Public Notices


    Agriculture in the Peace River Regional District

    The PRRD is taking the situation facing the Agriculture Industry extremely seriously and is taking action to advocate for agriculture.

    At the November 14th Board Meeting, the Peace River Regional District Board resolved to take action in support the local agriculture industry by sending a letter to provincial and federal representatives, including Premier John Horgan, Minister of Agriculture, Lana Popham, MLA Dan Davies, MLA Mike Bernier, and MP Bob Zimmer.  The Peace River Regional District would like to clarify that while the PRRD Board is in full support of the Agriculture industry and local farmers, there has not been a declaration of an Agricultural Emergency at this time. Video of the full discussion regarding the report can be found on the PRRD’s website at https://prrd.bc.ca/agendasminutes/peace-river-regional-district-prrd/.

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    2020 Regional Grants

    The Peace River Regional District is currently accepting grant applications for Regional Grant-in-Aid for the 2020 budget cycle.  Applications may be submitted for projects or initiatives that are regional in scope and serve or benefit residents throughout the regional district or in multiple electoral areas and municipalities.  Grant categories include:  Arts/Culture, Economic Development, Environmental, Heritage, Social and Recreation.  Deadline to apply – December 31st. Late applications will not be considered.

    Please see PRRD Grant Services page for more information.


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    BC Hydro Work in Old Fort Area

    BC Hydro will be cleaning up materials in the Old Fort area between November 18th and 22nd. Flaggers will be on-site to help with traffic, however, no lane closures or power outages are expected due to the work.

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    Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) Looking for Northern Commissioner

    The Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) is looking for one Commissioner from the North region of the province, specifically from the Peace River Regional District, Northern Rockies, or Kitimat Stikine.

    The application deadline is December 11, 2019.

    Click here to read the full job description.

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    Letter to Premier Horgan – Leaders’ Table on Caribou

    October 24th, 2019

    Dear Premier Horgan:

    Re: Leaders’ Table re: Caribou

    On October 10th, the Peace River Regional District wrote to you to express extreme disappointment that the Board did not receive an invitation to participate in the proposed Leaders’ Table regarding the Draft Intergovernmental Partnership Agreement for the Conservation of the Central Group of the Southern Mountain Caribou. . . .

    Click Here to Read the Full Letter

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    Structural Fire

    The Charlie Lake Fire Department (CLFD) was called out early in the morning of October 14th to attend to a structural fire on Kaps Road.

    CLFD was paged to the fire within two minutes of the 911 call. Fort St John was paged shortly after for their Tender and Crew to assist.

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    Sign Up for North East BC Emergency & Public Alerts!

    The North East BC Emergency & Public Alerts system has hit 1,000 subscribers! Have you and your family signed up? 

    North East BC Emergency & Public Alerts is a community-wide notification system. Residents who subscribe will be alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up. Residents can sign up to receive time-sensitive messages on their home, mobile or business phone, email address, or by text message.

    Walkthrough the signup process quickly and easily with this tutorial video!

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    Letter to Ministry of Public Safety – Data Request

    The Peace River Regional District Board has requested the information referred to by the Ministry of Public Safety in their July 26, 2019 email. 

    Click here to read the full letter

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    PRRD Requests Data Gathered by Ministry Regarding Old Fort Area

    The Peace River Regional District Board reviewed the letter sent by Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General on July 26, 2019 in response to a previous letter sent by MLA Dan Davies, on June 25, 2019, expressing his concerns regarding the Old Fort Landslide area.

    The Minister’s letter suggests the area is unlikely to experience “a dramatic slippage of the remaining hillside that might further impact homes to occur. The data suggests that if movement was to recommence, it would be a slow-moving slide as had been experienced in the previous slide that initiated on September 30, 2018.”  The Regional Board is requesting from the Ministry the data that substantiates this statement.

    Once the data is received, the Peace River Regional District plans to have the data verified by applicable experts to consider whether evacuation alerts and orders may be removed from the Old Fort area.

    Press Release

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    New Washrooms at Mile 202

    ‘Gotta Go’ pilot project establishes the first new restroom facility along the Alaska Highway. 

    Read the full news release – Gotta Go News Release – June 25th

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