1005 Zonal Boundaries of SD No. 60 (PRN)

POLICY NO.:                1005                             DATE APPROVED: 1989-02

 SUBJECT:                    Zonal Boundaries within School District No. 60 (Peace River North)

 Zonal boundaries within School District No. 60 (Peace River North) shall be in accordance with the Regulations to this Policy as reported in Ministerial Order No. 273/96 dated July 11, 1996.

 REGULATIONS

Zone I – That area:

Bounded on the north by the 58 North parallel of latitude;
Bounded on the east by the British Columbia-Alberta border;
Bounded on the south by the Peace River from the British Columbia-Alberta border westerly to the Beatton River; and
Bounded on the west by the Beatton River from the Peace River northerly to Black Creek, then Black Creek from the Beatton River northerly to an intersection with a line running due North from the northeast corner of District Lot 1477, and then due North in the said line to the 58 North parallel.
(Cecil Lake, Goodlow & Clayhurst areas)

Zone II – That area:

Bounded on the south by St. John Creek from the Beatton River northwesterly to the north boundary of Township 84 Range 18, then westerly in the north boundary of Township 84 Range 18 and the north boundary of Township 84 Range 19 to Charlie Lake, then northwesterly along the easterly boundary of Charlie Lake to Stoddart Creek, then northwesterly along Stoddart Creek to the south boundary of Section 26 Township 85 Range 20, then westerly along the south boundaries of Sections 26, 27, 28 and 29 Township 85 Range 20 to the Alaska Highway;
Bounded on the west by the Alaska Highway;
Bounded on the north by the 58 North parallel of latitude from the Alaska Highway east to a point directly north of the northeast corner of District Lot 1477;
and
Bounded on the east by a line running from the point in the 58 North parallel directly North of the northeast corner of District Lot 1477 due South to Black Creek, then along Black Creek southeasterly to the Beatton River, then along the Beatton River southeasterly to St. John Creek.
(Prespatou , Buick, North Pine, Montney, & Wonowon areas)

Zone III – That area:

Bounded on the north by the 58 North parallel of latitude;
Bounded on the east by the 123rd West meridian of longitude from the 58 North parallel south to the Halfway River, then along the Halfway River southeasterly to the Peace River;
andBounded on the south and west by the boundaries of School District 60 as amended.
(Hudson’s Hope, Upper Cache & Williston Lake areas)

Zone IV – That area:

Bounded on the east by the Beatton River from the 103 Road bridge southeasterly to the Peace River;
Bounded on the south by the Peace River; and
Bounded on the west by the west boundaries of Sections 21 and 16 Township 83 Range 18 from the Peace River north to the northwest corner of Section 21, then east along the northerly boundaries of Sections 21, 22 and 23 Township 83 Range 18 to the southeasterly corner of Section 26 Township 83 Range 18, then north to the Beatton River at the 103 Road bridge.
(Taylor, Baldonnel, & Two Rivers areas )

Zone V – That area:

Bounded on the north by the 58 North parallel of latitude;
Bounded on the South from the confluence of the Peace and Halfway Rivers Eastward to the West boundary of the Taylor zone (previously described).  On the East the boundary shall be the West boundary of the Taylor Zone, thence North to the Beatton River, thence N.W. along the Beatton River to the confluence of St. John Creek and the Beatton River, in the vicinity of Sections 14 and 15, Twp. 84, Rge. 18, thence N.W. along the Southern boundary of Zone 2(previously described) to the Alaska Highway, thence North along the Alaska Highway to the 58N parallel of latitude.  The Halfway River shall form the West boundary from the confluence of the Peace and Halfway Rivers North to 58N parallel (as previously described).
(City of Fort St. John, the Upper Halfway , Wonowon, Charlie Lake and Pink Mountain areas  and North to Mile 225  on the Alaska Highway)

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