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Welcome to the District of Lantzville
Welcome to the official site of the District of Lantzville

Lantzville, now a community of 3,605 (2016 Census) was British Columbia’s first incorporation of the new millennium and the 155th municipality in B.C. Lantzville’s official date of incorporation was June 25, 2003. Council and staff have created this site to provide both residents and visitors with access to District information and services.

All documents contained on this site are for information purposes only. To verify the accuracy and currency of this information please contact the Director of Corporate Administration at the Municipal Hall.

Celebrating 18 Years of Incorporation!

Climate Action 2018 - 3
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District of Lantzville
7192 Lantzville Road, P.O.Box 100
Lantzville, BC V0R 2H0

Phone:(250)390-4006
Fax:(250)390-5188

Public Notices / What's New
Closes 4:00 pm Friday, September 24, 2021 Read the Notice for information on how to apply, and the attached background information about the Board of Variance and Parks & Trails Select Committee.
Check out the Info Sessions via Zoom: Sept 15 @ 4pm, Sept 20 @ 5pm or Sept 22 @ 12pm, or call 250.734.3971. Email grants@nanaimofoundation.com if interested in joining the NSG Committee.
A copy of Council Procedure Bylaw No. 141, 2020, Amendment (Electronic Meetings) Bylaw No. 278, 2021 is attached to the Notice.
Updated to add the Court Order published August 23, 2021 after the August 9, 2021 hearing before The Honourable Justice Baird.
As the Province of BC has declared a drought level 5, the District of Lantzville will remain at Stage 3 Water Restrictions. At Stage 3, water consumption has reduced to a level that is sustainable at this time, if at anytime in the near future water consumption rises to an unsustainable level, Stage 4 watering restrictions will be declared. The residents of Lantzville have a reputation of always going above and beyond when it comes to water conservation - let's continue that great work!
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