Jeremy Evans, acclaimed Village of Keremeos candidate

Council candidate has lived in Keremeos since 1971

For those of you who don’t know me, a little background info.

I moved to Keremeos in 1971. I graduated high school here and raised my family here.

I am currently employed by B.C Tree Fruits as a receiver at the Keremeos facility and am responsible for the documenting and storing of the 30,000 + bins of fruit delivered annually.

I served for 21 years on the Keremeos Volunteer Fire Department, and have sat on council for 22 of the last 25 years. Looking back over those years, I am proud of what we as council(s) have accomplished.

Looking forward I will continue to support affordable housing initiatives, recreation, such as improved trails and parks, and further age-friendly enhancements to our village to make it an even better place to live for everybody.

If you have any ideas, issues or concerns about the village, please feel free to bend my ear. I can be reached at 499-8972, or email

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