Regional District of Fraser Fort George
The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George (RDFFG) is home to a population of approximately 100,000 residents and represents the vibrant communities of Prince George, Mackenzie, Valemount, McBride and the areas in-between. This rugged landscape covers an expanse of 52,000 square kilometers and is home to a spectacular wilderness, rich in wildlife and crossed by majestic mountain ranges, clear lakes and rushing rivers.
The people who call this area home are spread throughout the farmland of the Robson Valley and the forested lands of the central plateau. Traditional employment in the resource sector is balanced by new ideas and developments supported through such institutions as the University of Northern BC and College of New Caledonia.
Early exploration of this region by Simon Fraser and Alexander Mackenzie is proudly shared as is the settlement history of the local First Nations groups: Lheidli T'enneh First Nation and McLeod Lake Indian Band.
The Board and staff of the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George are committed to identifying collaborative and productive partnership opportunities with all levels of government and the private sector.