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CVRD main reception and building permit administration services have been relocated to the Cowichan Community Centre. However, in-person service is limited to receiving payments and documents.
The funding provides a total of $1,543,000 to ensure the regional district can continue to deliver services during the COVID-19 pandemic recovery.
Residents and visitors alike will benefit from significant upgrades made to the Cowichan Valley Trail, following a culvert failure that occurred in 2020.
The CVRD has once again been provided provincial funding to help residents retire old wood-burning appliances for cleaner and more efficient home heating options.
Residents of the Cowichan Valley are even closer to a modern hospital as significant milestones have been reached, including the land transfer and the issuing of a request for proposals (RFP).
The offices of the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) will be closed to its staff and the public to allow for significant restoration work to be completed.
The CVRD is developing a directory of local businesses delivering community values to be used for more immediate and routine purchasing needs.
The Cowichan Valley Regional District has declared a state of local emergency for the region, as widespread flooding forces resident evacuations and cuts off key transportation corridors.
CVRD Watermain Flushing Schedule