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The ACRD is updating its current Zoning Bylaw. There's still an opportunity to provide input.
Harvesting activities are planned to begin adjacent to the trail on Tuesday, December 6, 2022.
 
 

Public Notices and Announcements

Notices and Public Announcements

Alberni Clayoquot Health Network is seeking members

The Alberni Clayoquot Health Network is looking for new members.

This group is a mechanism for citizens working and living in the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District to come together and speak with a collective voice on health issues and share ideas and resources to build healthier communities. The Network aims to improve health and well-being and focus on the social determinants of health. Learn more and download the ACHN's Strategic Plan, at www.achn.ca.

For more information, go to:

  • Alberni Clayoquot Health Network Recruitment 2022
  • Forestry activity close to Inlet Trail

    Mosaic Forest Management has advised all users of the Alberni Inlet trail that harvesting activities are planned to begin adjacent to the trail on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 (areas shown in orange on attached notice). These operations will occur on Mosaic private managed forest land near areas of the Alberni Inlet Trail from 2.8 km to 4.0 km.

    For more details, please check out the

  • Alberni Inlet Trail notice, Dec. 2022, from Mosaic Forest Management.
  • Stay safe during winter weather

    The Bread of Life provides overnight shelter when extreme weather is forecasted to ensure residents' health and safety.

    For more information on BC Housing, follow this Link

    To learn more about winter shelter spaces, go to this Link

    To see a map of all shelter openings, visit this Link

    For weather update alerts, visit Environment Canada at this link Link

    Construction on Karen Place Watermain Replacement

    Bowerman Construction Ltd. will be commencing with construction on the Karen Place Watermain Replacement project for the Alberni Clayoquot Regional District, beginning September 2022, with completion currently anticipated for November 2022.

    The project involves the installation of approximately 700 metres of 150 mm diameter PVC watermain, including 22 water services, appurtenances, and surface restoration.The project will reduce costs, and water loss due to emergency watermain breaks. Residents will be notified in advance of any scheduled water service disruptions, however, there is the potential of unscheduled interruptions of water service.

    Karen Place falls within the Beaver Creek Water System, which is the responsibility of the ACRD. You can learn more about the Beaver Creek Water System HERE.

    For more information, please refer to this notice from Bowerman Construction Ltd.