Corporate Services provides a wide variety of support services for District departments. The Department coordinates council and committees, records management, bylaw administration, and provides information and communication supports to the organization.
The District of Tofino's Financial services provide support services to the municipality, as well as maintaining and communicating financial information to the public, Council, and staff. The Financial Services Department is also responsible for the Community Children's Centre.
The Community Sustainability Department is responsible for developing a wide range of plans for land use and other District initiatives, such as the Official Community Plan. Additional responsibilities include: Planning and Development, Recreation Programing, and Emergency Preparedness.
Building Inspection Services are provided by the District of Tofino Building Inspector; to make an appointment with the Building Inspector, please contact Nicholas Henderson at 250-725-3229 ext 702 or email@example.com
The Public Spaces, Cultural and Visitor Initiatives Department oversees public spaces such as parks and trails, as well as cultural initiatives. The deaprtment is also responsible for projects funded by the RMI program, a Provincial initiative that provides ongoing funding to assist small resort-oriented municipalities in maintaining and growing a robust regional tourism economy (think accessible washrooms at MacKenzie Beach, the seasonal Shuttle, and Main Street improvements).
Engineering and Public Works plans, implements and operates the water, sewer and storm drain systems to provide and sustain high-quality drinking water, dispose of sanitary waste and storm water, and manage other infrastructure, such as roads, parks, street lighting, and the district fleet.
The Protective Services Department includes the Tofino Volunteer Fire Department and Bylaw Enforcement.
The Tofino Fire Department provides a range of emergency response, fire prevention and fire protection services. Tofino is committed to providing leadership and guidelines to meet the challenges associated with emergency management and has a number of measures in place to prepare for and respond to minor emergencies and major events. Bylaw Enforcement Officers promote community livability by maintaining the health, safety and general wellness of the community.