We want your input!

The PRRD provides planning in the unincorporated areas of the Regional District. The map below contains all of the active applications in the regional district that the public is encouraged to provide input on. Please select an individual application below to view details and submit your comment. Do you have questions about the development application process or how the PRRD can help you? Email: or contact a land-use planner.

Our Services and the Development Application Process

When considering a development please check with a land-use planner to confirm whether the proposal meets regulatory requirements, or requires an application.

The Development Services Department can assist you with:


Planning functions include:


Current Planning:

Long Range Planning:

Building Inspection Zoning Official Community Planning
Bylaw Compliance Subdivisions
Plans & Guidelines 
Campground Guidelines
Climate Action Plan
Lakeshore Guidelines
Wind Energy Guidelines
Development Applications:
Official Community Plan
Zoning Amendment
Temporary Use Permit
Development Permit
Development Variance Permit
Board of Variance

When considering a development you should check with the PRRD  planning department to confirm whether your proposal meets regulatory requirements, or requires one of these applications.

Staff implement the policies of the Regional Board through regulations such as zoning and building inspection.

Contaminated Site Remediation

Effective February 1, 2021, the PRRD is mandated by the provincial government to participate in the site identification process. You can get more information about the process here.

Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR)

Development proposals affecting property within the ALR may require the approval of the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC). Before the ALC will review an application for subdivision, non-farm use within the ALR or exclusion from the ALR, the application must be supported by the PRRD. Follow this link to view current ALR applications and past decisions.

Provincial Government Referrals

As an important stakeholder in the region the PRRD also responds to a number of referrals from provincial government agencies. This is an opportunity to ensure that the policies of the PRRD are considered in government agency decisions.

For more information please check the following sites:

Provincial Agricultural Land Commission
BC Guide to Rural Subdivision
Integrated Cadastral Information Society
BC Onsite Sewage Association
Onsite Wastewater Registration Program (list of OWRP Practitioners by Region)
Northern Health
BC Oil and Gas Titles
BC Mineral Titles
BC Oil and Gas Commission
BC Homeowners Protection Office
BC Ministry of Environment (Environmental Best Management Practices for Urban and Rural Land Development)