News Releases

October 9, 2020
Prevention is key. Now, before winter rainstorms arrive, is the time for home owners to check gutters, downspouts and perimeter drains around the house to ensure everything is working properly. Drainage tips: Clear your gutters and downspouts of all leaves and debris. Ensure that they remain clear through the winter. Have your drain system cleaned and repaired if necessary. Remember, drain tiles... Read more
October 6, 2020
Election signs on municipal property: where not to place them For complete details on the township's policy regarding election signs on municipal property, read the full document. Briefly, election signs shall not: a) Be placed upon municipally-owned parcels of land such as the Municipal Hall, Recreation Center or Public Parks; b) Be placed upon municipal road allowances immediately abutting... Read more
October 2, 2020
The preparation for filming of a production called, "MAID" will begin next week in Esquimalt. In order to minimize disruption to the neighbourhood, all of the crew vehicles and trailers will be off-site, primarily parking at the Archie Browning Sports Centre. However, in order to accommodate essential work vehicles and to maintain continuity of picture, “temporary no stopping” signs will be... Read more
September 25, 2020
Boo! It's time for Halloween It's with regret that we acknowledge that the annual bonfire will not be happening this year. Many thanks to the Lions and the community for making the event so special. We look forward to it next year. With some obvious differences in this year's celebration, here are some tips from our health experts on keeping things festive, but safe: Follow advice from your... Read more
September 22, 2020
Welcome! Mayor Barbara Desjardins hosted a virtual community chat to allow for the popular 'open door' sessions to be made accessible online. The public could tune in live and submit questions while watching, or send questions ahead of time. The next open door will take place later this year.