- Board Outreach Meeting
Jul 26, 2018 | 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Community workshop for DC Sportsman's Club proposed gun range expanison
Jul 26, 2018 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
- Parks Day 2018!
Jul 28, 2018 | 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
- Solid Waste Committee Meetings (PE/SG)
Aug 2, 2018 | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
- Board Outreach Meeting
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The following Regional District agendas are now available for viewing and downloading on our website:
- July 26, 2018 – Committee of the Whole Meeting at 10 a.m.; and
- Juy 26, 2018 – Regular Board Meeting, immediately following the Committee of the Whole Meeting.
The meetings will be held in the Tupper Community Hall, 16010 Gundy Road, Tomslake, BC.
The Peace River Regional District will be constructing the Potable Water Tank Loader Stations over the next five months. At some point during the construction, the water will be shut off at the stations for a period of no longer than 5 days. The PRRD will provide advance notice when the shutdowns will occur so that people can top up their tanks and /or make arrangements to go to an alternate site to get water when it is shut down. It is intended to have no more than one station down at a time during these construction windows.
WATER STATIONS CONSTRUCTION WINDOW
Buick, Rose Prairie and Feye Spring Mid- July to Mid-September
Prespatou and Goodlow Mid-September to Mid-October
For Immediate ReleaseJuly 4, 2018
DAWSON CREEK – People in the South Peace region will benefit from a redeveloped and expanded Dawson Creek and District Hospital, announced Adrian Dix, Minister of Health.
“I am proud to announce that the government has approved the concept plan to redevelop and expand the Dawson Creek and District Hospital. That means the project is a go and we are moving full steam ahead,” Dix said
News Release- 2018HLTH0068-001331
People considering running in local elections now have access to resources that provide information about the roles and responsibilities of elected officials.
Educational videos and brochures are available online, at local government candidate information sessions and at orientations for newly elected officials. These new resources will help people make informed decisions about running for a local government office. General information about expectations of locally elected officials, their roles and responsibilities and about how local governments make decisions is available through these new resources. Learn More: Visit: www.gov.bc.ca/localgov-thinking-running-local-office
The PRRD would like to remind resident to use caution if burning – “The ground may be wet but dead grass ignites easily and can spread quickly with high winds.”
To know whether or not you require a burn permit or burn reference number check out the PRRD Fire Protection – Before You Burn info. Look into the Open Fire Regulations set by Wildfire Management BC and if you are a Farmer or Rancher in the Peace, check out these Best Practices for Open Burning.