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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
Declaration no Candidate Area B

By-Election, Area B

CCRD hires new CAO

Regional District 2016-Annual-Report

Service Delivery and Governance Study

Bella Coola Airport Master Plan

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 Bridget Horel.

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.

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


Highlights from the July Board meeting include the following:

The local Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) and Emergency Social Services (ESS) have been housed at the CCRD office in Bella Coola. The CCRD Board members took the opportunity to discuss the State of Local Emergency which was renewed for another 7-day period.

The Board of Directors appointed Travis Hall as the new Director for Electoral Area B, following a by-election that saw no candidates declared.  The CCRD welcomed Director Hall, who expressed his pleasure and is looking forward to proactively representing the CCRD.

A delegation from the Central Coast Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) and the Denny Island Community Development Association (DICDA) joined the meeting by telephone to provide a proposal to analyze solutions to resolve Denny Island governance and service delivery concerns.
The 2017 obstacle removal project at the Bella Coola airport is proceeding on schedule and on budget.

Wuikinuxv Nation is proceeding with the Nicknaqueet River Hydropower Project.
The CCRD Board passed a motion that the Active Communities Proposal be expanded to allow for development of a collaborative project between the CCRD Denny Island Recreation Commission and Heiltsuk Nation.
The Chief Administrative Officer and Directors Alison Sayers and Travis Hall will be attending the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) convention in September 2017.

Did you know?
The British Columbia Economic Development Association (BCEDA) has launched a hotline to help businesses get back on their feet following the devastating fires that have impacted so many.

The Business Recovery Hotline began operation on July 24, and will be open Monday through Friday during the hours of 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., for the first two weeks after evacuees begin to return to their communities. The number for the hotline is 1-877-4BC-EDRP (1-877-422-3377).


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 July 20, 2017 Regularly Scheduled CCRD Board of Directors meeting.


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