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The CVRD's Chief Election Officer has declared an Election by Voting and Election by Acclamation for the 2022 General Local Elections.
The CVRD continues to partner with Habitat for Humanity Mid-Vancouver Island to offer a Pop-Up Donation Drop for new or gently used building materials and home décor at Bings Creek Recycling Centre on Friday September 23 and Friday October 7, 2022
The CVRD is pleased to announce that Danielle Myles Wilson has accepted the position of Chief Administrative Officer. Danielle brings seven years of local government management experience and a decade of working with the Province of BC in various roles.
Through this process, four underserved communities were prioritized for the development of connectivity roadmaps: Thetis & Penelakut Islands, Cowichan Station, Ditidaht First Nation, and the Cowichan Lake region.
With the Province of British Columbia moving Vancouver Island to Drought Level 3, all water systems in the Cowichan region have moved to Stage 2 water restrictions effective immediately.
Currently, there are nine recreation facilities within the CVRD that have been identified as regionally significant that are owned and operated by different jurisdictions, and funded inequitably by different tax payers within the region.
The CVRD is seeking public input regarding enthusiasm for and prioritization of routes within the draft Regional Active Transportation Plan.
Due to increased water demands, all users of the Burnum water system (between Cobble Hill and Shawnigan Lake) are required to comply with Stage 3 water restrictions.
Local governments and water purveyors across the Cowichan region have collaborated to add an additional stage of water restrictions to deal with extreme drought conditions as experienced in the summer of 2021.