Outstanding 2019 Property Taxes and Home Owner Grants
The City of Courtenay recently issued letters to property owners with unpaid taxes from 2019. If you were notified about overdue taxes, learn about your options.
Courtenay Achieves Climate Action Milestone
September 17, 2019
The joint Provincial-Union of British Columbia Municipalities Green Communities Committee has awarded the City of Courtenay with Level 3 recognition, 'Accelerating Progress on Charter Commitments,' through the Climate Action Recognition Program.
Road Closures for Construction on Fitzgerald Avenue Improvements
September 17, 2019
The Fitzgerald Corridor Cycling Expansion Project between 5th and 6th Streets will require road closures starting Monday, September 23, and continuing for approximately two weeks.
City Cycling Through Sidewalk Safety Inspections
September 11, 2019
The City’s Public Works Inspector is using a bike to speed the search for trip hazards and other flaws that could impact the mobility, safety, and comfort of pedestrians.
Notice of Upcoming Tax Sale
September 10, 2019
Important information for City of Courtenay property owners with outstanding property taxes for the past three years.
Temporary Parking Impacts During Roof Work at City Hall
September 9, 2019
The south parking lot is closed the week of September 9 while crews replace the building’s old roof and HVAC system.
Dog Swim Makes a Splash for Vancouver Island Compassion Dogs
September 6, 2019
147 dogs enjoyed the swim at the Courtenay and District Memorial Outdoor Pool at Lewis Park on August 31st. With their owners’ help, the dogs raised $589 for Vancouver Island Compassion Dogs and $100 for the Comox Valley & District Branch SPCA.
Courtenay Council Seeking OCP Advisory Committee Members
September 5, 2019
Community members interested in helping shape Courtenay's future planning and land use management are invited to apply.
Local Governments Working Together to Provide Emergency Notifications to Residents
September 4, 2019
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) in partnership with the City of Courtenay, Town of Comox and Village of Cumberland are expanding the current boil water notification system to a free Comox Valley wide local emergency notification service.
Final Simms Concert Collects Cash, Groceries for Food Bank
August 27, 2019
Hundreds of people attended the My Generation Woodstock tribute concert at Simms Millennium Park on August 25, raising money for a good cause in the process.
Water Park at Lewis Park Closing for the Season on September 2
August 26, 2019
After another great season, the water park at Lewis Park is closing in advance of upcoming Stage 3 water restrictions.
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