Subdivision Servicing Bylaw No. 641 applies to all Electoral Areas within the Columbia Shuswap Regional District. If you are applying for a subdivision, this bylaw applies to you.
Proposed Subdivision Servicing Amendment (CSRD) Bylaw No. 641-2
January 2018 - Update
The CSRD is contemplating amendments to Subdivision Servicing Bylaw No. 641. The proposed amendments were initially to account for changes in legislation from the Provincial Government, most notably, the Water Sustainability Act, and associated regulations.
If you have been through the subdivision process or have technical expertise in either the process or the servicing requirements, the CSRD would like to obtain your input into the existing bylaw and the proposed amendments.
Subdivision Servicing Bylaw No. 641
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|General Requirements for Pump Tests||Link|
|Pump Test Monitoring for the Proposed Well||Link|
|Pump Test Monitoring for the Adjacent Wells||Link|
|Procedures for Assessment & Demonstration of Water Availability||Link|
|Guidelines for Assessment & Demonstration of Water Quality||Link|
|Figure B.3 - Drawdown and Recovery Diagram||Link|
You must apply to both the CSRD and Ministry of Transportation for subdivision. See the How Do I Apply? below for details.
Subdivision within the electoral areas or non-municipal portions of the Regional District is approved by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure refers each application for subdivision to a variety of public agencies and ministries as well as the Regional District, for comment on such issues as septic disposal, heritage or archeological importance, flood potential, habitat conflict and local regulation.
The information below describes the role of the Regional District in the subdivision approval process. Go to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure's approval process for rural subdivisions, to learn about their process.