Over the next two months, visitors to the Comox Valley Regional District’s (CVRD) Nymph Falls Park will find crews and equipment on park trails as work commences to allow for easier access to the falls.
50th Parallel Public Relations (50th Parallel) is pleased to announce the opening of its first headquarters space to accommodate its growing team and portfolio. The new 50th Parallel office is located at 105-2456 Rosewall Crescent in Tin Town, next to the Tin Town Café.
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is alerting Comox Valley water system users that it will be moving to its backup pump station from January 29 to 31, 2019 while BC Hydro completes its seasonal fish screen cleaning.
The Immigrant Welcome Centre would like to introduce you to our Welcoming Communities Idea Bank, a new initiative designed to spark Campbell River and Comox Valley citizens in generating fresh ideas for building and maintaining welcoming and inclusive communities.
Emergency crews responded to a fire that broke out in Too Good To Be Threw early Sunday morning. The fire is believed to have started in the downtown Courtenay thrift store between midnight and 1 a.m., with multiple witnesses reporting seeing smoke and flames inside the building.
Gain new and rewarding skills volunteering with Emergency Support Services and the Emergency Radio Communications Team. Learn more at the Comox Valley Emergency Program’s (CVEP) volunteer information session on Thursday, January 24th from 7- 8 pm, followed by an informal meet and greet until 8:30 pm. The session is being held at the CVEP office at 3001 Moray Avenue in Courtenay.
On Tuesday, January 15th, at 6:30 pm, there will be a meeting at the Big Yellow Merville hall to further plan the Merville 100 Year Soldier Settlement Celebration. At the January 15th meeting, a few of the various committees will bring us up to date on what they have done and what they plan to do.
Public Feedback Sought on Long List of Options for Upgrades to the Comox and Courtenay Sewer Service
With goals and objectives now set for the regional district’s sewer service liquid waste management plan (LWMP) for Comox and Courtenay, technical and public advisory committees are bringing a long-list of LWMP options to the public for preliminary review.
The Oyster River Volunteer Fire Rescue Association (ORVFRA) has purchased some new equipment to aid in their fire rescue activities. The Association has utilized funds received from the 2017 and 2018 summer-time deployments when Oyster River Fire Rescue was called to help fight forest fires in other parts of the province.