Currently within the RDN there are 7 different streetlighting local service areas.
- Bylaw 789, Fairwinds streetlighting
- Bylaw 869.01, Morningstar streetlighting
- Bylaw 909, Sandpiper streetlighting
- Bylaw 1062, French Creek Village streetlighting
- Bylaw 791, French Creek/Nanoose rural streetlighting
- Bylaw 1048, Highway 4 Intersection streetlighting
- Bylaw 1353, Englishman River streetlighting
The different services areas are non-contiguous, self contained areas that are financially supported by the properties that encompass each individual service area. The boundaries of the service areas can be expanded to provide streetlighting to adjoining properties at any time as long as the service area is able to financially support the additional expense and there is a means for installing additional streetlights on BC Hydro power poles.
There are only two types of streetlights within the RDN streetlighting local service areas. There is the most common cobra-head streetlights that you see attached to power poles and there are several different styles of ornamental streetlights which are independent, free-standing and serviced through underground wiring in newer subdivisions.
The RDN has a contract with a electrical contractor to maintain and repair all the ornamental streetlights within its local services areas, while BC Hydro looks after the repair and maintenance of all other streetlights.