Info Session: Overview of the draft DCC program and draft DCC rates

The District of Saanich invites you to attend an information session for members of the development community to provide feedback on the development cost charge (DCC) bylaw update. The session will provide an overview of the draft DCC program and draft DCC rates. There will be an opportunity at this session for attendees to ask questions to the District’s project team and attendees are encouraged to provide written feedback either at the meeting, through the District’s website, or via email by August 10, 2018.

Development Community -  Information Session

Location:             Saanich Police Hall, Kirby Room | 760 Vernon Avenue, Victoria, BC
Time:                   1:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Date:                   Wednesday, July 25, 2018

More information can be found on the District's web site at http://www.saanich.ca/EN/main/local-government/departments/engineering-department.html


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