February 15, 2019
Due to the Family Day holiday on February 18, 2019, Township residents who normally have their garbage collected on Monday (south side route) will instead have their garbage picked up on Tuesday, February 19th, along with the regularly scheduled Tuesday pick up. For more information, please contact: Nicole Eyre, Office Administrator - Engineering and Public Works Tel: 250-414-7108  
February 13, 2019
The Township will be running two refuse vehicles both Thursday, February 14th and Friday, February 15th. Residents are asked to leave out their garbage and compost bins for their regularly scheduled collection day. For north side route residents that were missed, we will attempt to pick up all garbage and compost by the end of day Friday, February 15th. Regular collection schedule will begin... Read more
February 12, 2019
Due to a continued heavy snowfall, Esquimalt Municipal Hall will be closed today, Tuesday, February 12. Public Works crews will continue with snow clearing activities throughout this weather event. With heavy snow load on residential streets, crews will be unable to pick up garbage today in the Township. Depending on weather and road conditions garbage pickup will resume tomorrow. Esquimalt... Read more
February 11, 2019
Due to a heavy snowfall warning, Esquimalt Municipal Hall will close at 3 p.m. on Monday, February 11.  Public Works crews will continue with snow clearing activities throughout the Township during this weather event. In addition, Esquimalt Municipal Archives will be closed on Tuesday, February 12. For Township updates, please follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
February 6, 2019
All 13 Mayors within the CRD sent a letter today to Premier John Horgan and Minister Claire Trevena to urge immediate action to get the train running between Langford and Victoria on the E&N rail line. Once this priority is addressed, the Mayors recommend a phased approach for the rest of the line on Vancouver Island that honours the wishes of First Nations along the corridor. At an E&N... Read more