2017 Parcel Tax and Frontage Tax Assessment Rolls Charlie Lake Sewer

The Peace River Regional District will have the 2017 Parcel Tax Assessment Rolls and the Frontage Tax Assessment Rolls available for inspection for the Charlie Lake Sewer service. This gives owners of property in the service area an opportunity to correct information on the Assessment Rolls. For more details, refer to the Notice and the Bylaw No. 2194, 2015.

Outdoor Burning – Public Urged to Use Caution

BC Wildfire Service is reminding the public to be extra cautious with any open burning.  The Peace Region area is experiencing below-normal snowpack levels and some areas of the Prince George Fire Centre are already snow-free. As the snow melts, it won’t take long for the grass to dry out and become flammable, especially in windy conditions.  Please see the attached bulletin for more info.  

A poster explaining the different categories of open burning is available here:  Open Fire Regulations


Electoral Area “E” Roundtable Meetings

Director Rose will be out in the communities in Electoral Area “E” to have conversations with community members and to share some highlights and recent decisions that have been made at the PRRD Board. For locations and dates, please refer to the Poster.

Revised Mandatory Building Permit Area

In 2016 the electoral area directors consulted with their residents by various means (roundtable meetings in the community, telephone calls, and face-to-face discussions) regarding opinions about the mandatory building permit area of Building Bylaw No. 2131, 2014. Municipalities were also consulted regarding their interests, particularly those municipalities who provide rural fire protection service.

The Regional Board adopted Building Bylaw No. 2131, 2014 Amendment Bylaw No. 2279, 2017 on February 23rd , 2017.


Supreme Court of British Columbia Order prohibiting dumping on property neighbouring the Chetwynd Landfill


Update – Boil Water Notices for the Feye Spring, Blackfoot Water System and Boundary Water System are still in effect.

All boil water notices are still in effect.

The boil water order posted at the Feye Spring Water System, the Blackfoot Water System and the Boundary Lake Water System sites remains in effect.  Northern Health has issued these advisories as the systems are at risk of containing pathogens. All notices will be in effect to August 31, 2017.


New Societies Act: A Guide to the Transition Process

BC’s new Societies Act comes into affect on November 28, 2016.   Go to our Community Groups page to learn how to prepare for the transition. 

Public Health Advisory – Charlie Lake Area

A blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom is suspected in the Charlie lake area. Blue-green algae can cause illness such as diarrhea, stomach cramps, eye and skin irritation. For more information please contact the Fort St. John health unit at 250-263-6000 and ask to speak with an Environmental Health Officer.  See the attached advisory