areaDElectoral Area D (Fraser Lake Rural)

Electoral Area D (Fraser Lake Rural) is the rural area surrounding the Village of Fraser Lake.  The unincorporated communities within the area are Endako and Fort Fraser. The area boasts of 170 lakes within a 100 km radius and is the temporary home to over 1000 Trumpeter Swans during the spring. From its humble beginnings in the early 1900's, Fraser Lake Sawmill (owned and operated by West Fraser Timber Company Ltd.) has evolved into one of the world's most modern sawmills.  Located in Electoral Area D, Endako Mine was at one time the second largest Molybdenum Mine in the world. 

 

Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako Elected Representative

Mark Parker

Director Mark Parker
Phone: (250) 699-8419
Email: mark.parker@rdbn.bc.ca
 

37 3rd Avenue
Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0
Phone: (250) 692 - 3195
Toll Free: 1-800-320-3339
Fax: (250) 692-3305
Website: www.rdbn.bc.ca

Local First Nations

Stellat'en First Nation
Nadleh Whut'en (contact: 250-690-7211)

Local services provided by the RDBN in Electoral Area D (Fraser Lake Rural)

Western Boundary (Hwy 16):
  • About 3.2 km east of Butler Road​​​​​​
    About 9 km west of Coray Subdivision
Western Boundary (Francois Lake Road):
  • About 250 metres east of Ruby Road
    Does not include Birch Bay Resort
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Eastern Boundary (Hwy 16):
  • About 6 km east of Willowvale Road
    About 3.8 km west of Bearhead Road
Eastern Boundary (Fawcett Road):
  • At Nechako Pit Road junction
    Runs north along Nechako Pit Road
Eastern Boundary (Telegraph Road)
  • About 2 km southest of Horn Road
    About 3.5 km northwest of Kluskus Forest Road Services
Eastern Boundary (Kenney Dam Road)
  • About 200 meters west of Brophy Road

 

 

Local services provided by the RDBN in Electoral Area D (Fraser Lake Rural)

Building Inspection
Building Numbering
Development Services
Economic Development
Electoral Area Planning
Emergency Preparedness and Services
Grants-in-Aid
General Government Services
Environmental Services
Fort Fraser Sewer System
9-1-1
Feasibility Studies
Planning and Zoning
Liquid/Solid Waste Disposal
Fort Fraser Cemetery
Rural Fire Protection
Rural Government Services
Weed Control
Fort Fraser Community Hall
Pump and Haul Sewer Disposal
Television Rebroadcasting
Fraser Lake Library Grant
Street Lighting – Fort Fraser and Endako
Fort Fraser Water
Extrication