Upgrades to Martin Park Courts for Lacrosse, Pickleball
August 22, 2019
Players can expect smoother shots and better games thanks to a newly upgraded playing surface at the courts, located at 20th Street and Choquette Road.
Stage 3 Water Restrictions Take Effect September 3
August 22, 2019
Via the Comox Valley Regional District: The Comox Valley Water System will move to Stage 3 water restrictions from September 3 to September 27 for BC Hydro planned maintenance on their Penstock.
Construction on 20th Street for Sewer System Upgrades
August 20, 2019
Improvements to the sewer infrastructure on 20th Street at Riverside Lane will begin in early September, continuing until October.
Overnight Work on 17th Street at Riverside Lane Rescheduled
August 19, 2019
Updated: Planned overnight work across 17th Street has been rescheduled. Work will start Sunday August 25 and be completed by the end of August. At least one lane of traffic flow on 17th Street will be maintained in both directions at all times during this overnight work.
New Plaza Underway in Lewis Park
August 12, 2019
A new plaza is coming to the concession area at Lewis Park near Diamond One. This beautification project will also improve drainage, safety, and accessibility. The plaza will feature the insignia “Never Forget #9”.
Upcoming Smoke Testing for Sewer Pipes in South Courtenay
August 7, 2019
The City of Courtenay will be conducting a “smoke” test of the sanitary sewer system in parts of South Courtenay.
Construction on Riverside Lane for Sewer Line Twinning
August 1, 2019
The addition of a second sewer line on Riverside Lane between Standard Park and 19th Street will increase capacity in the sewer system.
Ribbon Cutting for New Playground at Hawk Glen Park
July 26, 2019
A new playground area at Hawk Glen Park has been recently completed and the City of Courtenay officially opened the playground at a ribbon cutting event on Friday, July 26.
Courtenay Adopts New Urban Forest Strategy, Including Tree Canopy Targets
July 18, 2019
For the first time in Courtenay’s history, an urban forest strategy is now in place to guide tree management across the City for years to come.
Fall Webworms Are Back
July 16, 2019
Our Parks staff want you to know that the nests appearing in local trees around this time of year are not tent caterpillars; these are fall webworms, a native moth in this region and generally not harmful to trees.
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