(includes D’Arcy, Devine, Birken)
Public Meeting and Open House - Proposed Multi-Sport Recreation Facility
Location: Pemberton Community Centre (Room B)
Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014
Time: 5:30 - 6:30 PM & 7:00-8:00 PM Open House Displays
6:30 - 7:00 PM Presentation
Have Your Say! - Please follow this link http://rec.haveyoursay.pemberton.ca/
The Winds of Change, a collaborative partnership formed by the Village of Pemberton, Mount Currie Band and SLRD Area C, is working to reduce the harm associated with drug and alcohol misuse and promoting healthy lifestyle choices as an alternative. The Committee was recently awarded funds from BC Healthy Communities to develop a Community Alcohol Policy (CAP) for the three jurisdictions. The CAP is being developed through a community consultation process now underway that includes: an online survey and interviews with key community stakeholders.
SLRD announces new tipping fees at the PembertonTransfer Station
Changes will better align user fees throughout the corridor
The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District is looking for a responsible, enthusiastic and outgoing seasonal Recreation Worker for our summer activities, projects and events. Under the general supervision of the Recreation Program Specialist, the candidate will carry out recreation programs, events and other tasks, in the recreation needs/interests of the community.
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BC Transit, in collaboration with local area partners including the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD), District of Squamish, the Village of Pemberton, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), Lil'wat Nation and the Squamish Nation, is developing a 25 year Transit Future Plan for the region.
The Sea to Sky Transit Future Plan development team will be conducting a series of open houses and stakeholder meetings throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor this spring.
Your input will play an important role in what the transit system could look like in 25 years.
Pemberton, BC – The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) and Sea to Sky Community Services Society (SSCSS) have announced plans to remove the preschool play structure located on the grounds of the Pemberton and District Community Centre. Safety concerns and the cost to refurbish the aging equipment are the major reasons for the decision. The work, which will be done by SLRD staff with the assistance of a contract landscaper, is expected to take place in April, subject to weather conditions and the preschool program schedule.
Electoral Area C is known for its spectacular beauty, characterized by numerous rivers, productive agricultural lands, and steep mountainous vistas. At about 5,600 square kilometers in size, Electoral Area C is the largest area in the regional district, and is also is the most populous. Area C is home to long-time residents with agricultural roots, young families new to the area, part-time residents, and the growing Líl’wat and N’Quatqua First Nations.