Located in the southeast corner of BC, the Regional District of East Kootenay is a local government dedicated to providing quality service to our residents and property owners. We work together as a partnership of municipalities and electoral (rural) areas to provide and coordinate services.
Some of the services we provide include: land use planning, water supply, sewage disposal, fi... Read More
Some of the services we provide include: land use planning, water supply, sewage disposal, fire protection, recreation, mosquito control, street lighting, community parks, emergency management programs, solid waste and recycling, transit, 9-1-1, library grants, regional parks, and invasive plant control.
Our total population is 56,655 – and the breakdown, based on 2011 census, is as follows:
• Rural Areas - 15,039
• Municipalities - 41,026
• First Nations - 590
View facts and figures about BC’s East Kootenay regional district to help inform your investment research. Click the title to expand and display the statistics.
NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).
PO BOX 2606, Fernie, BC
BUSINESS @ BUILDING FOR SALE IN SPECTACULAR FERNIE, B.C. An established Hot Tub business and the 4,000 sq.ft. building that it operates in are for sale as a package. The advantage of owning the building is the landlord can not subject you to unforeseen rent increases and it solidifies your investmen...
East Kootenay A, BC V0B 1M5, Fernie, BC
228 acres of zoned development land in Fernie, British Columbia. (R1B, R-R, and R3 zoning. Preliminary Plan: 111± Single Family 81 ± Multi-Family)...
5526 Stag Road, Cranbrook, BC
Turn key twenty year running family outfitting business in one of the most sought after locations in Canada - the East Kootenay region of south eastern British Columbia (Kimberley/Cranbrook). Back country wilderness including tenure in the world famous Purcell Wilderness Conservancy.@ Located in a r...
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