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What the cities tweeted May 31, 2020

Official Twitter account feeds for Delta, Surrey, White Rock, the Township of Langley, the City of Langley and Abbotsford on May 31, 2020

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

Uncertainty can present a great opportunity to reflect on what we most value about our communities. Share those values with us as we continue to plan for the future of Fleetwood. Complete this online survey from home and help shape the plan and guide for growth.
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

We are looking for an Ethics Commissioner to provide advisory, investigative and educational services to best support fair, transparent governance. The City of Surrey is the first municipality in B.C. to establish this fixed-term position. Apply now: ow.ly/jh7550zSXzP
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

Houston, we have colour 🚀🚀 Anyone else notice that Ladner Village is looking a little brighter lately? We’re so excited to watch the progress of the talented @GNAYart as the Ladner Village mural comes to life! #DeltaBC #GaryNay #MuralArt @LadnerBusiness
Originally tweeted by: City of Delta

Uplands Off-Leash Dog Park continues to be open. As a reminder, please adhere to appropriate physical distancing of 2 metres (6 feet), keeping dogs leashed when not in the off-leash areas, and cleaning up and disposing of waste appropriately.
Originally tweeted by: Langley City

DYK: Abbotsford and Mission residents can sign up for a free water efficiency program and learn to save water and money. Rebates are available for qualifying applications. Funding is limited and based on first come, first served. Sign up now at ourwatermatters.ca
Originally tweeted by: City of Abbotsford

Celebrate BC Seniors Week from June 1 to June 5 with free and fun daily virtual activities including expert retirement advice, art lessons, and a musical concert in Glades Garden.
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

Reminder #DeltaBC flat rate utility bills are due tomorrow, June 1, 2020. After June 1st, a 5% penalty will be applied. Click here to learn ways to pay: ow.ly/wAku50zSFjM
Originally tweeted by: City of Delta

Be prepared for potential flood risks this spring. Find up to date information and flood preparation tips at tol.ca/news/2020-fres…
Originally tweeted by: Township of Langley

The South Asian Health Institute team has compiled a list of online services, events and resource lines and services in multiple languages that support the South Asian community.⤵️ https://t.co/3h2nuG9KYY Quoted tweet from @Fraserhealth: Health and wellness resources for South Asian families during COVID-19 ow.ly/7ZLE50zLXnl #COVID-19 #healthandwellness https://t.co/gH7ANYRu5z
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

Optional in-class instruction for children K-12 starts on June 1. Drivers, remember that school zones are in effect on school days from 8am-5pm and are 30 km/h. Slow down, stay alert and watch for children heading to and from school. #VisionZeroSurrey #SafeStreetsforEveryone
Originally tweeted by: City of Surrey

View the Tuesday, June 2 Notice of Special Meeting of #DeltaBC Council here: ow.ly/T2GP50zTQ1d
Originally tweeted by: City of Delta

Today’s your last chance to earn your 2020 Langley Walk crest!. Take part on your own, or with members of your household, in your neighbourhood or at home. Email at events@langleycity.ca to receive a commemorative crest. ow.ly/tZtX50zKWxA
Originally tweeted by: Langley City

🚨 Tomorrow, June 1 is the deadline for flat rate utility fees – any payments made after June 1 will be considered late. With City Hall closed, please visit delta.ca/utilityfees to learn more about available payment options, including online. #DeltaBC
Originally tweeted by: City of Delta

Social gatherings–what to consider @BCGovNews https://t.co/HiVhl7w53o Quoted tweet from @BCGovNews: We need to think about how we can protect others and ourselves. Our circumstances are unique, but the things we need to do to keep each other safe is the same. Be thoughtful and have extra consideration for others, especially those at higher risk. #COVIDBC gov.bc.ca/restartbc#guid… https://t.co/MAws2vopMn
Originally tweeted by: City of White Rock