News and Events
The City of Courtenay is preparing to upgrade Cousins Avenue, between Willemar Avenue and 20th Street. The project will include road improvements, repaving and replacement of underground services that have reached the end of their life or require upsizing to serve our growing community.
National Indigenous Peoples Day is June 21, and there are numerous activities in the Comox Valley, recognizing the important day.
How do you think Courtenay could help the local cultural community thrive?
‘Switching motels is a temporary fix, it’s not what Courtenay needs or wants:’ Mayor Bob Wells.
You never know who you will bump into while at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Conference in Toronto.
Purchase ensures tenants at Travelodge have somewhere to go once lease runs out at the end of June.
The large-scale restoration on May 11 netted more than 35,000 pounds of accumulated debris.
The Comox Valley RCMP will begin foot patrols in downtown Courtenay, in an effort to increase safety and curb crime.
The funding is officially in place for an Indigenous affordable housing project, to be built at 1679 McPhee Ave. in Courtenay.
Local dignitaries gathered for the official ribbon-cutting at Darry’s Place, the new second-stage housing community in Courtenay.
The issue of homelessness and illicit drug use in the Comox Valley – particularly in Courtenay – has become one of the most all-encompassing issues in recent years. The Record had an extended interview with Courtenay Mayor Bob Wells on a variety of topics that fall under that umbrella.
Jon Varus from 98.9 Jet FM chatted with Mayor Wells about the Mayors Cup tournament, getting outside and air quality monitors in town.
The Province of B.C. will deliver over $7.6 million in new funding to the City of Courtenay this spring through the Growing Communities Fund.
After decades of Monday council meetings, starting in 2023 Courtenay council will convene on Wednesdays.
What an amazing Telethon!!! Congratulations to all the volunteers, performers and community!
Great evening at the City of Courtenay Inaugural meeting to swear in the Council for the 2022-2026 term
On Saturday, October 15, 2022, eligible voters in Courtenay cast ballots to elect:
2 School District Trustees for Courtenay (School District No. 71)
A huge thanks to the Comox Youth Climate Council for all they do in our community to keep Climate Change a hot topic for politicians in the Comox Valley. Keep up the pressure.
I truly appreciate the endorsement and look forward to continuing the conversation and hard work on this extremely important issue 😎