An Overview of SRD Services
The Strathcona Regional District offers a wide variety of services to meet the needs of its communities. Regional services such as building inspections, permits, bylaw enforcement, parks, planning, engineering and waste management are provided.
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View and access our database of all the SRD district bylaws, find out what bylaws are and how they affect you. See our quick list of commonly requested bylaws here.
The Strathcona Emergency Program coordinates local emergency training, drills and exercises to share skills and anticipate challenges prior to an actual event.
SRD will continue monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and taking appropriate precautions. The health and safety of our residents, staff and the provision of our essential services remain our primary focus.
Financial planning, annual reports and more.
The geography of the Strathcona Regional District is diverse: from forested hills, remote inlets, picturesque villages to vibrant urban landscapes. The SRD provides maps and resources via our GIS mapping systems
The Strathcona Regional District requires residents to obtain permits and licenses for businesses and building. Find more information and review guidelines here.
Check here for all information and local contacts regarding roads, snow removal and street lighting services within the Strathcona Regional District.
Find information and contact numbers pertaining to the Strathcona Regional District's sewer system, established by voter approved referendum in 1992/93.
Public transportation resources and information pertaining to the Regional District of Strathcona. Access BC Transit's website and schedules here.
Access information about the collection schedule and accepted items for the Strathcona Regional District's recycling and solid waste clean-up programs.
Access information about Strathcona Regional District's water service areas, water system distribution, current water restrictions and water conservation tips.