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Register now for the 8th Annual Upper Island Safety Conference & Trade Show!
The conference is scheduled for May 29-30, 2017 at the Sportsplex in Campbell River. Download your copy of the official program guide or register for the Trade Show.  see more

Temporary trail closure at Oyster River Nature Park
The regional district has received provincial funding to be used for trail improvements at the Oyster River Nature Park. Starting today, the popular Fisherman's Trail will be closed to the public between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. until March 10, 2017, to ensure public safety while workers resurface the trail. See more 

Strathcona Emergency Program offering free courses for emergency preparedness
The regional district's Protective Services Coordinator is offering free emergency program training sessions to the public. Training includes basic lifesaving skills, light urban search and rescue, personal preparedness, basic fire suppression and more.  see details

Regional Board adopts 2017-2021 Financial Plan
After months of development and several iterations, the Strathcona Regional District Board of Directors adopted the 2017-2021 Financial Plan at its February 8 meeting.  see more

Employment Opportunity: Lifeguard/Instructor (part-time)
The regional district is looking for a part-time Lifeguard/Instructor to assist with the safe operation of water-based events and programs at the Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex.  see more

2017 Sayward Valley Solid Waste Clean-up Schedule
The 2017 schedule for the Sayward Sollid Waste Clean-up is now available. This includes household waste items that are too large for regular waste collection.  Learn more

Cortes Island Zoning Bylaw Review Underway
The SRD is updating the 2002 Cortes Island Zoning Bylaw to ensure it is compliant with changes in provincial legislation and other SRD bylaws, and reflects the vision, goals, objectives and policies of the Cortes Island Official Community Plan. Find out more

PUBLIC NOTICE: Trail closure at Oyster River Nature Park
This is to advise the public that sections of trails that exist outside of the Oyster River Nature Park boundary, commonly referred to as the “Pub-to-Pub Trail”,  reside on private property.  An agreement with the private landowner has lapsed and the Strathcona Regional District is working with the property owner to negotiate a renewed agreement that will allow access to those portions of trail corridor resting on private land. In the interim, the property owner has restricted access to the private portions of the trail from the Oyster River Nature Park due to risk and liability associated with erosion and bank stability caused by recent storm events. See more

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