Regional Growth Strategy

The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) was established in 1967, and is geographically the largest regional district in BC, encompassing approximately twelve million hectares (119, 337 square kilometers). The PRRD serves a population of 66,477 residents, seven incorporated communities and four electoral areas that represent over 40 unincorporated (rural) communities. There are eight First Nation communities within the District's boundaries, which also include part of the traditional lands of the McLeod Lake Indian Band. (from the PRRD Website)

For more on the PRRD please follow this link: PRRD


Regional Growth Strategy Community Workbook link

Regional Growth Strategy Community Workbook Form Fillable Link