originally tweeted by: E-Comm 9-1-1

June 1 marks BC Seniors’ Week. Seniors’ Week celebrates seniors and provides an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the integral part seniors play in communities across BC. The City is pleased to share resources for seniors at whiterockcity.ca/seniors #WhtieRockBC #BCSeniors
Originally tweeted by: City of White Rock

Join Mayor Walker for a Facebook Live session tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. with highlights from tonight’s Council meeting and stay connected during COVID-19. To join, visit facebook.com/whiterockcity at 12:30 p.m. #WhiteRockBC #COVIDBC
Originally tweeted by: City of White Rock

City of Surrey retweeted:
BC Seniors’ Week begins today! Find great free online library programs all this week like the Living Well on Retirement Income webinars hosted by @CrdtCounselSoc. Register now at: ow.ly/FaWX50zRWoy #seniorsweek #surreybc
Originally tweeted by: Surrey Libraries

It’s National AccessAbility Week, and we’re proud to have created a community that is actively removing barriers for people with disabilities. Have you checked out our virtual tours yet? Enjoy Surrey sights and sounds from home, with closed captioning. ow.ly/INaw50zU3kg
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

Did you know that #DeltaBC has earned approx. 60,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas reduction credits through Burns Bog restoration works with Metro Vancouver? Programs like this help us bank carbon credits and maintain an annual carbon neutral status! Report: ow.ly/sqn650zSTFz
Originally tweeted by: City of Delta

Explore a 1920’s General Store with your guides Melissa and Midori, Docents at Langley Centennial Museum. See just how much a store like this could offer in the Fraser Valley 100 years ago as part of Learning Lesson #4 #MuseumMonday youtu.be/JDsKNIGoUZ0
Originally tweeted by: Township of Langley

Parking enforcement starts June 1 – Parking disputes must be submitting in writing, and dispute forms will be available at the north entrance of City Hall. Bylaw staff are available by phone at 604-514-2800, M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm, by email (info@langleycity.ca), or by appointment.
Originally tweeted by: Langley City

LangleyCity is pleased to announce that we will reopen the following amenities and facilities on June 1. Read the full release: langleycity.ca/news/langley-c…
Originally tweeted by: Langley City

City of White Rock retweeted:
June 1 marks the first day of BC’s voluntary return to school. Schools are a safe place to be, with extra precautions in place. To BC teachers and school staff: thank you for being there for our children – with kindness and with care. ♥️ #COVIDBC #bced
Originally tweeted by: BC Government News

Have you been missing reading a great book from your local library? FVRL’s express contactless service is now open. https://t.co/1ro6VhG6xv Quoted tweet from @ReadLearnPlay: 🛍️📚 Starting tomorrow at 10:00 am you can start picking up library holds using FVRL Express – Click, Pick, Go. fvrl.ca/fvrlexpress The new contactless service offers customers a physically distanced way to pick up library holds and return items at all 25 locations. https://t.co/xgAGIDDzzg
Originally tweeted by: Township of Langley

After years of planning, renovation and even relocation, Surrey’s Heritage Campus, at 17710 56A Avenue, is complete. Dating from 1872 to present, the campus is a centralized illustration of Surrey’s history. Take a look inside: ow.ly/Dfck50zSWRN
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

🚨 We appreciate the effort of all those that have recently visited City Hall to pay their property taxes. Please remember that City Hall remains CLOSED at this time. Available payment options, including how to pay online, can be found at delta.ca/propertytaxes. #DeltaBC
Originally tweeted by: City of Delta

City of White Rock retweeted:
City places staff in essential roles during COVID-19 pandemic @whiterockcity – minj.me/1t59 #BritishColumbia #Employee-Relations
Originally tweeted by: Municipal Info Net

City of White Rock retweeted:
Construction on the Peach Arch Hospital Emergency department expansion continues with crews practicing physical distancing to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. ow.ly/z5vN50zUCwz #HealthCare #Redevelopment
Originally tweeted by: Fraser Health

If you need to connect with us, we’ve got lots of online services + staff available to help you Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. 💻 Online services 📨 Email info@langleycity.ca ☎️ Call 604-514-2800 langleycity.ca #LangleyCity
Originally tweeted by: Langley City

Abbotsford City Council meets this evening at 7:00 p.m. Watch the livestream here: csg001-harmony.sliq.net/00319/Harmony/… . . . #community #hubofthefraservalley #abbotsford #YXX #bizfriendlyabby
Originally tweeted by: City of Abbotsford

160 St. is re-open to traffic from 26 to 28 Ave, highlighting the great progress our crews are making on widening this busy road. The closure of 160 St. from 28 to 32 Ave is now in effect until the end of Aug. Follow @SurreyTraffic and learn more: ow.ly/5pKe50zTPqJ
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

Optional in-class instruction for children K-12 starts today. Be mindful that school zones are in effect from 8am-5pm on school days and are 30km/h. Travelling at 30km/h allows drivers to stop quicker for any unexpected occurrences that may happen near schools. #VisionZeroSurrey
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey