Notice of Public Hearing for Zoning Bylaw Text Amendment 2451, 2021 for a work camp and convenience store at Mile 135 Highway 97N, Pink Mountain
Notice of Public Information Session regarding a proposed 150 person worker camp located slightly west of mile 126 on the south side of Highway 97N in Pink Mountain
Notice of Intent to Consider Development Variance Permit 17-056 to reduce the front parcel line setback from 7 m to 1.2 m and the north interior side parcel line from 3 m to 0 m for two existing structures, 8306 Micro Sub Road, Briar area
Notice of Alternate Approval Process Re: Gotta Go Roadside Facilities Service Establishment Bylaw No. 2440View all Public Notices...
The Peace River Regional District hereby gives notice of its intention to hold a Special Meeting of the Chetwynd Public Library Advisory Committee, on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 held via ZOOM.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss a Chetwynd Library project.
The agenda will be available online at prrd.bc.ca/agendas-minutes/
Today we pay special recognition to the vital contributions that Indigenous peoples make to the Peace region. We invite all people of this region to learn about the rich cultures, traditions and languages of the Indigenous peoples of this area, whose traditional lands we live on.
It’s also important to acknowledge that we continue to have tragic reminders of the systemic racism and terrible injustices which Indigenous people have suffered over the years in this country. Today is an opportunity to recognize that we have a long way to go on the journey to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. We need to work together to take all concrete actions that we can to move along that path.
The Peace River Regional District is committed to working with Indigenous peoples of this area in a spirit of respect, cooperation and partnership, and to do all we can to make this region a better place for them and for all people, today and every day.
A Peace River Regional District Board Meeting will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 24, 2021, at the Pomeroy Hotel & Conference Centre at 11308 Alaska Road in Fort St. John.
The meeting will start with a Committee of the Whole segment prior to the Regular Board Meeting. The PRRD draft 2020 Financial Statements, which are available for inspection at the PRRD offices in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, will be considered during the Regular Meeting.
As of June 15th, Board Meetings are open to the public; however, proper spacing requirements limit public attendance to a maximum of ten people. To assist us in our safety planning please email email@example.com to let us know that you will be attending, or call the office at 250-784-3200.
The Board meeting agenda may be viewed on the Agendas/Minutes page of the PRRD’s website.
Please continue to watch the Board meetings livestreamed over Facebook:
A June 15 virtual town hall meeting hosted by Peace River Regional District (PRRD) was briefly disrupted by a participant who posted racist and profane language on the screen during a staff presentation. PRRD staff immediately stopped the meeting, reset the presentation and readmitted some participants. The meeting continued without incident.
Racist language and behavior is not tolerated by the PRRD in any setting, says Board Chair Brad Sperling. “We reject racist or hateful language or behavior of any sort, and our Board created a specific policy to that effect. We apologize to any of the meeting participants that saw this offensive language or have been affected by this unfortunate incident.”
Peace River Regional District brings fire services expansion proposal to residents in Electoral Areas B and C
Sawyer’s Subdivision, Red Creek South, Bear Flats and South Montney included in proposal
The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) is consulting with residents in parts of Electoral Areas B and C on the proposed expansion of the Charlie Lake Fire Protection Area to include some 175 properties in Sawyer’s Subdivision, Red Creek South, Bear Flats and South Montney. The new service would be provided by the Charlie Lake Fire Department.
Residents are invited to one of two virtual town halls on June 15 to get information and ask questions about the proposed expansion. The meeting for Electoral Area C residents takes place at 5pm, and for Electoral Area B residents at 7pm.
“The Peace region has seen some serious wildfires in the area in recent years, especially in 2016, and some residents have asked the PRRD to consider expanding Charlie Lake’s fire service to include these new areas,” says PRRD Board Chair Brad Sperling. “These engagement meetings and our online engagement process are intended to help us understand the level of support for the proposed service and what questions people have. The Regional Board needs this information to make a decision on the bylaw amendment that this proposal would require.” Read More…