The Strathcona Regional District is involved in a variety of projects that look to improve the community as a whole. The public plays an important role in the planning process and input is sought in many different ways throughout the development of a plan or regulations.
This project will bring new or improved high-speed internet accessibility to 154 rural and remote coastal communities, including 56 Indigenous communities representing 44 First Nations, along the BC coast from north of Prince Rupert, to Haida Gwaii, south to Vancouver, and around Vancouver Island.Learn More
The project activities include test pits, vegetation maintenance, rebuilding the north end of the dike, as well as replacing the outlet box.Learn More
New Energy Efficiency Upgrade is Underway at Strathcona Gardens The two ice surfaces are currently in the process of a complete upgrade to the CO2 refrigeration system as part of the 4.6 million Energy Efficiency Upgrade funded through the Federal Gas Tax Fund. With today’s concern for the environment, energy efficiency and safety, CO2 (Carbon…Learn More
An Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is a long-term plan developed in consultation with community members to identify a shared vision for sustainability.Learn More
In 2013, the SRD started a process to review and evaluate recreation programs and services at Strathcona Gardens, with the goal of addressing aging components of the facility while continuing to provide our high level of service in a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment.Learn More
Community health networks bring together people from wide-ranging backgrounds, roles and perspectives to act on issues that impact health and well-being in their communities. Find out more about this local service and access contact information for further resources.Learn More