Official Community Plans

An Official Community Plan (OCP) is a comprehensive statement of goals, objectives and policies to guide decisions on planning and land use management across the lands covered by the Plan. 

OCPs provide a coordinated action strategy so that property owners, developers and others can evaluate their respective land development plans, undertake projects and make more informed decisions. Read more about Official Community Plans

Planning

Our primary purpose is to encourage growth and manage development

Community Planning

Official Community Plans (OCP)

An Official Community Plan (OCP) is a comprehensive statement of goals, objectives and policies to guide decisions on planning and land use management across the lands covered by the Plan.

OCPs provide a coordinated action strategy so that property owners, developers and others can evaluate their respective land development plans, undertake projects and make more informed decisions. Read more about Community Planning

Zoning and Land Use

Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR)

Most ALR applications are processed through local government (i.e. TNRD) and then, if approved, they are sent onto the Commission. See the FAQ Sheet below for the process and more information. Read more about Zoning and Land Use

Elections and Voting

Local government elections (regional district, municipal and school board) are now held every four years. The next scheduled general local election will be held in the Fall of 2018.

In the event of a vacancy, a by-election may be held.

Local government elections are managed by Chief Election Officers who are appointed independently by each local government. Elections BC administers local elections campaign financing and advertising rules under the Local Elections Campaign Financing Act (LECFA). Read more about Elections and Voting

Human Resources

As an employer, we live our employment values of: "Working together, we provide exceptional public service in a supportive, flexible environment."

Community Services

Providing leadership, expertise and support to a variety of functions within the Regional District.

Finance

The Finance department handles all the ongoing and day to day financial transactions

Emergency Services

The TNRD program will provide the direction and coordination required to respond and recover from major emergencies or disasters.

Mapping & GIS

Over 80 percent of local government information has a spatial component