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Welcome to 2017 and best wishes from the District of Sechelt.The new calendar year seems to be a ‘natural’ time to assess our situation and review our plans for the future. Sechelt Council members did
Recent users of the Chapman Creek Trail system may have noticed “No Trespass” signs. The public is being asked to stay on the municipal trail that is clearly signposted, and to respect the no trespassing signage that has been erected by the private property owner.
Garbage pick up may be interrupted during severe weather conditions. Check the Direct Disposal website: http://directdisposal.ca/category/notice-board/ updates.
Average daily flow and effluent parameters within regulated limits.
Sechelt and the British Columbia Government and Service Employees Union ratified a new Collective Agreement effective January 1, 2016 to December 30, 2020
This year’s theme was “My Cultural Heritage” and ten elementary schools from across the Sunshine Coast responded with over 300 entries.
A closer look at the range of work local governments do – specifically, the numerous daily, weekly, and monthly tasks that keep staff busy.
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.
Results of monthly wastewater effluent monitoring, including Fecal Coliforms counts for testing locations throughout the District.
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.