Help shape the future of our Sewer Service

Please note: Public consultation on the Comox Valley Sewer Service LWMP is currently on hold. See update below.

Sewer Planning: Public Engagement on Hold

The Comox Valley Sewer Service, which treats wastewater, or raw sewage, from homes and businesses in Courtenay, Comox and K’ómoks First Nation, needs a long-term plan that will help the Comox Valley Regional District plan for the future.

JUNE 2020 UPDATE:
Public engagement on the future of the service has been rescheduled to the fall in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This decision was made to ensure the community can focus on the current public health issues, and that the quality of public consultation on this important issue isn’t compromised.

Engagement – including the re-launch of an online survey on the shortlist of conveyance options (pipes and pump stations) is targeted for late summer. Responses to the survey that was live on this page in March have been saved and will form part of the final report. Stay tuned here for updates on future planning and opportunities to weigh-in as they become available.

Geotechnical Assessment Underway
To further assess the feasibility of tunneling options under consideration, the CVRD is undertaking geotechnical work including hydrogeological asessment in the Lazo/Butchers Road area, beginning June 15 for roughly two weeks. Please contact engineeringservices@comoxvalleyrd.ca with any questions about this work.


Please note: Public consultation on the Comox Valley Sewer Service LWMP is currently on hold. See update below.

Sewer Planning: Public Engagement on Hold

The Comox Valley Sewer Service, which treats wastewater, or raw sewage, from homes and businesses in Courtenay, Comox and K’ómoks First Nation, needs a long-term plan that will help the Comox Valley Regional District plan for the future.

JUNE 2020 UPDATE:
Public engagement on the future of the service has been rescheduled to the fall in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This decision was made to ensure the community can focus on the current public health issues, and that the quality of public consultation on this important issue isn’t compromised.

Engagement – including the re-launch of an online survey on the shortlist of conveyance options (pipes and pump stations) is targeted for late summer. Responses to the survey that was live on this page in March have been saved and will form part of the final report. Stay tuned here for updates on future planning and opportunities to weigh-in as they become available.

Geotechnical Assessment Underway
To further assess the feasibility of tunneling options under consideration, the CVRD is undertaking geotechnical work including hydrogeological asessment in the Lazo/Butchers Road area, beginning June 15 for roughly two weeks. Please contact engineeringservices@comoxvalleyrd.ca with any questions about this work.


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    Let us know what you're interested in discussing when it comes to sewer service in Courtenay and Comox. What's important to you? What do you want us to be considering?

    Let us know what you're interested in discussing when it comes to sewer service in Courtenay and Comox. What's important to you? What do you want us to be considering?

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    Have a great idea about sewer service infrastructure in Courtenay and Comox that the team should consider? We're listening - Post it here!

    Have a great idea about sewer service infrastructure in Courtenay and Comox that the team should consider? We're listening - Post it here!

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    What are your concerns when it comes to the sewer service or planning of sewer services in Courtenay and Comox? 

    What are your concerns when it comes to the sewer service or planning of sewer services in Courtenay and Comox? 

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    We're asking the community to get involved in the planning process by considering a role on the public advisory committee. Have a question about the PAC, how it runs and what the expectations are? Share here, and we'll answer.

    We're asking the community to get involved in the planning process by considering a role on the public advisory committee. Have a question about the PAC, how it runs and what the expectations are? Share here, and we'll answer.

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