Parksville news

Activities will include demonstrations, displays, activities for children and a chance to explore and ask questions of city staff. Parksville Fire Department and members of the Oceanside RCMP will also be involved.
An abandoned well was discovered and safely decommissioned while crews were working on upgrades to a section of downtown Parksville.
Emergency Management Oceanside is continuously working to improve plans to support Oceanside residents and businesses for any emergency or disaster.
Input will be provided to the RDN board of directors as part of the budget review process and will help identify which areas of service are most important to residents.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP said it received 326 complaints, including industrial lawn mowers and trimmer found on Church Road in Parksville.
A logging truck struck a power line while exiting the Bayline Enterprises Inc. yard at the intersection of Herring Gull Way and Franklin Gull Road.
“We decided just a couple weeks ago to do something special,” said Peter Hudson, who organized the event along with Tyler Bob. “The Indigenous community is hurting right now and I think we really need, more than ever, unity and support.”
Arrowsmith Search and Rescue said the second quarter of the year was relatively quiet.
RCMP Forensics specialists from Port Alberni attended to examine the scene and police believe the deaths to be an isolated incident and there is no ongoing risk to the public.
Under Stage 3 watering restrictions, residents are requested to further reduce non-essential outdoor water use, including reduce lawn watering and refraining from washing cars or outdoor surfaces.

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