Welcome. The Regional District provides local government services to an area of 100,000km² in northwestern British Columbia. Member municipalities are Kitimat, Terrace, Stewart, Hazelton and New Hazelton.

The Regional District administers over 40 "functions" or services ranging from rural land use planning, to a community water system, to fire protection, to library services, to a public marina. Forecast expenditures in the 2013 Budget are $12,713,000 million.


The Regional District employs approximately 20 full and part-time employees in Terrace and Kitimat.

For information on our departments and their responsibilites, see the Services page.

For a list of Meetings and Events please click on the dates in the Calender on the upper right hand side of this page.

For Regional District Board Meeting  Agendas and Minutes please click here, or click the square button on the left hand side of this page that says 'CivicWeb Board Portal'

February 11th, 2015

Please click here for the 2015-2019 Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine Financial Plan.

February 2nd, 2015

Joint Statement Regarding Racist Comments


In light of a recent online comment regarding First Nations people that generated considerable public reaction and media attention, we would like to emphasize our belief that racism has no place in our society, including online. Our communities are diverse and we value the important and mutually respectful relationship we have with First Nations....

February 10th, 2015

Regional District's Zero Waste Outreach Specialist Kathryn Goodwin is offering this hands-on Workshop.  Participants will learn more about what is included in this recycling program in addition to more information on other Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Diversion programs available in the Terrace Area.  Workshop will be held at the Regional District Board Room.

Workshop #1 - February 18  6:00 - 8:00 pm 

November 18th, 2014

Multi-Materials British Columbia or MMBC has recenlty confirmed that the Bottle Depot in New Hazelton has signed on as a product receiving facility in New Hazelton.  This is a new provincial stewardship program that came into effect in May 2014.

This means that area residents will be able to return a number of products listed under the MMBC program including cardboard, paper, boxboard, some plastics, plastic tubs, trays and clamshells, metal tins and cans and even household...

August 22nd, 2014

Planning to develop property near the lakeshore or aside a watercourse?

The Regional District has produced Lakeshore Development Guidelines for Lakelse Lake to make project planning easier and the results better for the environment. The Guidelines do not represent new policy but consolidate best management practices and information on regulations and permitting requirements of the several government agencies which...