All test results are within regulatory limits.
Stage 1 outdoor water use restrictions come into effect annually on May 1 as guided by the Region's Drought Management Plan and apply to all SCRD water users.
Results of monthly wastewater effluent monitoring, including Fecal Coliforms counts for testing locations throughout the District.
The District of Sechelt recently awarded the Sunshine Coast Cold Weather Shelter with a grant for $9,000.
The District of Sechelt was one of 150 communities throughout BC to receive a grant. Sechelt will receive $65,000 to repair and restore the Rockwood Lodge.
It is noted that the ammonia result is above the regulatory limit. Higher than normal results could be due to seasonal changes with regards to the biological process (microbes) in the treatment process.
A closer look at the range of work local governments do – specifically, the numerous daily, weekly, and monthly tasks that keep staff busy.
This year’s theme was “My Cultural Heritage” and ten elementary schools from across the Sunshine Coast responded with over 300 entries.
Sechelt and the British Columbia Government and Service Employees Union ratified a new Collective Agreement effective January 1, 2016 to December 30, 2020
Average daily flow and effluent parameters within regulated limits.