Revelstoke is a community of approximately 7100 people, nestled in the heart of the Columbia Mountains. See the following links for information on the various community services available in Revelstoke.
The Directory of Social Services provides information to the public about Social Services that are available to the community.
Check out the “Welcome to Revelstoke” website where you will find information for recent immigrants, community resources, maps, a welcome guide and more!
The Welcome to Revelstoke Guide is published in 4 languages – English, French, Korean, and simple Chinese. The guide is intended to provide an overview of information that will help new arrivals to our community settle and meet their needs. Colorful photos and anecdotes highlight our unique local culture and surrounding beauty.
Please take a moment to complete the New Resident Survey (Revelstoke and Area).
The “Best of Revelstoke” is for employees in the service and tourism industry of Revelstoke. This classroom session is a fun, interactive and informative course in which participants will learn about the history and heritage of Revelstoke, geographical and environmental information, summer and winter activities and tourist services in Revelstoke.
Visit the Okanagan College website for course dates and price.
The BC Employment and Assistance program assists British Columbians by helping people move from income assistance to sustainable employment, and by providing income assistance to those who are unable to fully participate in the workforce. http://www.eia.gov.bc.ca/bcea.htm
The Stoke Youth Network (SYN) is a network created by youth for youth! Established in 2012, the Stoke Youth Network focus is to increase opportunities for meaningful youth engagement.
Please click here for a guide for youth and young people in Revelstoke
The Employment Program of British Columbia is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.