The CRD Board has approved a motion to allow a portion of biosolids produced at the Residuals Treatment Facility to be used at Hartland Landfill.
The CRD has developed a draft watershed management plan for Elk/Beaver Lake to improve water quality in the lake following initial input from community residents, stakeholders, field experts and government partners.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) Arts Commission has approved funding for 21 local not-for-profit arts organizations through the Arts & Culture Support Service.
The CRD has awarded a $6.8-million contract to Jacob Bros Construction to construct the Trent Forcemain.
The CRD Board has approved a recommendation to move forward with two bylaw amendments in order to extend the Regional Housing First Program.
The CRD's provisional 2020 Financial Plan is available for public feedback until January 31.
Seniors with low to middle incomes will soon benefit from 22 new affordable rental homes, as construction begins on the expansion of Croftonbrook.
As part of the Capital Regional District’s commitment to transparency and accountability, the CRD now offers two more ways residents can find information on the latest Board decisions, priorities and outcomes.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) Board has approved a ten year extension of the Regional Parks Land Acquisition Fund (LAF) until 2029.
Robert Lapham, CRD Chief Administrative Officer is pleased to announce the elections of the Chairs and Vice-Chairs for the CRD, the Hospital District and the Housing Corporation Boards.
The CRD is developing a community-based Internet Connectivity Plan that will support internet investment in the Southern Gulf Islands Electoral Area, which includes Galiano, Mayne, North Pender, South Pender and Saturna Islands.
The CRD Board has approved an amended provisional Financial Plan for 2020 at the October 30th Committee of the Whole and Board meetings.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) has announced an Alternative Approval Process (AAP) will be conducted for a community safety service on Salt Spring Island.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) is developing a new solid waste management plan to reduce and manage solid waste in the capital region.
From October 7–11, students from 40 schools in the capital region will be celebrating their active travel trips to and from school during the CRD’s third annual Walk and Wheel to School Week.
The CRD would like to assure residents that all the recyclable materials being collected through its residential curbside recycling program and Hartland recycling depot are in fact being recycled and not put in the landfill.
Two important trestles in the capital region are getting significant improvements.
The Government of Canada has entered into two new agreements with the CRD to administer Reaching Home: Canada’s Homelessness Strategy.
The CRD Traffic Safety Commission awarded the third annual Cst. Sarah Beckett Memorial Scholarship to Adam Sawyer and EJ Weston in a presentation at the West Shore RCMP detachment in Langford today.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) is the regional government for 13 municipalities and three electoral areas on southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, serving more than 413,000 people. Guided by its Board, the CRD works collaboratively to build a vibrant, livable and sustainable region. Read more >>
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