The District of Stewart is committed to ensuring smart growth that balances the social, economic and environmental needs of our community.

Building Permits

Building Permits

When a permit is required and how to obtain a building permit.

Development Guidelines

Development Guidelines

From land-use planning through subdivision to development and building, the District of Stewart is committed to ensuring smart growth that balances the social, economic and environmental needs of our community.

Official Community Plan

Official Community Plan

The Official Community Plan (OCP) is the District’s vision for the future growth and development of the community.

Subdivision

Subdivision

Subdivision can generally be described as the legal mechanism that leads to the creation of new parcels of land.

JOB POSTING - DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS

POSTED: November 28, 2019

JOB POSTING - DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS

Adoption Awareness Month

POSTED: November 13, 2019

At the Regular Meeting of November 12, 2019, Council proclaimed November as Adoption Awareness month

Townsite Avalanche Risk Assessment

POSTED: November 7, 2019

View the District of Stewart's Townsite Avalanche Risk Assessment provided by Alpine Solutions Avalanche Services.

Discover BC’s Stewart-Cassiar Region

POSTED: October 22, 2019

Take a look at this Auto Tour video produced in conjunction with Destination BC, Kermode Tourism, and the Regional District of Kitimat Stikine-displaying spectacular views of scenery near Hazelton, New Hazelton, the Nass Valley and Stewart, with Dr. Joseph Gosnell narrating:  www.stewartcassiarhighway.com 

Salmon Glacier Auto Tour Brochure

POSTED: August 23, 2019

Here is an excellent resource to accompany you on your travel to visit the spectacular Salmon Glacier - Auto Tour Brochure

Dedication of “Family Quiet Room” at the Stewart Health Centre

POSTED: July 18, 2019

BC Hydro Installation of Bird Guarding at Stewart Substation

POSTED: January 8, 2018

Please see the attached information regarding BC Hydro's recent installation of Bird Guarding at the Stewart Substation