The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary or RDKB is located in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada and is one of 27 regional districts in the province. A few of the more noted places such as, Beaver Valley and the Grand Forks offer a beautiful landscape and a handful of recreational activities.
There are five areas that combine to form Kootenay Boundary located just above the Washington state border. Each area is occupied by a lake or river. The Kettle, Granby, and Columbia Rivers along with Lake Christina add to the luscious landscape of Kootenay Boundary. However, if you prefer to keep your head in the clouds, Red Mountain, Phoenix Mountain, and Mount Baldy are a few great sites to explore.
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary was incorporated on February 22, 1966 and consists of eight incorporated (urban) municipalities and five unincorporated (rural) Electoral Areas.
The Regional District is governed by a Board of Directors composed of thirteen members, one from each of the five Electoral Areas and one from each of the eight municipal councils. In the unincorporated areas the Regional District's Board of Directors serves as the local government much the same as a municipal council would.