The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is alerting residents of Union Bay that they will move to Stage 2 water restrictions beginning Monday August 30, 2021.
The Comox Valley Sports Centre beginning September 7, 2021 will require all patrons participating in a public skate to use a helmet. Helmets provide a protective layer for our thin skulls and are designed to create a surface area to absorb the force received during a fall.
The Comox Valley Community Foundation (CVCF) is pleased to announce that over $275,000 will be available in the form of grants for registered charities and not for profit organizations in 2021-2022.
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) in partnership with the City of Courtenay and the Coalition to End Homelessness has been awarded over one million dollars in grant funding towards projects dedicated to providing urgent and temporary support to unsheltered homeless populations and addressing related community impacts in the region. The funding is being administered by Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) on behalf of the Province and the Government of Canada’s Safe Restart program.
“In the rural areas of the Comox Valley, recreation amenities like this one ensure that residents can spend quality time with friends, neighbours, and family without having to travel a great distance.”
We are asking residents to please minimize all non-essential trips to the landfill during this time, as this construction is expected to increase wait times up to 30 min during peak hours,”
As capacity and
passenger volumes recover there is an immediate need to enhance our operation to provide faster screening, and
additional space for physical distancing. The funding will allow us to enlarge the pre-board security area, and departure
lounge in preparation of the return of passenger volumes.” said Airport CEO, Mike Atkins.
The new Zamboni not only produces zero emissions but also will save approximately $6,000 annually compared to the older propane Zamboni.
“Working with LUSH Valley for the past 15 years, I recognize the need for a permanent and secure home for gathering, storing and redistributing local food”,