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Discover more about the numerous rebates and financial incentives available for a variety of energy-efficient renovations, how to lower your energy consumption and building a more climate-resilient home.
The CVRD is encouraging residents to avoid open burning on their properties and embrace alternative ways to dispose of yard waste in to support of health for Cowichan Valley residents.
Housing availability and affordability continue to be major issues for the region. Housing inventory is still quite low, with not enough new housing units coming on the market to slow rising home prices and meet demand.
"Today, we stand in solidarity with Indigenous Elders, Leaders, and community members across Canada as we move toward a better future for everyone through learning and understanding of this painful legacy."
Restrictions for water systems across the region have been downgraded to Stage 1, as the provincial drought level for Eastern Vancouver Island was lowered to Level 2. Two CVRD water systems (Woodley Range and Shellwood) remain on Stage 3 restrictions.
The CVRD’s Regional Emergency Operations Centre (REOC) is lifting the State of Local Emergency for the Mt. Hayes wildfire and rescinding the joint Evacuation Alert for 20 residential properties in the surrounding area.
On Monday, BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) continued its efforts to expand the containment area around the Mt. Hayes wildfire.
The status of the wildfire is classified as “Being Held” and there are no changes this evening to the ongoing Evacuation Ale...
The status of the Mt. Hayes wildfires continues to be classified as “Being Held” on Monday with no change at this time to the Evacuation Alerts.
These ongoing Evacuation Alerts are for Takala Road, Ivey Road and David Road, as well as t...
Join the Cowichan Valley Regional District, the Regional District of Nanaimo and experts from across B.C. for a series of FREE webinars! Discover more about the numerous rebates and financial incentives available for a variety of energy-efficient renovati...
The Cowichan Valley Regional District has declared a state of local emergency for the region, as widespread flooding forces resident evacuations and cuts off key transportation corridors.
Effective August 25, 2021 Masks are required when visiting our facility.