Governed by a 24-member Board of Directors, the CRD works collaboratively with First Nations and all levels of government while continuing to provide services to residents throughout the region.
Residents of the Capital Region
Residents of the Capital Region are represented, participate and realize benefits through three distinct types of CRD services:
- Regional, where all 13 municipalities and three electoral areas are served
- Sub-Regional, where two or more jurisdictions are served
- Local or Electoral Areas, where only one jurisdiction is served.
CRD Board of Directors, CRHD, CRHC, Commissions and Committees
The Board is made up of Municipal Directors and Directors from the Electoral Areas who represent residents of the Capital Region. Read more >>
The Capital Regional Hospital District participates in funding and developing the region's health facilities.
The Capital Region Housing Corporation is a wholly-owned, non-profit corporation of the CRD that provides affordable housing.
Commissions are created to provide community input into specific CRD services. In some cases they have delegated authority, such as the Juan de Fuca Water Distribution Commission.
Chief Administrative Officer, Executive Leadership Team, Corporate Services, Executive Services
The CAO ensures Board policies and direction are implemented, oversees the operations and functions of the CRD and aligns the organization to achieve strategic priorities set by the Board. The CAO also provides leadership to the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and staff.
The ELT, made up of the General Managers of CRD Departments and the CAO, manage and align services, programs and activities with corporate and strategic priorities. Members of the ELT ensure the effective management of resources and are responsible for organizational and individual service area results and performance. Read more >>
Corporate & Executive Services support the organization, CAO's office and the Board. These divisions ensure legislative requirements, corporate standards and organizational policy are maintained and implemented as necessary. Organizational support is provided in the areas of human resources, communications, community engagement, information and records management.
Departments, Divisions, Programs and Other Services
The CRD's 200+ services and programs, infrastructure and financing are delivered through an organizational structure that includes, departments, divisions, partnerships, contracted service arrangements and volunteers. Read more >>
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