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Union Bay Unofficial Referendum Results

Union Bay Unofficial Referendum Results

The unofficial Referendum result for the following question: Are you in favour of dissolving the Union Bay Improvement District and converting to Comox Valley Regional District local service areas?
418 – yes, 159 – no. Out of a total of 557 votes, 72% are in favour.
Once the Declaration has been filed by the the Returning Officer the official results will be posted online.

Fifth Street Bridge AAP Complete: Borrowing to Proceed for Upgrades

Fifth Street Bridge AAP Complete: Borrowing to Proceed for Upgrades

The unofficial results are in for the Fifth Street Bridge Rehabilitation Alternative Approval Process (AAP). 52 elector response forms were received by the November 16, 2020 deadline. The number of eligible Courtenay electors was 20,162. As fewer than 10 percent of eligible electors registered their opposition, the City of Courtenay may proceed with borrowing $3.4 million to rehabilitate the bridge next year.

City of Courtenay CAO announces retirement

City of Courtenay CAO announces retirement

Working with David Allen has been fantastic. His professionalism, ability to create a positive corporate culture and work with council has been outstanding and I hope he gets to rest a bit in retirement as I am sure he will be sought after as one of Canada's foremost...

Social Service Agency closure announcements

Social Service Agency closure announcements

Please be advised of the changes in social services due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Our incredible service providers are doing all they can to flatten the curve of the pandemic while providing essential services to those in need.  Be kind. Stay calm. Be Safe. 

Elevated Risk of Turbidity for Comox Valley Water System Next Week

Elevated Risk of Turbidity for Comox Valley Water System Next Week

The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is alerting Comox Valley water system users that it will be moving to its backup pump station from March 16 to 19, 2020 while BC Hydro completes its penstock fish screen cleaning. The backup station is located further downstream than the primary withdrawal location and is more susceptible to poor water quality during weather events.