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          Wellness Is ~ Walking down the street and saying hello and having someone smile back and say hello.

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          Wellness Awaits You in the Village of Ashcroft.  A small town nestled along the banks of the Thompson River with clean air, fresh water, locally produced foods, ample hiking and walking opportunities and affordable housing.  We are often the official hot spot not only in BC but in all of Canada and shovelling snow only happens a handful of times each winter.  The common feeling when you cross the river into Ashcroft is that you have come home. 
          Our climate provides many natural health benefits for our residents.  For those who suffer from arthritis, the warm, dry climate provides them with less pain and  the freedom of more mobility.  The clean, fresh air is a welcome relief to anyone suffering from respiratory ailments.   For those with young families the community is a safe environment with a wide variety of parks and recreational activities.  In Ashcroft you can afford to live, work and still have time to play with your family.  The climate allows you to grow all types of fruits and vegetables so you know where your food is coming from and healthy choices are easy to make.
          We have a rich history and played an important part in the development of the interior of British Columbia. We were one of the starting points on the wagon road to Barkerville and provided many of the necessities for those travelling north.  Transportation has been a significant part of our history.  Both of Canada's major railroads, Canadian Pacific and Canadian National, travel through Ashcroft as well as Highway 97C which connects us with the Trans Canada Highway and the Coquihalla Highway.   
          We are a progressive, positive Village whose residents take pride in their community.  We welcome you to our website and hope that this sounds like a  place you may wish to visit and possibly call home.  The next time you are going by take a few minutes to come down into town and spend some time - who knows - you may just decide to stay.

          Mission Statement:
          The Village of Ashcroft is a welcoming, safe, and attractive community characterized by an exceptional climate and a strong sense of history and opportunity.
          As stewards of the community, Village Council is committed to providing accountable leadership by addressing
          our fiscal reality through strategic planning and building effective relationships.


          For your convenience we have links to a street map, things to do and upcoming events right at your fingertips. Should you wish to contact us here is the information:

          The Village of Ashcroft

          PO Box 129, 601 Bancroft Street
          Ashcroft, BC V0K 1A0
          Phone: 250-453-9161
          Toll Free: 1-877-453-9161
          Email: admin@
          Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
          Closed all statutory holidays and from Noon to 1 pm for lunch. 

          Thank you for stopping by and we hope to see you again soon.
          Current Weather

          Turbidity Scale
          WATER QUALITY IS CONSIDERED FAIR Users of the Village of Ashcroft water system are advised that the water quality is now considered FAIR as the level of turbidity is ABOVE 1.0 and below 5.0 NTUs.
          For More information, check Turbidity Readings link below.
          Click here for the latest turbidity readings

          Road Conditions
          Click here for the latest road conditions as listed on Drive BC

          To report poor road conditions or road events in our area call 1-800-842-4122
          News & Notices
          View All News Items
          23 January 2019
          Interior Health advises that the Emergency Department at the Ashcroft Hospital will be closed from midnight until 8:00 am on Read More...
          10 January 2019
          Rural Evidence Review for British Columbia:  What are your priorities? We are a team of researchers from the Centre for Rural Read More...
          6 November 2018
          Water Quality Advisory Issued Nov. 6, 2018