The colourful and inspiring artwork wraps around three sides of the public washroom building at Friendship Park, 5482 Wharf Avenue.
A recent donation to the District of Sechelt’s Public Art Collection is now on display in the Sechelt Public Library. Night Forest, 1962 by the late Don Jarvis was generously gifted to the District of
The $96,700 grant will support a special community project aligned with the Sechelt Arts Festival in celebration of the Canada 150 Anniversary in 2017.
The Sechelt Water Resource Centre continues to perform within the regulated limits of the District's license for this facility; with the exception of BOD (biochemical oxygen demand) and Fecal Coliform
Effluent test results within all operating parameters.
Welcome to our new responsive and mobile friendly website design.
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.
Please join us at an open house to gather input from the public on the proposed plan for Phase Two of the Suncoaster Trail.