Are you heading to the beach this weekend? We’ll be there too! Every summer the CRD increases its enforcement patrols at popular regional parks to help keep them safe and enjoyable for everyone.
The CRD held a celebratory event today to mark completion of Phases 1 and 2 of the E&N Rail Trail-Humpback Connector.
The CRD Board has announced it will seek additional federal funding for the removal of derelict vessels from capital region waterways.
The CRD and North Salt Spring Waterworks District (NSSWD) are announcing a joint request for provincial funding to conduct a water service optimization study on Salt Spring Island.
The CRD Arts Commission has approved a total of $77,500 in Project Grants to 18 not-for-profit arts organizations based throughout the capital region.
The CRD is developing a watershed management plan to improve the water quality Elk/Beaver Lake and protect the environmental health of the lake system.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) Traffic Safety Commission (TSC) has extended the deadline for the Cst. Sarah Beckett Memorial Scholarship until July 26.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) has completed the sale of a warehouse property at 808 Viewfield Road in Esquimalt.
Grade 4 and 5 students at three capital region schools are being recognized as climate sustainability champions this month through the Cool It! Climate Leadership Training program.
The 2018 Arts & Culture Progress Report highlights how arts organizations are emerging as leaders in improving quality of life in the region and building local economic development.
The CRD has released its 2018 Annual Report. The report includes highlights from 2018 as well as the 2014-2018 term, outlining progress made on strategic priorities while ensuring the efficient delivery of services.
The CRD Arts Commission has approved $65,945 in funding to 21 local not-for-profit arts organizations through the Arts & Culture Support Service’s new Equity, IDEA and Incubator funding programs.
The Physical Literacy Indoor and Outdoor Markings Regional Initiative project is rolling out this summer in thirteen recreation centres throughout the region.
The CRD and the Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) have received a Rural Dividend grant to further develop a shared business services model for Salt Spring Island.
The CRD is asking residents to help them keep the region’s waterways safe and clean by reporting abandoned boats this summer.
The CRD has awarded a $17.7-million contract to NAC Constructors Ltd to construct the Arbutus Attenuation Tank.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) has drafted park management plans for both Mt. Parke and St. John Point regional parks on Mayne Island.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) is planning to procure services for the beneficial use of the biosolids produced at its Residuals Treatment Facility.
The Southern Gulf Islands (SGI) electoral area has hired three independent contractors to act as community liaisons on Mayne, Saturna and Galiano islands.
The CRD has awarded a $15.9-million contract to Knappett Projects Inc. to construct three pump stations and bridge crossings along the Residual Solids Conveyance Line for the Wastewater Treatment Project.
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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Victoria, British Columbia
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