The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD), Chief Election Officer James Warren has formally announced the elections by voting and the candidates elected by acclamation for the October 20 general local elections. An election by voting is necessary to elect one regional district Electoral Area Director in each of the three electoral areas.Read More
Category: Comox Valley Regional District
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) in partnership with the City of Courtenay, Town of Comox and Village of Cumberland are encouraging residents to vote on October 20, 2018 in the local government elections.
“Every resident has their own opinions, values, and concerns regarding their community,” explains Jake Martens, CVRD Deputy Chief Election Officer. “No matter where you live, your vote can help shape your neighborhood and community on important issues such as traffic management, education, parks, recreation, emergency services, infrastructure projects and so many more.”Read More
2018/08/29 | Comox Valley Regional District |
The Comox Valley Water System will move to Stage 3 Water Restrictions beginning Friday, September 7 at 8 am until Friday, September 14 at 4:30 pm. During this time BC Hydro will conduct annual maintenance and repair work at the Puntledge River generating station. Fish screens will also be cleaned to help redirect salmon back to the river. At the conclusion of this maintenance period, the Comox Valley Water System will be returning to Stage 2 restrictions.Read More
2018/08/28 | Comox Valley Regional District |
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is hosting an open house on Thursday, September 6th for the public to learn more about the application by 3L Developments Inc. to amend the Comox Valley Regional Growth Strategy (RGS) by creating a new settlement node in Electoral Area C.Read More
2018/08/08 | Comox Valley Regional District |
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) in partnership with the Village of Cumberland, Town of Comox and City of Courtenay, are hosting a free information session about becoming a candidate for office as a Mayor, Councillor or Electoral Area Director in support of this October’s local government elections.Read More
2018/08/03 | Comox Valley Regional District |
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) announced that Scott Smith will be their new General Manager of Planning and Development Services starting September 17, 2018. As the General Manager Planning and Development Services, he will oversee the planning, development, building, and bylaw services for the organization and will be key in ensuring an integrated approach aligning to the CVRD’s key strategic priorities.Read More
A high fire risk activity ban is in place in the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) due to the extreme fire rating. Fire service regulations in place prohibit the use of power saws, and other power tools that may create fire or sparks during extremely dry conditions.
“Public health and safety as well as protection of property is our number one concern,” said CVRD Manager of Fire Services James Bast.Read More
The Comox Valley Water System will move to Stage 2 Water Restrictions beginning Thursday, August 2 in response to the province’s designation of a hydrological drought rating for much of coastal British Columbia, including Vancouver Island. Stage 2 restrictions will begin on August 2 to coincide with BC Hydro’s planned reduction of flows on the Puntledge River.Read More
The CVRD is inviting residents to an open house on Wednesday, August 8 to learn more about the Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw Review and what this might mean to them.
The Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw Review started in 2016 as a way to review the current zoning within Electoral Areas A, B and C.Read More
2018/07/30 | Comox Valley Regional District |
Due to dry weather conditions and an extreme fire hazard rating, a smoking ban for Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) parks will be in place starting at 10:00 am on July 27, 2018. This includes all parks with forested trails. Increased park patrols will also be added as the park bylaw was recently updated with the authority to fine people found smoking in the parks $500.Read More