The Regional Planning Advisory Committee (RPAC) regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m.read more
The Regional Service Commissions will provide solid waste disposal services to the Municipalities, Rural Communities and Local Service Districts within their respective regions, a role currently performed by the Solid Waste Commissions. Thi...Learn More
The Regional Service Commissions will provide land use planning services to all Local Service Districts. This function includes the development of rural plans, the administration and enforcement of the plans, the issuance of building permit...Learn More
The Regional Service Commissions will be responsible for the development of a Regional Plan, the aim of which would be to better coordinate and manage development and land use within each of the 12 regions. More specifically, the Regional P...Learn More
Regional Emergency Measures Planning
The Regional Service Commissions will serve as the vehicle through which Municipalities, Rural Communities and Local Service Districts will plan, coordinate and pool resources on a regional basis in order to enable more effective responses t...Learn More
Regional Policing Collaboration
The Regional Service Commissions will serve as a forum through which the effectiveness and efficiency of policing services is reviewed and evaluated on a regional basis. In addition, the Commissions will identify issues of common concern wi...Learn More
Regional Sport, Recreational, and Cultural Planning
The Regional Service Commissions will be responsible for facilitating
the planning and cost-sharing of major sport, recreational and cultural
facilities within each of their respective regions.
The Commissions will be the entity thro...
Who We Are
On January 1, 2013, the Chaleur Regional Service Commission assumed responsibility for the delivery of various services throughout the Chaleur Region. Located in northeastern New Brunswick, the region includes the municipalities of Bathurst, Beresford, Nigadoo, Petit-Rocher, Pointe-Verte and Belledune, as well as the unincorporated areas of the Parishes of Beresford, Bathurst, Allardville and New Bandon known as Local Service Districts (LSDs). Established under the Regional Service Delivery Act, the Chaleur RSC is governed by a Board of Directors made up of mayors and LSD representatives. Our Commission gets its name from the Bay of Chaleur which borders its territory. This territory covers an area of 3307 sq. km and serves a population of 36,067.Read More
By-law No. 23-02-2017 a by-law to amend the rural plan of the Village of Nigadooread more