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.

Notice of Public Hearing
Bylaw No. 310.157: marihuana production facility.

New Fall/Winter Recreation Guide
The Fall and Winter Recreation guide is now available online. Watch for it in your mailboxes, or pick one up at any of our recreation facilities on Monday, August 25.

Transit Rider's Guide
Download the latest Transit Rider's Guide effective from September 2 to October 13, 2014

Third Annual Backroad Trash Bash
Join us on Saturday, September 13 from 11am to 3pm for the Backroad Trash Bash community clean up in Pender Harbour.

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.

BizPaL Online Business Permits & Licences
BizPaL is an innovative online service that generates a customized list of the permits and licences required simply by providing some information about your business. New business owners are encouraged to contact us to discuss their plans to confirm compliance with zoning.

Campfire ban lifted
Effective at noon on Thursday, August 28, campfires will once again be permitted by all Sunshine Coast Fire Departments.

Introducing MyPass
Beginning September 2, the SCRD will be introducing My Pass, a single card that provides Sunshine Coast residents access to all five recreational facilities, from Gibsons to Pender Harbour.

Transit Service Hours Grow in September
The SCRD and BC Transit are pleased to announce service hours are growing by more than 2,800 annual hours effective September 2.

Community Meeting on Invasive Species
Join us for an informative meeting on how to strengthen an invasive species management plan for the Sunshine Coast - September 9 at 7pm at the Seaside Centre, 5790 Teredo Street, Sechelt.

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

Development Cost Charges
The SCRD is undergoing a review and update of their Regional Water Development Cost Charges bylaws and is seeking public input at October Open Houses.

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