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Help Shape the Tree Protection Bylaw!

We're updating the Tree Protection Bylaw, and we need to hear from you! Tell us your priorities for tree protection on private property. Visit connectnorthsaanich.ca/tree-bylaw to find out more, complete the online survey and add your ideas (survey and ideas…

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November 16 Council Meeting

The Monday, November 16, Council agenda is available at northsaanich.ca/council-meetings. Agenda topics for consideration include: Tsehum Harbour/Shoal Harbour Update3rd quarter reports: Budget variance, CAO and Planning & Development ServicesGreen waste composting facility upgradesOpen Burning and Green Waste Facility Operations: This…

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Official Community Plan Review

Apply to the Advisory Working Group Applications to join the Official Community Plan (OCP) Review Advisory Working Group (AWG) are due on Monday, October 19. We are looking for people from a diversity of backgrounds and experience to join this…

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Appointments to Advisory Commissions

The District of North Saanich is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving on the following Commissions and Committees: Community Agricultural CommissionCommunity Planning CommissionCommunity Stewardship CommissionSaanich Peninsula Water / Wastewater CommissionVictoria Airport Authority Noise Management Committee Find out more and…

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Our Future, Our North Saanich

Official Community Plan Engagement Launch Public engagement on the Official Community Plan (OCP) Review has launched. The OCP guides decisions on how we use and manage our lands, and is a reflection of our shared values and vision for the…

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Tree Planting Initiative

In celebration of National Tree Day, the District planted 70 trees, mostly native, around North Saanich during the latter part of September, including at Green Park and Lillian Hoffar Park. Newly planted trees include Oak (Oregon white oak), Red Cedar,…

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