Service Level Changes

Closed SignAs part of our efforts to safeguard the health and safety of our volunteers and members of the public, Oceanside Community Safety (OCSV) has decided to close its Parksville and Qualicum Beach office locations until further notice.

Oceanside Community Safety will continue to offer our Keeping in Touch program, Block Watch support with updates, as well our weekly RCMP Crime Reports.

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Parksville: Gradual Resumption of City Services

City of Parksville LogoThe City of Parksville takes COVID-19 (Coronavirus) seriously and follows the direction of the Provincial Health Officer. This information will address the partial reopening of City of Parksville offices in the Parksville Civic and Technology Centre. We are focusing on the essential services our residents rely upon and will continue to exercise an abundance of caution as we provide limited in-person services starting June 1 and work towards a full resumption of regular services in a gradual and cautious manner. Visiting City Hall will be very different from before the closure in mid-March; however, most importantly, we are committed to keeping the public and staff safe.

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Wild Fire Season

wildfireWe are approaching that time of year when fires break out in our province especially during hot weather. Usually these fires are the result of human error such as throwing out a cigarette from a moving vehicle in a bushy area or having uncontrolled outdoor fires. Know your bylaws, burning restrictions and air quality advisories.

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