Welcome

Welcome. The Regional District provides local government services to an area of 107,000km² in northwestern British Columbia. Member municipalities are Kitimat, Terrace, Stewart, Hazelton and New Hazelton.

The Regional District administers over 40 "functions" or services including rural land use planning, community water system, fire protection, tranportation system and library services. 

The Regional District employs approximately 30 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 16th, 2017

Please note an error was identified in the Curbside Collection Guide and the following is a service schedule correction for Easter:

Curbside Collection WILL NOT occur on Good Friday (April 14th).  This is a statutory holiday.
If you live in Lower Thornhill and Lakesle East, collection will occur the next business day - Monday April 17th.

Regular collection will also occur on Monday April 17th for residents of...

February 15th, 2017
 NOTICE OF PUBLIC INPUT
 
2017-2021 Financial Plan
  
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January 5th, 2017

Where are new bike racks needed the most in Thornhill? Click below to provide your input:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9CGPWLW

As part of the Thornhill Active Transportation Plan implementation process, the Regional District will be placing new bike racks in Thornhill during the Spring of 2017. ...

October 26th, 2016

Click here for the Governments of Canada and British Columbia News Release re: The Governments of Canada and British Columbia fund new Upper Skeena Recreation Centre.

October 24th, 2016

Request for comments - Residential Two-Tier Electricity Rates

Request for Comments

Residential two-tier electricity rates

Most residents in BC pay for electricity on a two-tier rate (known as a residential inclining block rate or a residential conservation rate). Under the two-tier rates, customers pay a lower price for electricity consumed up to a threshold and a higher price for electricity consumed above...