thumbThe Peace River Regional District and Hospital District serve the Peace River region of British Columbia, south of the 58th parallel and east of the Rocky Mountains to the Alberta border. Its boundaries encompass approximately twelve million hectares (46,000 square miles). The population resides in seven incorporated municipalities and four rural electoral areas.


    Public Notices

    Notice of Public Information Meeting

    The Purpose of this Public Information Meeting is to hear from owners and occupiers of land whose interests may be impacted by the proposed bylaw amendments.
    Proposal: To amend the OCP from SC (Settlement Centre) to LSI (Light/Service Industrial) and to amend the zoning from R-2 (Residential 2 Zone) to I-1 (Light Industrial) of an approximately 3.0 ha portion of the subject property to allow for the development as light industrial.
    Near the intersection of Highway 97 and Old Hope Road
    Monday December 7, 2015 at 8:00 pm
    North Peace Leisure Pool Meeting Room
    9505 100 Street, Fort St John, BC

    Notice of Public Hearing

    The Purpose of this Public Hearing is to hear from owners and occupiers of land whose interests may be impacted by the proposed bylaw amendment.
    Proposal: To rezone the approximate 25 ha (62 acre) portion west of the gully from A-2 (Large Agricultural Holdings Zone) to A-1 (Small Agricultural Holdings Zone) to facilitate the subdivision of a 25 ha parcel.
    Northeast of Fort St John along the 257 Road.
    Monday, Dec. 7 2015 at 7:00 pm
    North Peace Leisure Pool Meeting Room
    9505 100 St., Fort St. John, BC 


    November 26 Regional Board Meeting

    The agendas for the Committee of the Whole and Regional District Board meetings being held on Thursday, November 26th at the Regional District Office Boardroom, Dawson Creek, BC are now posted to the website and are available for viewing / downloading / printing.

    Regional Board Meeting agenda (253 pages)
    Committee of the Whole Meeting agenda (89 pages)

    Committee of the Whole Meeting - 9 am
    Regional Board Meeting - 1 pm

    Solid Waste Customer Satisfaction Survey

    Please fill out the Customer Satisfaction Survey.

    You can find the survey:
    1. In the North East News October 15th edition
    2. On the Peace River Regional District web page: http://prrd.bc.ca/services/garbage-and-recycling/
    3. At Transfer Stations  
    4. At the Dawson Creek and the Fort St John Peace River Regional District offices

    Public Safety on Beatton River – Update

    The Peace River Regional District is asking for the public to continue to stay off the Beatton River. The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations reported to the Regional District today that the river continues to be blocked by debris.  The river is still flowing; however debris, bank erosion, and stream flow continue to make the Beatton River dangerous.  Please see the attached Press Release for more details.

    Building Bylaw Consultation Process

    Peace River Regional District staff are in the process of gathering information to obtain the opinion of the electorate regarding the PRRD building inspection service and will bring the results back to the Board in a report for further direction. The information gathered will enable the Board to make an informed decision regarding the future direction Building Bylaw No. 2131, 2014 in the fall of 2015. More

    Upgrades to Moberly Lake Waste Transfer Station

    The Moberly Lake Transfer Station is undergoing construction for the months of August-November, 2015.   During the week of July 20th-25th, the Regional District is relocating the existing waste and recycle bins to a designated area near the community hall to continue to serve the public.  Local residents are directed to use the temporary site until the existing transfer station's upgrades are complete.  Further information is being mailed out Moberly Lake residents this week. Please contact 1-800-670-7773 with any questions you may have.