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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
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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.

What's going on?

The latest CCRD board meeting was held September 8, 2016 at the CCRD office in Bella Coola.

Sgt. Thiessen from the Bella Coola RCMP Detachment attended the meeting to report on the two initiatives that are underway.  In October, two people from both the Nuxalk Nation and the Bella Coola RCMP will be taking the “I am a Kind Man” training.  This is a grass roots program that is aimed at ending violence against indigenous women.  The Bella Coola RCMP have also partnered with BC Parks to increase police presence in Tweedsmuir Park South, Stuie, and Firvale.

Consultants Maura Walker and Carey McIver joined the meeting to give a progress report on the Solid Waste Management Plan.  The process has identified priorities, which include: a Development Operation and Closure Plan, a landfill filling plan, and an updated hydrological study including establishment of groundwater monitoring wells.  The next and 3rd meeting of the Solid Waste Advisory Group (SWAG) will be November 9th.

Additional highlights from the CCRD board meeting include:
• A one-time community economic development contribution agreement will be created with Bella Coola Valley Tourism.
• The Walker Island concession went through its Public Health Inspection at the end of September.
• Road work was completed on Denny Island, which included roadside ditching to prevent further erosion of the road surface.
• Two re-zoning applications were considered.

The next meeting of the CCRD board of directors will be held on Thursday, October 13th and, as always, members of the public are welcome to attend. For the complete draft of the September board of directors meeting agenda and minutes, please click here

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For more meeting minutes and agendas click here.
 
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 September 8, 2016 Regularly Scheduled CCRD Board of Directors meeting.

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