Cell Tower Proposals
While reliable and sophisticated telecommunication facilities are a benefit to the citizens of the CSRD, there is a need to address environmental, aesthetic, health and any other concerns of those who own property and/or live in close proximity to these facilities, commonly known as cell towers.
The CSRD has established Policy P-22 which lays out a process in which the CSRD facilitates, coordinates and influences the siting and appearance of new or replacement telecommunication facilities when such facilities are required on private and Crown lands within CSRD boundaries.
One of the purposes of this policy is to ensure that adequate public consultation is conducted by telecommunications proponents with all property owners affected by proposed structures and facilities. As such, the CSRD is providing information about these applications on its website so the public can view the proposal and make comments to the appropriate agency.
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|There are no current applications
|4702 Cedar Hill Road, Falkland, BC, V0E 1W1
|Rogers Communications is proposing to construct a new 60 m self-support tower on private property. The proposed installation will occupy a ground compound area of 15 m by 15 m and will include a steel self-support tower and an alarmed and electronically monitored walk-in equipment cabinet surrounded by a 1.8-metre-high chain link security fence with a locked gate access point. Download proposal (PDF)
The CSRD provided land-use concurrence on October 13, 2023.
|1030 Dilworth Road, Sorrento, BC V0E 2W1
|TELUS is proposing to construct a 58.0-metre tall self-support tower on a large privately-owned lot. Prior to construction, all proposals need final approval from Innovation, Science and Economic Development. Download proposal (PDF).
Please direct any questions regarding this proposal to:
Senior Program Manager
TELUS | Wireless Connectivity West
|Closed. The CSRD provided land use concurrence on April 20, 2023.
|4438 Eagle Bay Road, Eagle Bay
|The CSRD has provided land-use concurrence for Rogers to proceed with it’s proposal to construct a lattice self-support tower wireless communications facility and fenced equipment compound. Once completed, the antenna system will measure 48.0 metres in height. The tower will have up to eight antennas located on it. Prior to construction, all proposals need final approval from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. Download proposal.
|Closed. The CSRD provided land use concurrence on July 21, 2022.