North Pender Island Local Trust Area is located 15km northeast of the Swartz Bay ferry terminal and has a 2011 census population of 2,035. The 5228 ha area includes the islands east of the Saanich Peninsula, such as Sidney and James Islands, which are collectively designated as the North Pender Associated Islands. The North Pender Local Trust Area is home to some of the rarest ecosystems in the world. To learn about the conservation status of the North Pender Island Local Trust Area, view the island profile. For planning inquiries please email North Pender Planner.
North Pender Island Local Trust Area News
October 16, 2020 | Community Information Meeting: October 24, 2020
The third electronic special meeting out of the (4) Community Information Meetings is commencing on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 10:00 AM. This meeting is regarding the Agriculture Regulations Amendments Review for the Land Use Bylaw Review (Official Community Plan Implementation) Project.
The live stream link will be posted on the day of the meeting at approximately 10:00 AM.
Project Details - Click Here
Special Meeting Notice - Click Here
Agenda: Please Click Here choose October 24, 2020 on the calendar.
To join Electronically - Zoom Webinar Link: Click Here
To Call into the meeting - Canada: 855 703 8985 (Toll Free) OR US: 888 475 4499 (Toll Free)
Webinar ID: 635 1232 9327 - Press *9 to raise your hand for Town Hall if you are calling in.
This meeting will be recorded and posted on the Islands Trust website. For those who are unable to join or watch the live webinar, a link to the recorded live stream will be available on the Islands Trust website a few days after the meeting.
North Pender Island Local Trust Committee Projects
Local trust committees set their priorities and manage their community planning projects using a work program. Top priority projects on the LTC's work program have resources in place, or resources which will be soon available. Projects may be significant and long term, such as an Official Community Plan Review, or relatively minor, such as an amendment to a regulation in a Land Use Bylaw. For more information on current projects - Read More>>