Because older adults, and people with medical conditions are at greater risk of serious illness from COVID-19, the Strathcona Regional District and City of Campbell River are sharing important information to help keep community members healthy.
Current public health orders (marked with “!!”) and official government announcements, are summarized below into one list to help navigate the sea of new information out there. (Current as of April 2, 2020) EMERGENCY STATUS Public Health Emergency declared, effective March 17, 2020. Provincial State of Emergency declared, effective March 18, 2020. New Ministerial Orders March…
The SRD proudly continues to provide services for residents, local builders and developers in light of COVID-19.
This emergency assistance initiative recognizes the value of organized response to assist vulnerable members of our communities with food and other essentials.
The April 18th &19th event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
This is a regularly evolving situation, with changes on a day-by-day and even hour-by-hour basis - current as of Mar 27/20.
Open burning restrictions effective immediately for all High Smoke Sensitivity Zones across the province until Wednesday April 15th, 2020.
Open fires will be banned, with the exception of a campfire which is defined as a fire less than 50 cm used for heat, cooking or recreational purposes using firewood.
Campbell River, BC – To help stop the spread of COVID-19, protect residents and encourage social distancing in our community the Strathcona Regional District (SRD) is taking additional precautionary measures by closing some of its parks until further notice and reminding residents to comply with social distancing. SRD parks & facilities CLOSED due to nature…
This is a regularly evolving situation, with changes on a day-by-day and even hour-by-hour basis. Here is a summary of current public health orders and official government announcements with helpful resources and links included.
SRD Administrative Office is closing its doors to the public but remaining accessible by phone and email
SRD is taking additional precautionary measures by closing the administrative office doors to the public, staff remain accessible by phone and email.
The SRD is accessible by phone and email, encouraging the community to follow health and self-isolation guidelines
The SRD is accessible by phone and email, encouraging the community to follow health and self-isolation guidelines As a precautionary measure to help slow and limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, The Strathcona Regional District (SRD) is accessible by phone and email, encouraging the public to follow health and self-isolation guidelines as recommended by…
SRD and City of Campbell River emergency response to COVID-19 and business continuity planning resources
The Strathcona Regional District (SRD) and the City of Campbell River are working to continue to provide essential services.
Strathcona Regional District is closing the Quadra Island Community Centre for non-essential services until further notice as a precautionary measure to help slow and limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
COVID-19 Update 2 | Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex, community centres and halls in Sayward, Quadra and Cortes will be closed until further notice
As a precautionary measure to help slow and limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Strathcona Regional District are closing recreation facilities, community centres and community halls until further notice.
The situation regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve. In an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, the SRD will continue to follow the advice of the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Provincial Health Officer.
The SRD is encouraging the public to follow the recommendations of health authorities to protect themselves and others.
With Spring in the air and warmer temperatures on the horizon, thoughts start to turn towards the outdoors and the opportunities it holds for adventure
SRD will focus on building better connections; in our communities, with our environment, through service delivery and in our internal and external relationships.
Under the terms of the proposed agreement the Regional District would lend up to $14 million to the VIRL for the construction of a new public library facility.