Projects Gallery

View past and current projects in the City, including facility upgrades and other construction.

  1. 5th Street Bridge Rehabilitation

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    Last Updated: March 14, 2017

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  2. 5th Street Complete Street Pilot Project

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    End: September 2018

    Last Updated: May 18, 2017

    Project Description: This project will include a substantial overhaul of above-ground and below-ground infrastructure on 5th Street between Fitzgerald and Menzies Avenues, with a focus on accessibility for all modes of transportation.

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  3. Anderton Retaining Wall Repair

    Start: July 25, 2016

    End: August 11, 2016

    Last Updated: August 15, 2016

    Project Description: Repairs to the sheet metal retaining wall in the 400-block Anderton Avenue.

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  4. 1st Street Retaining Wall Project

    Start: Monday, May 2, 2016

    End: around the end of May, 2016

    Last Updated: July 12, 2016

    Project Description: The City of Courtenay completed a Retaining Wall Construction Project in the 900 – 1000 block of 1st Street (1st Street Hill).

    Project Status: Current

  5. 3rd Street Reconstruction

    Start: August 22, 2016

    End: October 14, 2016

    Last Updated: September 20, 2016

    Project Description: The City of Courtenay is reconstructing a section of 3rd Street, between Cliffe Avenue and England Avenue.

    Project Status: Current

  6. 2016 Watermain Replacement Projects

    Start: August 29, 2016

    End: Late October 2016

    Last Updated: August 26, 2016

    Project Description: Three watermain replacement projects in the City of Courtenay are planned for 2016. The work will take place at some point during the 2016 construction season.

    Project Status: Current

  7. Lerwick Road Widening

    Start: September 8, 2015

    End: Early Spring 2016

    Last Updated: February 11, 2016

    Project Description: The project will add an extra lane of traffic to a section of Lerwick Road, along with new sidewalks and fencing.

    Project Status: Current

  8. South Courtenay Servicing

    Start: January 2014

    End: TBA

    Last Updated: April 22, 2016

    Project Description: The City is in the process of planning water and sewer service installation to properties in south Courtenay. These properties recently became part of the City due to a boundary extension.

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  9. Rotary Trail Construction

    Rotary Trail

    Start: April 1, 2011

    End: December 31, 2017

    Last Updated: October 2, 2014

    Project Description: The Rotary Trail is a hard surface walkway also known as a Rail with Trail. The trail provides a scenic, safe and convenient route for pedestrians and cyclists beside the existing railroad tracks Courtenay.

    Project Status: Ongoing

  10. Lewis Centre Expansion and Renovation

    Lewis Centre

    Start: August 15, 2012

    End: September 24, 2013

    Last Updated: October 2, 2014

    Project Description: The City of Courtenay has upgraded and expanded the Courtenay Recreation Lewis Centre. The $5.4 million project was completed in September 2013, on time and approximately $200,000 under-budget.

    Project Status: Complete

  11. Native Sons Hall Renovation

    Native Sons Hall

    Start: September 24, 2009

    End: March 31, 2010

    Last Updated: October 2, 2014

    Project Description: The Native Sons Hall has been an iconic landmark in the Comox Valley since 1928, and is the largest free-span log structure in Canada. This $1.9 million renovation refurbished log walls on the outside. On the inside, the project updated kitchens, bathrooms, accessibility, flooring, lighting, wiring, storage, and energy efficient upgrades.

    Project Status: Complete

  12. The LINC Youth Centre Construction

    Start: January 1, 2005

    End: November 6, 2006

    Last Updated: November 18, 2014

    Project Description: The renovation of the old Worrall Building at 300 Old Island Highway to The LINC Youth Centre began in 2005. The City of Courtenay purchased the property for additional parking for the Lewis Centre and then agreed to renovate the existing building on the property for a youth centre.

    Project Status: Complete