Enter what you want to search for, to search for an "exact phrase" by enclosing it in quotes. You may search for a combination of words and phrases
Links|Document & Film Archive|Online Mapping|Contact Us|Login/Signup
 
Central Coast
Regional District
Central Coast Regional District
Central Coast Regional District
626 Cliff St., Box 186
Bella Coola, British Columbia
V0T 1C0
Phone : 250.799.5291
Fax : 250.799.5750
Request for Proposals
CCRD Emergency Plan Updates

Summer Job Opportunities
Centennial Pool

Asset Management Plan Final 2017

Solid Waste Management Plan 2017

Are you a locally owned independent business? Visit Love Central Coast BC to find out about our region's newest Shop Local marketing asset! For additional information please contact Tanis Shedden.

Regional District 2015-Annual-Report

Governance Study Fact Sheets

CCRD Adopted Integrated Strategic Plan 2015 - 2019

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN 2017

RECYCLING CENTRE
Thorsen Creek Waste & Recycling Centre - What Is Changing?
Now open for residential recyclables.
Public NoticesEmergency Notices

Central Coast Regional District

The Central Coast Regional District (CCRD) is nestled in the heart of the mid coast and is home to some of British Columbia´s most spectacular scenery and natural beauty. The area encompasses some 25,000 square kilometres and includes five electoral areas in the unincorporated communities of Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Denny Island, Ocean Falls and Oweekeno.

Incorporated in 1968, the CCRD is a regional government serving a population of less than 4,000 residents. The Regional District provides local and regional protective, recreational, environmental and transportation services to area ratepayers.

CCRD MANDATE

Everything that the Regional District does fits into three categories. The first category is to provide services such as fire protection, water systems and street lighting to residents in the rural areas. These services are generally confined to small geographic areas.

The second category is to provide services to a larger geographic area where it doesn´t make sense to duplicate that service for each area. Some examples are Land Use Planning, Economic Development, and regional Library services.

The third category the Board gets involved in is to try to influence the Federal or Provincial Government.

Did you know? Fact Sheets about the CCRD and governance in the region are now available on our website! Please visit the Governance Study page for more information about the current Diagnostic Governance and Service Delivery Study!

CCRD Minutes in a Minute
March 2017

The March board of directors meeting took place on Thursday, March 9 at the CCRD office in Bella Coola.  A recording of the meeting can be found on the below, as well as the complete draft meeting minutes.

The CCRD would like to thank the participants of the Solid Waste Advisory Group: Barney Kern, Carl Harestad, Doug Baker, Drew Kovacic, Fraser Koroluk, Kerry Boileau, Marty Nygaard, Percy Schooner, Peter Fralick, Russ Hilland, Steve Dishkin, Wayne Bittner, and Wally Webber for the time that they committed to the Solid Waste Management Planning process. Also, thank you to all those who filled out Solid Waste Surveys and congratulations to draw winner Julia Michalchuk.  The Solid Waste Management Plan was approved by the board of directors and will be submitted to the Province for review and approval.

Highlights from the March board meeting include the following:
• The Asset Management Investment Plan (AMIP) 2017 was endorsed, along with recommendations to advance CCRD asset management planning in coming years.  The AMIP provides a review of the regional district´s infrastructure assets:  what does the CCRD own?  What is the cost to replace the asset?  How much money needs to be invested annually (on average) to sustain the CCRD´s assets?
• An application to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations to obtain a Forestry Licence to Cut and to amend the area of CCRD Licence of Occupation #5402268 (Snootli Creek Regional Park) was supported.  This will provide the necessary foundation to pursue works on lands in order to comply with Transport Canada regulations at the airport which ultimately will allow enhanced flight services.
• The board received the Bella Coola Airport Master Plan and will consider endorsement at the June board meeting.
• The board approved the 2017-2021 Five-Year Financial Plan.  The annual property tax levy increased by 2.1% over last year.
• Wuikinuxv Nation is moving towards hydro power and anticipates having access by year end.

The next CCRD board of directors meeting will be held April 13th. As always, the public are welcome to attend.

Did You Know?  Most documents, records and plans held by the CCRD are readily available to the public.  Browse our website or contact office staff to make requests.


For more meeting minutes and agendas click here.

CCRD records regularly scheduled board meetings and makes the recordings available on our website via Soundcloud for a period of 3 months?  Click the link below for the recording.
 
The CCRD Board of Directors passed a resolution to pursue recording options of regularly scheduled meetings for the sole purpose of enabling access to meetings for residents who live in remote areas of the Central Coast Regional District.

Disclaimer - The recording of board meetings is in a trial period and therefore technical, operational, and quality control issues are currently being worked out.  We appreciate your patience as we work through these issues.

Click here for the audio recording of the March 9, 2017 Regularly Scheduled CCRD Board of Directors meeting.


Privacy | Contact Us | Photo Credits | Disclaimer
Copyright © 2000-2017 Central Coast Regional District
Graphic Design by Terra Firma Digital Arts
web development: PawPrint.net
bella coolabella coola