CORTES ZONING BYLAW REVIEW OPEN HOUSE - MON DEC 11
SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON KEY TOPICS COVERED IN THE DRAFT BYLAW. Community involvement is essential to ensure the Zoning Bylaw aligns with the vision of the Official Community Plan and best reflects the values of those who call Cortes home.
The SRD looks forward to your participation - Monday, December 11th at Manson’s Hall drop in anytime between 1 pm and 4 pm.
TEST - EMERGENCY ALERT | Next Monday, December 4th at 7:00 pm the SRD will send a test alert to the West Coast of Vancouver Island Tsunami Warning subscriber list through its free emergency notification system, Alertable.
Subscribers will receive a test alert via: • SMS text; • Phone call to cellphone and landline; • Email or as a notification through the Alertable App; and • Other methods such as Smart Speakers depending on how a subscriber has chosen to receive notifications.
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AREA D | Oyster River Nature Park – Temporary Parking Lot Restrictions Nov 24
Improvements to the parking area on Regent Road, at Oyster River Nature Park, are taking place on Friday Nov 24. Machinery will be working on site and vehicle access to the parking area will be restricted while work is underway.
The rest of the park, including the lower parking lot by the old Fisherman’s Pub, will remain open.
Your patience and cooperation during this work is appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less
WATER OUTAGE | The Northern Area D water service has experienced a second, less significant leak on McGimpsey Road. Repair crews from Campbell River are fixing it now.
The water main on McGimpsey Rd is shut down for repairs and service will be interrupted for residents between 98 and 170 McGimpsey on both sides of the street. There is no ETA for service resumption currently.
When water resumes, residents in the area may experience cloudy or discoloured water due to sediments in the pipe being stirred up by the leak and repair. If water appears murky, run cold taps for up to 5 minutes until clear; use high-flow taps like bathtubs if possible ... See MoreSee Less