Archive: December 2018
Over the next few months, District of Sechelt Council will go through the process of approving the Financial Plan and Property Tax Rates for 2019. The process involves open dialogue and consultation
2019 Council and Committee of he Whole Meeting Schedule
At their regular meeting on December 5th, Council unanimously adopted a new smoking bylaw that establishes smoke free locations and buffer zones. Following community consultation in 2016 and 2018, the proposed bylaw reflects the community feedback and reflects new Provincial legislation regarding smoking and vaping control.
For the first time in Sechelt’s history, this small town with big city goals has made the top 20 list of Best City for Work in 2019, according to BC Business magazine. Ranking number 12 in BC, Sechelt is poised to attract investors and workers to this seaside community.
The Sechelt Visitor Information Centre (VIC) has been managed, under contract with the District, by the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society since 2004. They have provided notice that they will end the contract on December 31, 2018.