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NEWS & EVENTS

New Hagel Park Playground Official Opening
The new playground at Hagel Park was officially opened today by Electoral Area D Director Brenda Leigh and Chief Administrative Officer Dave Leitch.  The new playground includes a stand-alone structure for children aged 18 months to 5 years. It also includes several connected play structures for 5 to 12 year olds: a double slide, climbing nets, a track ride, a tight rope, a wiggle ladder, a basket swing and a number of other play components. The old Hagel Park playground equipment was dismantled in early August. The structures were approaching the end of their lifespan and did not meet current Canadian playground safety standards. The Hagel Park Association built the original playground more than 20 years ago. It was loved by its many users and served the community well. While it was hard to see the old playground go, the new playground is proving to be equally popular as you can tell from the attached photos!  See photos

Information Package Available: Tlowitsis First Nation Addition to Reserve
The Strathcona Regional District has mailed out a package to the property owners within Electoral Area D providing information on the Tlowitsis First Nation and the Addition to Reserve process for property parcels on York Road.  Download the information package here.

2017 Fall Recreation Guide now available online
Find out what's new at Strathcona Gardens!  This fall we are offering more great programs and classes for people of all ages and abilities. There is something for everyone at Strathcona Gardens! see more

Stage 2 Watering Restrictions
The Strathcona Regional District is enacting Stage 2 Watering Restrictions effective immediately. learn more. 

2016 Annual Report and Financial Statements
The Strathcona Regional District has published its 2016 Annual Report. learn more

Pro-D and Non-Instructional Daycamps at Strathcona Gardens!
Pond Hockey Tournament, Red Cross Babysitting Course, Ships Ahoy are just a few camps being offered at the Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex.  learn more

Free Emergency Notifications!
The Strathcona Regional District offers a free notification service to keep residents, visitors and businesses informed of emergencies in a timely manner.  learn more

Quathiaski Cove Sewer System Extension Project Progressing Well
Work on the project has reached the half way mark.  The Campbell River based contractors, Berry & Vale, are making good progress having completed installation of sanitary sewer lines and hydraulic seeding along Anderson, Nole, Citizen and Plaza Roads.  learn more

Area D OCP Review Update
The most recent public consultation meetings information, the final draft Bylaw 276 and project timelines have been updated.   learn more

2017 Upper Island Safety Conference
Thank You!  A BIG THANK YOU to our program partner, gold level sponsors and the many other local businesses and organizations that helped make the Upper Island Safety Conference possible.  To view conference materials.  click here.

REC-REATE Strathcona Gardens Feasibility Study Nearing Completion
The Strathcona Regional District is continuing its planning efforts to revitalize the Strathcona Gardens recreation complex.  The project, called REC-REATE Strathcona Gardens, is investigating how best to renew the facility to address aging infrastructure and deliver recreation services in an exiting, modern, safe and inclusive environment.  learn more

CSWM launches Illegal Dumping Prevention Program
Comox Strathcona Waste Management (CSWM) has launched a new program aimed at preventing illegal dumping across the region. Illegal dumping is a growing problem in the CSWM service area with more than 500 illegal dump sites documented since 2012. Illegal dumping harms the environment and can have serious, long-lasting impacts on our region.  learn more

2016 CARIP Report
The Strathcona Regional District 2016 CARIP (Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program) Public Report is now available.  Click here to review report.

Strathcona Regional District rolls out regional wood stove exchange pilot program
For the first time, regional district residents from Gold River, Sayward, Tahsis, Zeballos and the four electoral ares will be eligible to receive a $250 rebate when they change out their old wood stoves with newer, low-emission appliances.  learn more

2017 Sayward Valley Solid Waste Clean-up Schedule
The 2017 schedule for the   Sayward Sollid Waste Clean-up is now available. This includes household waste items that are too large for regular waste collection.  Learn more

Cortes Island Zoning Bylaw Review Underway
The SRD is updating the 2002 Cortes Island Zoning Bylaw to ensure it is compliant with changes in provincial legislation and other SRD bylaws, and reflects the vision, goals, objectives and policies of the Cortes Island Official Community Plan. Find out more

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