View council documents online including the latest council agenda.
View upcoming events happening at our recreation centres and within the Corporation.
An Open House will be held on March 11th to present the updated draft North Delta Area Plan. The meeting will be drop-in format from 4 pm to 8 pm at the Sungod Recreation Centre (gym).
Attend a Public Information Meeting to view and comment on the proposed two-lane roundabout at 112 Street and 80 Avenue in North Delta.
Attend a public meeting to view and comment on the North Delta Ravines Integrated Stormwater Management Plan (ISMP).
The ice arena, cycle-fit studio and rear parking lot of the Ladner Leisure Centre remain closed as those emergency exits are still unavailable for use.
School's out from March 17-28! View spring break programs and activities for children, youth and families.
View highlights from the February 24, 2014 Regular Meeting of Council.
Metro Vancouver staff have begun processing the Regional Growth Strategy amendment request for the Southlands application. Visit Metro Vancouver's website to view the process and draft timeline for the Southlands application.
At the January 27, 2014 Regular Meeting, Delta Council considered a report and resolved to send a letter to BNSF requesting that public consultation be undertaken and that Delta's safety and environmental concerns be addressed during BNSF's formal notification; and send a letter to the Federal Minister of the Environment, requesting that the proposed siding extension be considered a reviewable project under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. View the staff report containing the full list of recommendations as amended by Council and the staff presentation.
View Watermain Flushing schedule for 2014.
In order to reduce traffic congestion during the day, construction work has been scheduled in the evening and early morning hours for the sewer improvements along 120 Street (Scott Road) from 75A Ave to 80 Ave.
View information on Delta's snow and ice control operations.
Come out, meet your neighbours and learn something new this gardening season!
At the January 27, 2014 Regular Meeting, Mayor Lois E. Jackson read a letter from Delta Fire and Emergency Services outlining their research on sprinkler systems and fire safety plans at health care facilities located in Delta. The letter confirms that each of the 17 care facilities in Delta is equipped with sprinkler systems that require annual servicing by an accredited company, along with fire safety plans requiring quarterly drills to familiarize both staff and patients with emergency procedures. For more information on fire safety at health care facilities in the municipality of Delta, please view the letter from the Deputy Fire Chief dated January 24, 2014or contact the Delta Fire Department by telephone at 604-946-8541.
Tilbury Ice Arena Selected as Pilot for Innovative Energy Efficient Ice Resurfacing Technology
Delta Requests an Independent Interagency Review Committee for the Fraser Surrey Docks Proposed Direct Transfer Coal Facility
Delta Council unanimously endorsed staff's recommendation that Delta not support the Fraser Surrey Docks Direct Transfer Coal Facility until an independent interagency review committee is established to address concerns regarding health and environmental impacts from coal transportation and handling.
Win prizes! Visit www.myhealthmycommunity.org to complete a survey that will help develop strategies and programs that promote health and wellness. Survey results will help shape future programs and community services that will benefit you, your family, and your community. The survey was developed by Vancouver Coastal Health, Fraser Health, and the UBC Faculty of Medicine's eHealth Strategy Office.
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) has determined that a Federal environmental assessment is required for the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012. The period for comment on the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Guidelines is now closed. Additional opportunities for public input will be posted as they arise.
As a signatory of the BC Climate Action Charter Delta has achieved carbon neutrality for 2012 municipal operations. Click here to read more.
Delta Council has decided to defer participation in Multi-Material BC's residential stewardship plan for packaging and printed paper until the true cost of joining the program is known and service levels to Delta residents can be assured.
Motorists Advisory: Highway 99 Northbound Exit to Highway 17A/River Road Relocated to its Final Location
Please be informed that the exit from Highway 99 northbound to Highway 17A (formerly Highway 17) and to River Road has been relocated to its final location.
At the November 4, 2013 Regular Meeting, Delta Council authorized staff to continue working with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure on the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project to leverage opportunities and address local concerns.
Trades contractors and professionals related to the construction industry can apply for an Inter-municipal Business Licence to allow them to work in any of six nearby municipalities.
The Corporation of Delta and Metro Vancouver, as joint owners of Burns Bog, a protected nature reserve in Delta, and the largest raised peat bog on the west coast of North America have commenced a civil action in BC Supreme Court against Princess Farms Ltd., Matcon Landfill Management Inc., and Matcon Civil Constructors Inc.
See the map showing the time limited parking in Ladner Village.
Official Community Plan amendment and rezoning applicaton for the property located at 10770 - 72 Avenue on the east side of highway 91 between 72 Avenue and 64 Avenue. MK Delta Lands is also proposing to ransfer the property on the west side of Highway 91 to the Corporation of Delta for protection against development.
The Corporation of Delta has increased enforcement against people who choose to dump garbage and other items in the community instead of taking the items to the landfill. In the past six months, Bylaw Inspectors have laid 18 charges against people for dumping on public roadways and private property in Delta. People caught dumping illegally face a $500 fine and are charged for the cost of cleanup.
View a series of videos about Burns Bog.