Electoral Area A

Notice of Development Variance Permit (DVP) 641-33

View Notice of DVP641-33

What is DVP641-33?

TAKE NOTICE that the Columbia Shuswap Regional District has received an application from Blueberry Hill Land Corporation for a Development Variance Permit which, if issued, would waive several sections of Subdivision Servicing Bylaw No. 641 with regard to water servicing as listed below. The requested variances are to the servicing requirements for Proposed Lot 2 on the Proposed Plan of Subdivision as shown on Page 3 of this letter:

CSRD makes offer to purchase property adjacent to Golden Landfill

Columbia Shuswap Regional District Directors, seeking to create more separation between the Golden Landfill site and its neighbours, have authorized an offer to purchase 10-acres of adjoining property to the south of the site. The 10-acres would be used strictly to create a larger buffer zone for nearby properties.

The parcel of land is owned by Akamina Woods Developments (Weissenborn Family property), located at 220 Golden Donald Upper Road. The amount offered to purchase the 10-acres is $72,000 plus applicable taxes.

Love parks? Join one of our parks advisory committees

We love our parks. But they need more than just love. 

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District parks system needs people to offer ideas and input to assist in setting priorities and developing future plans. 

The CSRD is looking for residents of Electoral Areas A, C, D, E and F who want to help our parks and recreation amenities thrive. 

In order to participate, and Expression of Interest form must be filled out and submitted to the CSRD by February 15, 2019. 

Electoral Area A Local Advisory Committee Invitation For Expressions Of Interest

The Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) is inviting Expressions of Interest from individuals interested in participating on the Electoral Area A Local Advisory Committee (LAC) for a two-year term for 2019 to 2020. The term will expire on December 31, 2020.  

The LAC will consist of up to nine volunteers who will provide local input to the Electoral Area Director on service delivery and community issues that are the responsibility of and can be provided by the CSRD.

Trained Emergency Support Volunteers needed in the CSRD

Statistically, natural disasters like wildfires and floods are happening more frequently and are more severe. The Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) is no exception, as evidenced by flooding, landslides and wildfires in both 2017 and 2018.

As such, the CSRD, the Town of Golden and the City of Revelstoke are looking to expand the base of Emergency Support Services volunteers who can be called upon to assist when needed.


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