- Job Opening
The NCID is seeking a part-time Billing Clerk/Admin. Assistant. Click for details.
- Water Restrictions
WEB TIP: How to use the Watering Restrictions notice on our website.
- 2013 Water Rates
Rate changes for commercial & residential water take effect January 1st, 2013.
- NCID Office Hours
Mon-Thur 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Closed Fridays)
- Board Meetings
NCID regular Board meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday each month at 7 PM. Public is invited. Click for details.
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Part-Time Billing Clerk/Admin Assistant
The North Cedar Improvement District has a part-time employment opportunity for a Billing Clerk/Administrative Assistant. This is a regular part-time position (approximately 15-18 hours per week).
North Cedar Fire Department would like to thank the many attendees and supporters of our recent fundraiser to help a fellow firefighter, Brad Coulter, who is currently recovering from a bone marrow transplant in Vancouver General Hospital. As well as being a member of our fire department, Brad is a husband and father of two young boys, Primary Care Paramedic with the BC Ambulance Service and works full time for BC Ferries. The recovery from this procedure is lengthy and Brad will be unable to work and support his family for several months.
Approximately 250 people gathered at the Cedar Community Hall for burgers donated by Plecas Meats, cooking done by the Cedar Lions Club, and entertainment by a talented local band The Moonshine Mollies.
The 2011 report is now available for download (Learn More)
Every year, water districts across B.C. are required to provide their customers with a report on the quality of their drinking water. The report includes information about where your water comes from, how it is distributed and its quality.
This year's report, which covers Jan 1, 2011 to Dec 31, 2011, has been added to our website and is available for download as a PDF download.
To learn more or to download the 2011 (2010, 2009 or 2008) report, head here.
To learn more about PDF documents or to acquire the free software needed to read these files, head to Adobe.
NCFD to Get New Water Tender
The North Cedar Fire Department is replacing its water tender with a newer, more capable tender. An RFP (Request for Proposal) has been posted to the British Columbia government website BC Bid. (Document Number 3983) and is also available here, as a PDF download.
The new water tender will be replacing our current tender (shown above), which is a 1985 GMC tender that holds 1,200 Imperial gallons. She has served the residents of North Cedar well.
Proposals by interested parties should be clearly marked "Request for Proposal" and need to be delivered to the NCID offices no later than 3:00 PM on Monday, July 11th, 2011 (the deadline).
Now on Facebook!
The goal of RDN Emergency Planning is to maintain and update an Emergency Plan for the residents of the RDN, in the event of a small or region-wide emergency. They also assist and help coordinate emergency response between local, regional, Provincial and Federal agencies and organizations.
No one plans on failure during an emergency, but many fail to plan! RDN Emergency Planning can help. Their website contains lots of good, useful information:
- Personal Emergency Preparedness Guidebook (PDF file)
- FireSmart Hazard Ratings
- Winter Hazards Information and Links
RDN Emergency Planning is also leveraging the use of social media to promote family preparedness, awareness initiatives and to keep the public informed. RDN Emergency Planning is now on Facebook!
Recent RDN Emergency Planning updates on Facebook: