News Releases

February 19, 2020
The Township of Esquimalt in partnership with South Island Prosperity Project [SIPP] is working to develop a Local Economic Development Assessment and Business Investment Roadmap. This exercise is an important element in the Township's effort to diversify and grow the local economy. This survey has been designed to support and inform this process and to help shape the results of the project.... Read more
February 18, 2020
Garbage Pick-up Advisory to Peters Street residents:  Please be advised that due to the road closure for the Wastewater Treatment Project the contractor will move the Peters Street residents garbage bins to Gault & Lyall by 8:00 am February 19th for the Esquimalt refuse crew to collect. The contractor will label bins with the correct Peters Street addresses prior to moving them for collection... Read more
February 12, 2020
Family Day is Monday, February 17   Garbage pickup There will be no garbage pickup on the Family Day holiday, February 17. Township residents who normally have their garbage collected on Monday February 17th will have their garbage collected on Tuesday February 18th, along with the regularly scheduled Tuesday pickup. No other routes will be affected by the holiday. See the complete schedule. ... Read more
February 6, 2020
Proposed changes  In accordance with the provisions of S. 94 of the Community Charter, Council will consider providing comments on an amendment to an existing liquor licence for the property located at 1005 Craigflower Road at the Regular Meeting of Council to be held Monday, February 24th, 2020, at 7:00 p.m., in the Esquimalt Council Chambers, 1229 Esquimalt Road.  The proposed amendment is to... Read more
February 6, 2020
News release For immediate release   ESQUIMALT, BC—The combined cleanup efforts of Township staff along with BC Ministry of Environment, Environment Climate Change Canada and spill response consultants have yielded positive results in the Gorge Creek area. Third-party assessments of water quality, wildlife health and surface contamination indicate that levels have reduced considerably such that... Read more