Decisions made at the Comox Valley Water Committee meeting on Tuesday have set a clear course for construction of a new water treatment system beginning in 2019, with interim measures that will address boil water notices within the next six months. A strong financial plan including accessing reserves and aggressively pursuing grant funding is also being pursued.Read More
Category: Comox Valley Regional District
2017/10/16 | Comox Valley Regional District |
Residents from the Saratoga and Miracle Beach area joined Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) directors today in a ceremony to officially open Driftwood Marine Park situated off Clarkson Avenue in Black Creek.
The park, which connects the Saratoga Beach Settlement Area with Miracle Beach Provincial Park, was created as part of the subdivision of nine hectares of land into 14 bare land strata lots in November of 2006. In 2016 the park moved from inactive to active status and the planning began to upgrade the existing trail systems and build the necessary park infrastructure.Read More
Please join us at a public forum to learn about and explore possibilities for a Comox Valley Community Health Network (CVCHN). The forum is open to all members of the community within the boundaries of the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD).Read More
2017/10/04 | Comox Valley Regional District |
Starting October 24 until November 1 fireworks will be on sale in the electoral areas. The sale of fireworks must be from a commercially zoned retailer operating under the current fire regulations within the region. Fireworks are only allowed to be set off in the electoral areas on property you own or with the owner’s permission.Read More
2017/09/20 | Comox Valley Regional District |
Stage 3 water restrictions for the Comox Valley Water System have been extended to 4:30 pm on September 22. These restrictions were originally scheduled to end today but have been extended due to BC Hydro’s continued maintenance and repair work at the Puntledge River generating station.
These restrictions apply to the Town of Comox, City of Courtenay, and the Sandwick, Arden, Comox Valley, England Road, Marsden/Camco and Greaves Crescent Water Local Service Areas.Read More
The Comox Valley Water System will move to Stage 3 Water Restrictions beginning Sunday, September 10 at 8 am until Wednesday, September 20 at 4:30 pm. During this time BC Hydro will conduct maintenance and repair work at the Puntledge River generating station. Fish screens will also be cleaned to help redirect salmon back to the river.Read More
Do you want to get in on the action of a Glacier Kings game this season? Your child could win a ride on the Zamboni during intermission, as well as family admission to the game, and a gift pack.
This contest partnership between the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD), the Comox Valley Glacier Kings, 97.3 The Eagle and Ashley Furniture Home Store celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Glacier Kings during their 2017-2018 season at the CVRD Sports Centre.Read More
2017/08/24 | Comox Valley Regional District |
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) top-up incentive for the Oil to Heat Pump Incentive Program will now be available to all homeowners in the CVRD, including Comox, Courtenay, Cumberland, and electoral areas.Read More
2017/08/22 | Comox Valley Regional District |
On July 6th the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) began its Alternative Approval Process (AAP) for the tax neutral Civic Centre regional office building. The regional office building, currently located within the flood plain, provides essential services (garbage, sewer and water) daily to thousands of residents regionally. To ensure effective service delivery, the CVRD board determined a new regional office building was a strategic priority.Read More
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) has been onsite at the float plane crash investigating potential fuel spillage into Comox Lake near the Cumberland Lake Park.
“There is no evidence based on close visual inspections by the fire department, RCMP and CVRD water operators of leaking fuel or oil from the plane and we are confident there are no issues with drinking water,” explains Marc Rutten, General Manager of Engineering Services. “Public safety is of utmost importance as Comox Lake provides drinking water to over 45,000 residents within the region.”Read More
- Michael Holding
- Janet Fairbanks
- Rob Mielcarski