Electoral Area E is located south of Prince George and contains the rural communities of Woodpecker and Hixon. The area has 479 rural residents and is represented by Director Art Kaehn.
Electoral Area A includes the rural communities of Salmon River, Ness Lake, Nukko Lake, Reid Lake, North Kelly Hobby Ranches and the Chief Lake/Pilot Mountain area. There are 3,362 residents who are represented by Director Warren Wilson.
Electoral Area H includes the communities of Dome Creek, Dunster, Crescent Spur, McBride and Valemount. Area H has 1665 rural residents (not including the Villages of McBride and Valemount) represented by Director Dannielle Alan.
Electoral Area C includes the rural communities of Mud River, Beaverly, Miworth and West Lake. There are 3,434 residents who are represented by Director Lara Beckett.
The Village of Valemount has 1020 residents. The Village is represented on the Regional District Board by Mayor Jeannette Townsend.
Electoral Area F is located east of Prince George and occupies 12, 679 square kilometres. It is home to 1207 residents and includes the communities of Shelley, Giscome, Willow River, Upper Fraser, Sinclair Mills, Longworth and Penny. Area F is represented by Director Kevin Dunphy.
The City of Prince George occupies 328 square kilometres and has a population of 71,974. There are four representatives on the Regional District Board: Mayor Lyn Hall and Councillors Frank Everitt, Albert Koehler and Murry Krause.
The District of Mackenzie has a population of 3507 and occupies 213 square kilometres. The District is represented on the Regional District Board by Mayor Pat Crook.
The Village of McBride has a population of 586 and is represented on the Regional District Board by Mayor Loranne Martin.
Electoral Area G communities include Summit Lake, Bear Lake, McLeod Lake and Mackenzie. There are 317 residents in the rural areas who are represented by Director Terry Burgess.
Electoral Area D contains the rural communities of Tabor Lake, Pineview, Buckhorn, Red Rock and Stoner. It is home to 4175 residents and is represented by Director Bill Empey.
Mar 7, 2017
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Proposed Valemount Curling Club Service
Aug 22, 2017
Eligible voters in the Village of Valemount and a defined portion of Electoral Area H will be participating in an assent vote on September 30, 2017 to show if they are in favour of establishing a taxable service that will assist in funding the operational costs of the Valemount Curling Club, the borrowing for capital improvements to replace the existing aging ice plant and make necessary repairs and improvements to the Curling Club facility.
Public Information Meeting Sept 14th, 2017
Mackenzie Landfill Conversion
Jul 4, 2017
Do you have questions about the Mackenzie Landfill Conversion to a Transfer Station?
We have answers. Click HERE for more Information.
Jun 29, 2017
If you have received a property tax notice from the Province of BC please note that it can be paid at Service BC. The Regional District is not authorized to accept payment.
Mar 31, 2017
Please Note: Hours of operation change to summer hours as of April 1.
155 George St. Hours are:
8:00am to 5:00pm - Monday to Friday - Closed on Statutory Holidays