Annual General Meeting 2019

annual general meeting imageMonday, September 30, 2019 starting at 7 pm in the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre.

Oceanside Community Safety has a governance volunteer Board comprised of residents of Oceanside (BC School District 69) whose mandate is to make our community a safer place to live. We have one employee and over 175 volunteers in programs such as Block Watch, Citizens on Patrol and Speed Watch.


RCMP Occupant Restraint Enforcement Campaign

buckle up imageWearing a seatbelt is one of the most important ways for drivers – and passengers – to protect themselves. Your chances of surviving a vehicle crash increase dramatically if you are wearing a seatbelt properly.

Seatbelts reduce the risk of occupants striking the interior of the vehicle, colliding with other passengers, or being ejected.

Every seat used in your vehicle must have a seatbelt.

Leave Your Phone Alone

ICBC LogoDistracted driving now causes more fatal crashes in BC than impaired driving. When you’re behind the wheel, take a break from your phone.

The use of hand-held personal electronic devices has been banned in BC since 2010. The law also applies while you’re stopped at a red light or slowed in traffic.

The penalty for one distracted driving ticket is a $368 fine and four penalty points ($210) for a total of $578.