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Schedule of events

Join the Committee of the Whole meetings to watch presentations from each department and participate at the question and answer session following the meeting. Check out the agendas for more information and the calendar for links to join.

Public participation sessions are scheduled for noon on the Monday following each committee of the whole meeting so Council can hear from you. Two evening public participations sessions are also planned:

  • Wed March 10, 3pm: Committee of the Whole - Tourism, Library, RCMP, One-time and New Operating requests, Capital budget requests
  • Mon March 15, 12pm: Public participation on topics from March 10 Committee meeting
  • Wed March 24, 3pm: Committee of the Whole - Capital Budget requests
  • Mon March 29, 7:30 - 8:30pm: Public participation - Capital budget requests
  • Wed March 31, 3pm: Special Committee of the Whole - Capital budget requests and deliberation
  • Tues April 6, 12pm: Public participation session on topics from March 31 Committee meeting
  • Wed April 14, 3pm: Special Committee of the Whole - Capital budget requests and deliberation

Council will continue budget deliberations into April, with the final 2021 Budget and Five Year Financial Plan to be adopted before May 15, per the Community Charter. Special Committee of the Whole Meetings may be scheduled if additional time is needed.

Other ways to Have Your Say:

  • Click on the department links above to take the budget surveys.
  • Email us at finance@sechelt.ca
  • Call and ask to speak to a member of the budget team 604-885-1986


Community Facilities

Community Facilities provides opportunities for citizens, businesses, and organizations of the District to rent facilities for public or private events and activities. Facilities include the Rockwood Lodge, Mission Point House, Seaside Centre, Kirkland House, and Robertson House.

Municipal Buildings

Municipal Buildings include the Municipal Hall and Library building, and the RCMP and Justice Services Building (JSB). Efficient maintenance and operation of these facilities enables the District to effectively serve the public.


Wharves provide waterfront access to the public as well as moorage for private and commercial watercraft. Trail Bay Wharf also has a float for swimmers and boaters accessible to the public from the May long weekend to late September. Davis Bay Pier is open to pedestrians, swimmers, and fishing. The Porpoise Bay Government Wharf includes a boat launch, moorage, parking, and access for pedestrians.