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Old Fort Landslide – Helicopter Operations July 6

Monday morning through approximately 2pm – RCMP helicopter will be in the in the air and making a landing in the community to survey emergency landing sites in the community and exercise (practice) an emergency landing. Members will also be on the ground visiting the community.
 
Monday afternoon from approximately 4pm – 5pm – material will be long-lined into and out of the community; please avoid the area near Old Fort Road and River Drive.

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Board Meeting Agenda – July 9th

The agenda for the PRRD Board meeting to be held at 10:00 am on July 9, 2020 at the PRRD Office Boardroom, 1981 Alaska Avenue, is now posted to the website.

As of June 1st, Board Meetings are open to the public; however, only 4 additional people are permitted. If you wish to attend a Board Meeting for a specific agenda item, please email prrd.dc@prrd.bc.ca to request a spot.

 

To follow social distancing requirements, please continue to watch the Board meetings livestreamed over Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialPRRD/

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Notice of Special Rural Budgets Administration Committee Meeting

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Regional District Office Boardroom

1981 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek BC

9:30 am

The Peace River Regional District hereby gives notice of its intention to hold a Special Meeting of the Rural Budgets Administration Committee, on Thursday, July 2, 2020 in the PRRD Office Boardroom at 1981 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC.

 

Click Notice for more information.The agenda package is available at: prrd.bc.ca/agendas-minutes/

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Boundary Water Station Closure

The Boundary Water Station will be closed for final commissioning from July 6 – 7, 2020.

Starting on Monday, July 6th, the Boundary Water Station will be closed to the public to allow for final commissioning of the newly expanded system.  On  July 8th,  the station will re-open with double the water storage capacity in order to shorten waiting times when filling from the bulk fill hose.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We look forward to the increased capacity at the Boundary station to better serve Area B residents!

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City of Fort St. John and Peace River Regional District Announce Agreement for Festival Plaza Lands

The City of Fort St. John and the Peace River Regional District have been working in partnership towards an adjustment of property lines for the Festival Plaza Development.

The Festival Plaza, which will be located on the southeast corner of 100 Street and 96 Avenue, was identified in the Downtown Action Plan as one of 10 Big Moves to Energize the Downtown. The development will consist of a covered shelter, food truck stalls, performance space and washrooms. It will be a year-round home for the farmers market, community events, food vendors, buskers, social gatherings and public art.

The Peace River Regional District will be placing public notices as per the requirements of the Local Government Act regarding the disposition of this property.

Construction on this project is slated to begin in Summer 2020, stay up-to-date with all City of Fort St. John Capital Projects at www.fortstjohn.ca/capital-projects.

To see the full press release, please click the link below.

Media Release – City and PRRD Announce Agreement for Festival Plaza Lands

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Old Fort Updates

To read All Old Fort Emergency Updates on Behalf of MOTI, Click Here

To Read the Old Fort Emergency Plan, Click Here

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Board Meeting Location Change – July 9th

The PRRD Board meeting scheduled to be held at the North Peace Cultural Centre in Fort St. John on July 9, 2020 will now be held at the PRRD Office Boardroom located at 1981 Alaska Avenue in Dawson Creek.

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PRRD Facility and Meeting Status – June 1 Update

Board Meetings

All PRRD Board Meetings will be live-streamed on the PRRD Facebook page to allow the public to view Board Meetings.  Note that due to room occupancy limits, gallery seating for the public is limited to 4 people in order to ensure physical distancing.  Please check our “COVID-19 Resources for Residents” page for a quick reference guide on attending Board meetings.

Facility Status

See Quick Reference Guides for more info!

  • PRRD Main Office in Dawson Creek – open to the public
  • PRRD Office in Fort St John – open to the public
  • Charlie Lake Fire Hall – open by appointment (250 785-1424)
  • PRRD Warehouse – open by appointment (250 784-3200)
  • Landfills & transfer stations – open see schedule 
  • Water Stations – open
  • Charlie Lake Sewer Receiving – open
  • Share Sheds (open June 15th)

Regional Parks

See Quick Reference Guide for more info!

  • Blackfoot Regional Park  – open for camping (first come first served basis)
  • Spencer Tuck Regional Park – open for day use
  • Sundance Lake Regional Park – open for day use
  • Minaker Regional Park – closed
  • Montney Regional Park  – open for day use
  • Iver Johnson Community Park – open for day use
  • Note: All PRRD Parks Washroom / Outhouse Facilities are open but are not cleaned daily

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Notice of Special Electoral Area Directors Committee Meeting

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Regional District Office Boardroom

1981 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek BC

1:00 pm

The Peace River Regional District hereby gives notice of its intention to hold a Special Meeting of the Electoral Area Directors Committee, on Thursday, June 4, 2020 in the PRRD Office Boardroom at 1981 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC.

Click Notice for more information. The agenda package is available at: prrd.bc.ca/agendas-minutes/

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2019 CARIP Report

The Peace River Regional District is pleased to release the 2019 Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) report.

Click here to read the report

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