Public Notices

    Hired Equipment Registration

    The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) invites submissions from qualified contractors to be included on a registered list for Hired Equipment for short notice emergency services.  During emergency events the use of hired equipment may be essential, contractors will be called to provide various services.

    Submissions shall be marked “2018 Hired Equipment Registration” and can be submitted to the Peace River Regional District, Box 810, 1981 Alaska Avenue, Dawson Creek V1G 4H8 or emailed to prrd.dc@prrd.bc.ca or faxed (250) 784-3201.

    For more information refer to the Notice and Registration Form.

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    Board Meeting Agenda – April 26, 2018

    The agendas for the Committee of the Whole and Regional Board meetings to be held on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at the Regional District Office Boardroom, Dawson Creek are now posted to the website and are available for viewing, downloading and printing:

    Committee of the Whole - 10 am
    Regional Board - immediately following

    Power Saw Training course

    The Peace River Regional District is hosting a Power Saw Training course.

    May 14-May 17, 2018 

    There are still 3 seats available!

    Certification and tickets will be issued after the written and practical exams have been successfully completed.

    Registration Deadline: May 2, 2018                                                                    For more information or to register, please contact Kari Bondaroff at         250-784-3200 or by email at kari.bondaroff@prrd.bc.ca

    Reduce Risk of Flooding – Check Culverts

     Spring is in the air... or so it appears to be!       

     CRS and YRB are asking folks to check their culverts as the snow begins to melt in the region.

    The public is responsible to maintain their own access culvert(s), even though those culverts may have been originally installed by MoTI. 
    It is recommended that once the melting starts, residents should dig out the ends of their culverts to assist in run-off and reduce risk of flooding. Road crews are required to maintain culvert crossings which run across MoTI roads, but not private access culverts into driveways.

    The crews main focus during spring freshet is to protect the road infrastructure in order of priority and road class.

    YRB: 250-262-2600 
    CRS: 250-786-5440 Toll free: 1800-667-2322

    MOTI website for driveway responsibilities including drainage is: http://www.th.gov.bc.ca/Development_approvals/driveways.htm


    Watch the PRRD Board meeting!

    The Board meeting is now being videotaped and available online a few days after the meeting. 

    Video Recording Sign

    Electoral Area D Roundtable Meetings





    Come talk to Director Leonard Hiebert, ask questions,
    share ideas for projects in the community and chat about community issues important to you. 

    Roundtable Meetings and Times

    April 4 | 7–9pm | Tower Lake Community Hall
    April 9 | 7–9pm | Pouce Coupe Community Hall
    April 16 | 7–9pm | Bessbourgh Community Hall
    April 23 | 7–9pm | Tupper Community Hall
    April 30 | 7–9pm | Kelly Lake Community Hall
    May 2 | 7–9pm | Rolla Community Hal

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