Current News

New Program Targets Invasive Plants on the Coast

4/26/2018

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The District of Sechelt recently awarded the Pender Harbour Wildlife Society with a CIP grant for their Coast-wide Invasive Plant Species program.

News Release - Sechelt sets 2018 tax rate

4/24/2018

Sechelt Financial Plan Bylaw receives first two readings. This sets the 2018 tax rate

Meeting Cancellation- April 25, 2018 Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee Meeting

4/20/2018

NOTICEPlease note that the April 25th, 2018 Public Works, Parks and Environment Committee Meeting has been cancelledThank you 

Sechelt Grant Supports Library’s Maker Space & Technology Program

4/19/2018

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The District of Sechelt recently awarded the Sechelt Public Library Association’s Maker Space & Technology Education Program with a Community Investment Program grant for $7,500.

News Release - Sechelt audit indicates strong financial position

4/19/2018

District of Sechelt independent audit indicates strong financial position.

News Release - District receives BC Hydro re-greening grant

4/16/2018

District of Sechelt receives re-greening grant to fund Adopt a Tree program.

News Release - District launches fact-check webpage

4/10/2018

District of Sechelt launches new fact-check page on website called For the Record

Public Hearing for Spectrum of Care

4/9/2018

The District of Sechelt will be holding a Public Hearing regarding an amendment to the Official Community Plan.

Public Hearing - Luch and McCarter Rezoning 2018-03-27

3/16/2018

The District of Sechelt will be holding a Public Hearing regarding an application to rezone the property at 5980 Sechelt Inlet Road from the “RR-2 - RURAL 2 ZONE” to a modified “I-6 - INDUSTRIAL 6 ZONE”, to allow for light industrial uses. The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 at 7:00pm in the Community Meeting Room at the District of Sechelt.

Mayor's Message March 2018: Sechelt Water

3/13/2018

Water is essential to life, how we manage water determines our quality of life. Our water supply is managed through the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD). The SCRD sources the water, treats it
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