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. It has 1,665 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 1,020 residents and is represented on the Regional District Board by Mayor Owen Torgerson.
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 Murry Krause, Terri McConnachie and Kyle Sampson.
The District of Mackenzie has a population of 3,507 and occupies 213 square kilometres. The District is represented on the Regional District Board by Mayor Joan Atkinson.
The Village of McBride has a population of 586 and is represented on the Regional District Board by Director Allan Frederick.
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 Pat Crook.
Electoral Area D contains the rural communities of Tabor Lake, Pineview, Buckhorn, Red Rock and Stoner. It is home to 4,175 residents and is represented by Director Bill Empey.
Regional Parks Plan Review
Jan 13, 2021
Help set a clear direction and priorities for our regional parks over the next 10 years.
Click here to review the DRAFT Regional Parks Plan and a fact sheet.
Regional District Services during COVID-19
Dec 7, 2020
Updated information on all RD services and facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Access to the RD office at 155 George Street is by appointment only at this time, and anyone entering RD facilities must wear a mask.
Road Maintenance Contacts
Mar 3, 2021
Upgrades to Cummings Road Regional Transfer Station
Feb 26, 2021
Learn more about the upgrades at the site for better traffic flow, more recycling opportunities, and improved safety for customers, waste/recycling haulers and onsite staff.
Land Use Planning
Feb 24, 2021
Landfill & Transfer Station Operating Hours
Oct 31, 2020
Oct 30, 2020
Jul 17, 2020
With a high volume of applications, issuing building permits is taking up to two weeks. Ensure there aren't further delays by including all build documents - incomplete applications are not accepted.
155 George St. Hours
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm (Closed on Statutory Holidays)