Community Updates for our Rural Residents

From parks growth to fire department improvements, development decisions to community program support, there’s a lot going on in the Comox Valley Regional District’s Electoral Areas. To help keep residents in the region’s rural areas informed about their community, Electoral Area Directors have come together to create this new online information hub.


Follow along here for updates, to ask questions and share your input – especially if you live in one of the electoral areas:


Baynes Sound – Denman/Hornby Islands (Electoral Area A) stretches from the southern boundary of the City of Courtenay south to Cook Creek.
This area includes Minto, Royston, Union Bay, Fanny Bay and Denman
and Hornby islands.

Read the latest Area A Newsletter
Issue 6 - OCT. 2021



Lazo North (Electoral Area B) includes the Comox Peninsula, Little River, Balmoral Beach Area, Point Holmes, Bates Beach, Huband Road and the Tsolum regions. Note that Electoral Area B no longer includes Kye Bay.

Read the latest Area B Newsletter
Issue 6 - OCT. 2021

Puntledge – Black Creek (Electoral Area C) includes Merville, Black Creek, Dove Creek, Saratoga Beach, Arden (west of Cumberland Road), Powerhouse, Lake Trail, Marsden and Plateau Road as well as Mount Washington. The northern boundary of Electoral Area C is the Oyster River.

Read the latest Area C Newsletter
Issue 6 - OCT. 2021



From parks growth to fire department improvements, development decisions to community program support, there’s a lot going on in the Comox Valley Regional District’s Electoral Areas. To help keep residents in the region’s rural areas informed about their community, Electoral Area Directors have come together to create this new online information hub.


Follow along here for updates, to ask questions and share your input – especially if you live in one of the electoral areas:


Baynes Sound – Denman/Hornby Islands (Electoral Area A) stretches from the southern boundary of the City of Courtenay south to Cook Creek.
This area includes Minto, Royston, Union Bay, Fanny Bay and Denman
and Hornby islands.

Read the latest Area A Newsletter
Issue 6 - OCT. 2021



Lazo North (Electoral Area B) includes the Comox Peninsula, Little River, Balmoral Beach Area, Point Holmes, Bates Beach, Huband Road and the Tsolum regions. Note that Electoral Area B no longer includes Kye Bay.

Read the latest Area B Newsletter
Issue 6 - OCT. 2021

Puntledge – Black Creek (Electoral Area C) includes Merville, Black Creek, Dove Creek, Saratoga Beach, Arden (west of Cumberland Road), Powerhouse, Lake Trail, Marsden and Plateau Road as well as Mount Washington. The northern boundary of Electoral Area C is the Oyster River.

Read the latest Area C Newsletter
Issue 6 - OCT. 2021



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  • Please, please, please can the garbage cans be moved back to the parking lots - rather than 50yds into a trail? (Seabank Rd / Seal Bay Park). People are now discarding their garbage on the roadside for the residents to collect each morning because they can't be bothered to locate the garbage can 50yds into the Park. I've tried discussing it with the guys who empty the cans but they complained that too many people were using the cans! They advised too much garbage was going into the cans! It's garbage - shouldn't it be in the provided cans? Please move them back to near the car parking area. Thank you.

    S P Williamson asked 10 months ago

    Hello – thank you for sharing this information. We are sharing with our parks department for consideration, and appreciate you bringing this to our attention.

  • The zoom link for the June 2021 update appears broken as of 13-06-2021.

    Paul asked 7 months ago

    Hello Paul - thank you for bringing this to our attention. It is repaired now in the news item, but for ease of reference, here it is as well: ZOOM LINK: JUNE UPDATE

  • As resident of denman island,my husband is 94 years old when and where will the covid vaccination occurs

    Paule asked 11 months ago

    Hello – In late February the B.C. Government will provide more details about the registration and appointment process for Covid-19 vaccines - registrations are not yet underway. You can learn more about plans for immunization clinics and appointments via the B.C Government website here: www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/emergency-preparedness-response-recovery/covid-19-provincial-support/vaccines

    For more questions I would suggest connecting in with your doctor.

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