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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.

News Release - Council says ‘no’ to Sechelt Sustainable Community Properties Ltd development

3/8/2018

At the District of Sechelt regular meeting of Council, the proposal from Sechelt Sustainable Community Properties Ltd (SSC) was denied first reading of the zoning amendment bylaw required in order for the proposed development to proceed.

News Release - photo contest

3/7/2018

Submit photos to our Facebook page for entry in the Spring Photo Contest

News Release - Film plastic not allowed in curbside bins

3/6/2018

Film plastic (plastic bags and wrap) is not allowed in Sechelt curbside recycling bins

News Release - Logging in Sechelt residential neighbourhood

2/9/2018

News release regarding the District's position on the logging in Sandy Hook

News Release - LEED Gold certification for Water Resource Centre

2/7/2018

Water Resource Centre achieves LEED Gold certification

Special Council Meeting - January 31, 2018

1/24/2018

PUBLIC NOTICEPlease note that a Special Meeting of District of Sechelt Council has been scheduled as follows:DATE: January 31th, 2018TIME: 4:00 PMLOCATION: Community Meeting Room 1st Floor - 5795

Meeting Cancellation- January 10, 2018 Finance, Culture and Economic Development Committee Meeting

12/22/2017

NOTICE Please note that the January 10th, 2018 Finance, Culture and Economic Development Committee Meeting has been cancelled Thank you

Snow Removal & Seasonal Office Closure

12/21/2017

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Property owners in the District of Sechelt are reminded of the requirement to remove snow and ice from sidewalks.
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