Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Sunshine Coast
The District of Sechelt is the largest population centre in the heart of the Sunshine Coast. Located about 30km north from the ferry terminal that connects the Sunshine Coast to the Lower Mainland (Vancouver area), Sechelt has a population of 10,216 (2016, BC Stats).
While population statistics show a higher than average number of retirees, the next fastest growing ... Read More
While population statistics show a higher than average number of retirees, the next fastest growing demographic is the 25-44 year old adults who are discovering the small town ambiance, low business taxes, moderate housing costs, and unparalleled lifestyle.
As a service centre for The Sunshine Coast population of over 30,000, Sechelt is poised to be the hub for Coast shoppers and entrepreneurs. With a business friendly attitude and a supportive municipal council, the District of Sechelt works with developers and business owners to streamline processes and pave the way to success.
Sechelt is also a place where you and your staff will want to live. Whether you are young and single, a family with children or getting set to retire, Sechelt has a lifestyle to suit your needs.
The Sunshine Coast is famous for its relaxed seaside vibe, and is also renowned for the tremendous outdoor recreation opportunities. The Sunshine Coast boasts hundreds of kilometers of well maintained trails that are used in all four seasons, an enviable network of mountain bike trails (including part of the BC Bike Race), and endless water recreation including kayaking, paddle boarding and diving. If you are looking for something to do, look no further than our Community Calendar that is packed every day with activities hosted by a large number of community groups.
Regular seaplane connection lets you get to downtown Vancouver in just 20 minutes, making Sechelt doable for active entrepreneurs and business owners who need to check in with their teams in the big city. For those in less of a hurry, Sechelt is a short 30 minute drive to the ferry where you can enjoy a beautiful and relaxing 40 minute trip to Horseshoe Bay.
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NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).
303 - 5855 Cowrie Street, Sechelt, BC
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