Welcome to The Sunshine Coast Regional District

Incorporated in 1967 and stretching from the McNab Valley to Earls Cove, the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) provides services and regional government to more than 28,000 residents.

Keats Island Dog Control AAP
An Alternative Approval Process to establish a service to provide dog control on Keats Island is underway.

Board Highlights from July 24 Meeting

Water Meters in Pender Harbour
Water meters will be installed in North and South Pender Harbour beginning August 11 through early December 2014. All properties connected to the SCRD water system will receive a meter. Find out more here.

Islands Clean Up Event
The SCRD provides an annual clean up event for island residents. The event begins July 4 and ends August 2.

Sechelt Recycling Depot - New Location
The Sechelt Recycling Depot is now located at Salish Soils, 5646 Schetxwen Road (Black Bear Road) in Sechelt. Here is a list of accepted materials.

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Camp Fire Ban
Effective at noon on Aug. 1, 2014, campfires will once again be prohibited in all areas of the Coastal Fire Centre. Check your local fire department for details.

Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program
The SCRD continurs to demonstrate its commitment to Climate Action through an array of supportive and directed initiatives focused on fostering both community and corporate sustainability. The 2013 CARIP Report highlights many of the actions taken in 2013 and the actions proposed for 2014 to address climate change

Building an Active and Healthy Future
Parks and Recreation is essential to the quality of life in our community. Check out our Parks & Recreation Master plan for what we are doing in the next 10 years. Here's a visual representation of the Master Plan.

Summer Issue of Coast Current
The summer issue of the SCRD newsletter is all about water - where it comes from and how it's treated.

Transit Rider's Guide
Download the latest Transit Rider's Guide effective from June 25 to September 1.

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