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COMING UP: Regional Park Design Study Community Events!
How can we improve Montney Centennial and Blackfoot Regional Parks? Visit us at upcoming community events and complete an Input Questionnaire to tell us your ideas!
The Regional Park Design Study is just getting underway and our first two Community Events will be held: (more…)
The next regular meeting of the Peace River Regional District Board will take place:
10 a.m. on Thursday, July 27, 2017
Charlie Lake Community Hall, 12717 Charlie Lake Hall Avenue, Charlie Lake, BC
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
The Board invites area residents to attend the meeting to meet the Directors and become more familiar with the functions of the Peace River Regional District.
BLACKFOOT REGIONAL PARK
MONTNEY REGIONAL PARK
SPENCER TUCK PARK
Effective at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 10, 2017, all open fires (including campfires) are prohibited in Peace River Regional District Parks. (more…)
Effective at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 10, 2017, all open fires (including campfires) are prohibited throughout the Peace River Regional District Electoral Areas to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety.
The rural areas of Electoral Area B, C, D and E do not have wildfire prevention bylaws in place. (more…)
Open fires to be prohibited in Prince George Fire Centre – This includes the Peace River Regional District
PRINCE GEORGE – Effective at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 10, 2017, all open fires (including campfires) are prohibited throughout the Prince George Fire Centre’s jurisdiction to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety.
This prohibition is being implemented due to current weather conditions and the volume of fires that the BC Wildfire Service is responding to in the northeast part of the province. More lightning is in the forecast within the fire centre, and firefighting resources must focus on existing fires and new, naturally occurring fires.
This prohibition will remain in effect until Oct. 21, 2017, or until the public is otherwise notified. A map of the affected areas is available online: http://ow.ly/ijI730dvhqB
Blackfoot and Montney Centennial Regional Parks are important outdoor recreation destinations in the region. The Regional Park Design Study is an opportunity to study both parks to understand what’s working well, where improvements are needed, and what additions could make the parks better.
The Peace River Regional District is hosting IAP2 Foundations in Public Participation.
The five day course is divided into two modules, each focusing on one of the two major phases of public participation, planning and techniques. Upon completion of both modules, you will receive a certificate of completion from IAP2.
WHY TAKE THE FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM?
- Participate in a learner-focused, updated and practitioner-reviewed training program that sets the standard for planning effective public participation.
- Learn how and why to use state-of-the art public participation processes, tools and techniques.
- Receive an internationally recognized certificate that can lead to professional certification in public participation.
Wander out to Montney Centennial Regional Park for a fun filled day of outdoor activities!
For kids of all ages! The first 50 people will receive a prize.Come out and meet Engage Sport North, North Peace Search and Rescue, BC Conservation Officers, Various Regional District departments, Northern Environmental Action Team (NEAT) and more!
FORT ST. JOHN, British Columbia, May 25, 2017 – The North Peace region has long been recognized for its ranching and agricultural production in grain and seed crops. This spring, the North Peace Economic Development Commission (NPEDC) is leading a business case and marketing strategy to support this tradition and expand on opportunities for horticulture businesses in the region. For more information, read the full Media Release.
Library Planning Consultants, on behalf of the Peace River Regional District, is conducting a facility feasibility study for the Chetwynd Public Library. The purpose of this study is to analyze the library’s current use and to determine its future space requirements and programming. (more…)