Central Coast Regional District
Central Coast Regional District is a regional district in British Columbia, Canada. It has a total land area of 24,559.5 km² (9,482.5 sq mi). When it was created in 1968, it was named the Ocean Falls Regional District, after the then-largest town in the region, the company town Ocean Falls, now a ghost town. The name was confirmed in 1974, but changed to Central Coast Regional District in 1976.
- Population (2011): 3,206
- Population (2006): 3,189
- Population (2001): 3,781
The Central Coast Regional District (CCRD) has five Electoral Areas, each of which elect a single director to the District's Board of Directors. According to the 2001 Census, the populations of the electoral areas are:
|Electoral Area||Population||CCRD Board of Directors 2014 - 2018|
|A (Outer Coast, except "Bella Bella 1" Indian Reserve)||192||Cathi McCullagh|
|B ("Bella Bella 1" Indian Reserve)||1,095||Reginald Moody-Humchitt (Chair)|
|C (Bella Coola Valley east of Royal Canadian Legion)||588||Alison Sayers (Vice Chair)|
|D (Bella Coola Valley between Tatsquan Creek and Royal Canadian Legion, including "Bella Coola 1" Indian Reserve)||1,236||Richard Hall|
|E (Non-Reserve area of Bella Coola townsite)||95||Samuel Schooner|
- Central Coast Regional District Webpage
- Vancouver Coastal Health
- "Central Coast Regional District". BC Geographical Names.
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