The SCRD Annual Report is now available. Included in the annual report is a summary of project highlights, services provided by each department, and detailed financial reporting and analysis.
Regional Districts are local government authorities that exist to meet certain service needs. This brochure is part of the Regional District Tool Kit designed to help better understand the regional district system.
The schedule for Islands Cleanup 2013 is now available. NOTE: Paint products will NOT be collected at flagstops. To register for a flagstop call 604-885-6806 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sunshine Coast Regional District is updating its Drought Management Plan, the primary tool for minimizing impacts caused by summer drought or unforeseen water shortage situations. Before August 15, please provide your feedback on our online survey.
When it comes to disposing of your rubbish at the Sechelt and Pender Harbour Landfill sites, both commercial and residential customers can expect to pay a little more starting on September 1.
Seeking applications from citizens who wish to serve on the Natural Resources Advisory Committee
Information about the proposal, rezoning application and environmental assessment can be found here.
A public information meeting will take place on June 24 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Frank West Hall, 1224 Chaster Road, Elphinstone.
June 22 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Halfmoon Bay Elementary School, 8086 Northwood Road, Halfmoon Bay. This meeting is a follow up from the March 2012 Community Forum. Please join us for a presentation of the draft OCP.
The May 16 to June 25 Transit Rider’s Bulletin is now available.
We want to hear from you. BC Transit and the Sunshine Coast Regional District are working on the second phase of a 25 year transit master plan. Open Houses will be held in June.
Sunshine Coast residents are invited to attend Open Houses about the Draft Parks and Recreation Master Plan for the Sunshine Coast being held on June 17 and 18, in Gibsons, Sechelt and Pender Harbour.
Stages II and III of the Sunshine Coast Agricultural Area Plan will begin with a number of public engagement initiatives in June, including opportunities for local communities to take part in the growing discussion.
The SCRD is endorsing the implementation of the Yellow Dog Project. This project was created to bring awareness to the general public about dogs who need space while training, recovering from surgery, or being rehabilitated. Read article in Coast Reporter.