Posted on Wednesday, June 21, 2023 04:12 PM
syíyaya Days kicks off on Wednesday, June 21, 2023. This one of a kind partnership between the District of Sechelt, the shíshálh Nation, and the syíyaya Reconciliation Movement has events taking place nearly every day concluding with a community parade on July 1.
2023 Theme: Every Child Has it in Them to Shine
The event offerings are great. Hurry! Make sure you RSVP and sign up as spaces are limited.Visit the syíyaya Days calendar now
Posted on Thursday, June 15, 2023 10:45 AM
Ever wondered where septage from septic tanks, porta potties, sludge from our community sewer system and even the collections on BC Ferries go? To the septage receiving facility here in Sechelt.
The septage receiving facility on Dusty Road is coming to the end of its operational life and the lease for the property expires in 2031. We're looking ahead now so that plans are in place to make a possible shift to a new facility easily.
This project affects the entire Sunshine Coast including homes and...
Posted on Monday, May 29, 2023 01:30 PM
Construction Begins on Active Transportation Route
Just in time for GoByBike week, MLA Nicholas Simons, Mayor Henderson and students from West Sechelt Elementary dug golden shovels into the ground to kick off construction of Sechelt’s newest active transportation route and expansion. Active transportation is human-powered transportation such as walking, running, cycling and rolling.
"When we make it safe and easy for people to walk or cycle, we create more accessible, better connected, and more...
Posted on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 09:16 AM
Pedestrians – be extra careful!
Spring is just around the corner…I hope! The daylight still needs to catch up to us, or we to them which means that mornings and evenings are still quite dark.
Tragically, we’ve had some pedestrian vs. vehicle incidents recently resulting in injury and death. This is a huge reminder to us all that no matter who was in the right, when a pedestrian is faced with a vehicle, the vehicle always “wins”. If you are out walking and using a crosswalk (please use a...
Posted on Friday, January 19, 2024 08:07 AM
Due to slushy and messy side road conditions, waste collection for Friday, January 19 is CANCELLED.
Pick up Plan
Garbage, recycling and organics will be collected next Friday on the regular collection day. There will not be yard waste pick up that day.
Thank you for your understanding.