Current News

Job Opportunity - Parks Summer Students

3/27/2017

The District of Sechelt requires two Parks Summer Students for the period of May 1, 2017 – August 31, 2017

Statement on results of online Citizen Satisfaction Survey

3/23/2017

The District thanks all who provided their input. Unfortunately, problems with self-selection of respondents and insufficient technological filters invalidated the responses received.

March 2017 Development Application Action Chart

3/23/2017

A Development Application Action Chart has been created to allow Council and the public to be informed on the status of active development applications in Sechelt.

Public Notice - Business Improvement Area Bylaw

3/17/2017

Council gives notice that it proposes to undertake a Business Improvement Area service as described here.

Petition Against Downtown Business Improvement Area Service

3/10/2017

Business owners within the DBIA area have until April 3, 2017 to vote against the proposed bylaw.

Employment Opportunity - Director of Planning and Development

3/9/2017

The District of Sechelt is seeking an experienced planner with management experience to join our senior management team as our Director of Planning and Development.

Andrew Yeates to join the District as Chief Administrative Officer

3/7/2017

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Council is pleased to announce that Mr. Andrew Yeates will be joining the District staff as Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) April 1, 2017.

February 2017 - Water Resource Centre Effluent Report

3/7/2017

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.

Mayor's Message - February, 2017

3/7/2017

A closer look at the range of work local governments do – specifically, the numerous daily, weekly, and monthly tasks that keep staff busy.

Streetlight banners in Civic Square showcase youth artwork

3/2/2017

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This year’s theme was “My Cultural Heritage” and ten elementary schools from across the Sunshine Coast responded with over 300 entries.
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