View council documents online including the latest council agenda.
View upcoming events happening at our recreation centres and within the Corporation.
As a signatory of the BC Climate Action Charter Delta has achieved carbon neutrality for 2012 municipal operations. Click here to read more.
View highlights from the November 25, 2013 Regular Meeting of Council.
On November 8, 2013 the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency announced that the draft Environmental Impact Statement Guidelines for the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project are being issued for a 30-day public comment period.
As of November 18, 2013, a 30-day public comment period has commenced on the Environmental Impact Assessment conducted by Fraser Surrey Docks for their proposed Direct Transfer Coal Facility in Surrey, BC.
Give the gift of healthy living this holiday season with a Delta Parks , Recreation & Culture gift card!
Operation Red Nose is currently seeking volunteers and sponsors for their annual campaign against impaired driving. Please consider using Operation Red Nose, volunteering, being a sponsor, or booking this service for your Christmas Party.
Be a Snow Angel this year. Volunteers are needed to shovel snow for those who can't. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor Lois E. Jackson and members of Delta Council celebrated a sign unveiling to officially mark the start of construction on the North Delta Recreation Centre Expansion Project.
Delta Council resolved to consider the Southlands application in its current form at a Special Meeting of Council held following the termination of the Public Hearing on Friday November 8, 2013. At the Special Meeting, Council gave third reading to the associated bylaws and adopted the required resolutions to enable the Southlands application to be forwarded to the Metro Vancouver Board. The Metro Vancouver Board will now consider a request to amend the Regional Growth Strategy and to provide approval to amend Delta's Regional Context Statement.
View staff responses to questions raised at the Southlands Public Hearing.
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.
Delta has received top accolades as "Most Fiscally Responsible" and "Most Improved" by NAIOP Vancouver, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association.
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 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.
Mayor Lois E. Jackson sent letters in support of the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project to Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay, MP for Delta-Richmond East; Minister Lisa Raitt, Premier Christy Clark; and Minister Todd Stone. Mayor Jackson also sent a letter to Greg Moore, Chair of the Metro Vancouver Board of Directors, with additional information regarding the proposed replacement of the George Massey Tunnel.
At the October 7, 2013 Regular Meeting, Council endorsed Delta's Community Energy and Emissions Plan.
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 results of the survey indicate that Delta citizens are generally satisfied with the quality of life and the level and value of services provided by the municipality. View the staff report and survey results.
On September 9, 2013 Council received a report from the Engineering Department on the results of the River Road Restricted Access Public Consultation Process.
Please note that the Fraser Transportation Group has relocated Exit 28 (Highway 17/River Road) from northbound Highway 99 2 kilometres south as part of the SFPR construction.
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.
Learn about the Marina Garden Estates development application.
View a series of videos about Burns Bog.