Town of Osoyoos asking residents to collect their lost, missing or stolen bikes before they are donated

Collect your missing bike

Lost your bike recently?

If you had a bike go missing over the past few years it may be in the Town of Osoyoos' hands.

The town is in possession of a number of found bikes and are asking residents to come see if any of them are their own property before they are donated.

In order to determine ownership, the town will require a letter containing the bike's description such as colour, size, make, and if possible serial number, along with contact information.

The letter can be mailed, faxed, delivered in person, or sent via email to the bylaw department at the Town of Osoyoos, Box 3010, 8707 Main Street Osoyoos V0H 1V0.

If your description matches one of these bikes, Bylaw Enforcement will contact you to coordinate a meeting.

Bikes must be claimed no later than Monday, Jan. 31, 2022.

Any bikes left unclaimed by this date will be given to a charitable organization or otherwise disposed.

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