Welcome to the
City of Prince Rupert - Boundary Expansion Proposal
Proposal Document - view
Amendment to Proposal Document - view
Municipal Boundary Extension Process Guide - view
Municipal Boundary Extension Policies Guide - view
City of Prince Rupert Information Site - view
Revised Board Meeting Schedule
View for revised dates and locations.
The Regional District has had queries regarding the volunteering with tsunami debris clean-up. At the present time, no organized clean-up is being undertaken. Please check back periodically and as opportunities become known, they will be posted.
BC Ministry of Environment - What to do if you find Tsunami Debris
BC Ministry of Environment - Frequently Asked Questions
Ministry of Environment - Tsunami Debris - Links and Resources
Watching Our Waste-Line
Residents and businesses of the SQCRD have recycled nearly seven thousand metric tonnes of material over the past three years, saving precious space in our landfills and conserving natural resources. Part of this success has been the expansion of products we accept though agreements with various Stewardship agencies. As a result, we now accept electronics (telephones, stereo equipment, cameras, video recorders, DVD & VCR players, iPods), fluorescent lights, dry cell batteries and cell phones, floor care appliances, lead acid batteries at the Regional Recycling Depot in Prince Rupert. For a list of what is accepted at depots and drop-off bins on Haida Gwaii, see Recycling.
What can I recycle! Directory
SQCRD Regional Recycling Depot
Current hours of operation:
Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm