Offering residential, automotive, business, and accommodation cleaning services in Nakusp, New Denver, Silverton and areas. We take pride in our service to you by providing liability insurance, a no-mistake guarantee, and shine!
Steve has owned property in Nakusp, a glamping site on a mountain for 20 years but moved into the village full time in the winter of 2020, and has created a new local company called “Stevescapes”, focusing on landscape consulting, renovation, and maintenance.
Steve wants to create beautiful, sustainable landscapes that will thrive in the local environment for years to come with minimal maintenance.
You can always trust Steve. He is dependable and will provide complete honesty and integrity. He tells it like it is.
At West Kootenay Park Management Inc., it is our goal to ensure our guests have the ultimate camping and visitor experience in any of our parks.
Welcome to the heart of the West Kootenays. Not quite the Rockies, not the Okanagan, but a region that stands on its own. Escape to a place where peace and quiet are inescapable and fun and adventure await; where scenery speaks for the people who come to be among it; and where rich experiences are born in a natural world that surrounds you at every turn. Central to it all, yet a world of its own. Come to look. Be ready to feel.
Nakusp is a vibrant rural community, where diverse economic activity exists in harmony with the natural environment and encourages healthy lifestyles.
It’s never easy planning a burial or cremation. That’s why so many families choose Valley Funeral Home to help with final arrangements. They know that our burial, cremation and memorial services honor the traditions and cultural needs of the families of Nakusp, BC. We are here to help you every step of the way. It’s as simple or complex as that.
The Valley VOICE is a biweekly regional BC community newspaper serving the Slocan, Arrow Lakes, and North Kootenay Lake Valleys. It is 100% independent and locally owned by Dan Nicholson and Jan McMurray.
With offices in New Denver, BC, the Valley VOICE covers the news of the Arrow Lakes communities of Nakusp, Burton, Fauquier, Edgewood, Trout Lake; the Slocan Valley communities of Hills, Rosebery, New Denver, Silverton, Sandon, Slocan, Winlaw, Slocan Park, Crescent Valley, South Slocan; and the North Kootenay Lake Valley communities of Kaslo, Woodbury, Ainsworth Hot Springs, Meadow Creek, Argenta, Johnson’s Landing, and Howser.
Open May long weekend through Labour Day
Welcome to the beautiful Slocan Valley in the West Kootenay region of B.C., Canada. This truly is an exceptional place, with clear, clean Slocan Lake and the meandering Slocan River, lush forested mountain slopes, small and quiet yet active communities, and so much more. Through this website and the many links within, take a look at what the Slocan Valley is about, gain insight into the local and diverse economy, explore the recreational bonanza, and begin planning your visit here if you haven’t yet. Join us for a visit or a lifetime and help us create one of the best places on earth to live, work and have fun.
The Slocan District Chamber of Commerce strives for a vibrant, diverse and healthy economy that respects the environment and community values.
Stepping Stones Children’s Centre
Stepping Stones Children’s centre is a non-profit organization that runs on Parent Fees. We serve the needs of all children in our inclusive setting, aged 2 ½ to 6 years old. The centre is staffed by qualified Early Childhood Educators. A maximum of 16 children can attend our licensed facility. Every child must be toilet trained, unless other arrangements have been made with the Centre Administrator.
The Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization, committed to supporting and promoting the well-being of the business and local community; encouraging partnership and collaboration among businesses, non-profits, and charitable organizations. We provide opportunities for networking, community involvement, and professional growth.
Throughout the year, the Chamber sponsors a number of events that have become important village traditions, including the annual May Days Celebration, Christmas Light Up and Communities in Bloom and the ever-growing Kaslo Choose Local Campaign.
The Trust was created in 1995 to support efforts of the people of the Columbia Basin to create a legacy of social, economic and environmental well-being. We have offices in Castlegar, Cranbrook, Golden and Nakusp, BC. Find out more about us at ourtrust.org.
We have operated a law office in Nakusp in the same location since 2002. We aim to provide solid legal services in a friendly, casual but efficient manner.
Please come and see us if you are buying or selling a house or business, planning your estate including wills, Representation Agreements or Powers of Attorney or starting up a business. We try to take the mystery and fear out of dealing with these important matters in your life.
We are also part of the MacIsaac group of law firms, a group of community law firms in BC and Alberta whose focus is on Personal Injury and ICBC claims. We look forward to helping you.
Steve Likness is a Journeyman Refrigeration Mechanic and a licensed propane Gasfitter. In the spring of 1996, he established Arrow Refrigeration Services. He specializes in commercial refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pumps.
His customers are primarily grocery and convenience stores, restaurants and hospitals.
His large service area covers businesses in Nakusp, Edgewood, Trout Lake and south through the communities of New Denver, Silverton, and Kaslo.
In just our first year we have reached over 90% capacity. We are pleased to say that with our growing success we have been able to add more units for our customers. With the added U-haul services we continue to meet the needs of our community and our customers.
Welcome to Arrow and Slocan Lakes Community Services.
We help open the door to lifelong success. Working together with you to build a vibrant and thriving community.
We support people, from newborns to seniors with innovative programs and services that respond to what is important to them.