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The CVRD Board of Directors passed a motion that the Three-Stream Curbside service will include food and yard waste, recycling, garbage and glass collection for all eligible residents in CVRD Electoral Areas.
The CVRD Fire Rescue Services and Mesachie Lake Volunteer Fire Dept. are pleased to announce the completion of retrofits and upgrades to the Mesachie Lake Fire Hall.
Sept. 20, 2023:
After this week’s resampling was completed, two days of consecutive clean lab results show no coliforms/indicators present in the affected Mesachie Lake water system. Island Health has determined the water is acceptable for potabl...
The CVRD launched Phase 2 of Community Engagement in the spring of 2023, with two feasible options for the three-stream curbside collection service shared for community feedback. These options incorporated what was learned in Phase 1 of the community enga...
The CVRD is proceeding with construction of the Shawnigan Rail with Trail connection between Thrush Road at Shawnigan Wharf Park and Old Mill Park.
The CVRD invites applications for volunteer members of two new recreation advisory bodies: the Cowichan South Recreation Commission and the Cowichan Lake Community Hall Advisory Committee.
The Cowichan area is experiencing ongoing seasonal drought.We are urging residents and businesses to conserve water where possible in order to avoid moving to Stage 4 water restrictions and its potential impacts on all residents and businesses.
The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD), Emergency Management Cowichan (EMC) and partners are pleased to announce the launch of the emcowichan.ca website.
Through the Provincial Disaster Financial Assistance Program, the CVRD will receive up to 90% of the project costs to restore critical infrastructure along the CVT between Agira Road and Sherman Road , currently estimated in the range of $900,000.
While a public-private hybrid model had been previously considered as an option, several factors including the logistics, feasibility and union agreements determined that a single service provider was the best option for the region as a whole.
As in 2022, movement between water restriction stages in the Cowichan region will be happen in sync with the provincial drought levels as determined by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy.