The State of Local Emergency has been extended to May 31, 2019.
May 21, 2019FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASELocal Government Management Association Centennial Tree in SecheltSechelt, BC - District of Sechelt participated in the Local Government Management Association
Anyone riding a bike to work or school in Sechelt is invited to stop by the District of Sechelt’s Celebration Station on Tuesday May 28th from 7am – 9am
The District of Sechelt is seeking a progressive planner with strong leadership skills who is looking to take their career to the next level by taking advantage of the unique opportunity that Sechelt can offer. Join our senior management team and lead the Planning and Development Department as our Director of Planning and Development.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #2019-09Community Child Care Planning ConsultantPURPOSE: The District of Sechelt (the "District") is requesting proposals for the provision of consulting services by an individual
The District of Sechelt will be holding two Public Hearings regarding amendments to the District of Sechelt Zoning Bylaw No. 25, 1987 on Wednesday, May 15 at 6:00pm in the Community Meeting Room.
1. Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-288-2, 2019 (Cannabis)
2. Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-298, 2019 (R-3 Zone Minimum Lot Area for Subdivision)
For further information please review the public notice, staff reports and proposed bylaws.
The District of Sechelt has been awarded a Rural Dividend Grant from the Provincial Government for the Suncoaster Trail project which will contribute $25,140 towards the completion of the remainder of the Suncoaster Trail through the District of Sechelt.
The District of Sechelt is looking for artists, designers and/or photographers to create original designs to be applied to two BC Hydro utility boxes in Sechelt.
The District of Sechelt recently awarded the Coasting Along Theatre Society with a Community Investment Program grant for $3,400.
The District of Sechelt, the Town of Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast Regional District partnered in the release of a User-Friendly Trail Guide today. This joint project was funded by the Age Friendly BC and UBCM, 2018 Age-Friendly Communities Grant Program.
This joint project provides information on trails that are the flattest and easiest to navigate for those with mobility challenges. Information on each trail including photos, amenities and elevation profile are included in the guide. Those details are presented in such a way in the guide that users are able to make decisions for themselves as to which trails are best suited for them depending on their own physical limitations.