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Archive: July 2017

Art in the Streets

7/31/2017

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Four new artworks have arrived in Sechelt in the form of colourful vinyl wraps on BC Hydro utility boxes.

Special Weather Statement for Coastal Area - July 30/17

7/31/2017

Environment Canada statement regarding an extended stretch of forecasted hot weather.

RFP 2017-17 Municipal Hall Boiler Replacement Re-Issue Notice

7/31/2017

The District of Sechelt is proposing to replace the two (2) existing gas boilers, pumps, any isolation valves and redundant piping with two (2) state of the art high efficiency 260,000 BTU natural gas

Traffic Impact Study (Proposed developments in Cowrie St. area)

7/28/2017

The Final Traffic Impact Study for the Spani, Clayton and 5907 Cowrie Developments has been released. 

Learn about Sechelt's Integrated Community Susutainability Plan Process

7/26/2017

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An Integrated Community Sustainability Plan is a long-term plan that provides direction for the community to realize sustainability objectives for the environmental, social, cultural and economic dimensions of its identity.

Water Resource Centre Effluent Report - June, 2017

7/25/2017

All certified test results are within the regulatory limits and the Water Resource Center is in compliance.

Trellis Application for Silverstone Care Centre remains active

7/25/2017

Trellis has advised the District that its application for a facility on Derby Road in Sechelt remains active.

Mayors Message - July 2017

7/21/2017

Sechelt has no shortage of summer activities and events for people of all ages and interests to enjoy.

Trail Bay Pier Float re-opening

7/20/2017

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A District contractor will be making final adjustments in the coming days.

Stage 2 SCRD Outdoor Water Use Restrictions in Effect July 21

7/17/2017

Effective July 21, 2017, and until further notice, the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) has declared Stage 2 outdoor water use restrictions for all regional water customers.
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