Parksville

National Volunteer Week is an opportunity for the city to recognize the contributions of volunteers in the community.
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.
A resident was scammed out of over $30,000 after responding to a Microsoft virus pop up and allowing remote access to their computer on March 28.
Parksville Volunteer Fire Department will host a charity carwash on April 30 to support the BC Professional Fire Fighters Burn Fund.
An abandoned well was discovered and safely decommissioned while crews were working on upgrades to a section of downtown Parksville.
The Board of Education has announced that Phil Munro will be joining School District No. 69 (Qualicum) in the role of director of operations, effective May 24.
Voters will be able to cast a ballot between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. at Parksville Community Centre (132 Jensen Avenue East) and Parksville Fellowship Baptist Church.
The City of Parksville has provided an update on future and ongoing upgrades to Parksville Community Park, including work on a new outdoor stage and gathering space, upgrades to Lions Ventureland Playground and a new washroom facility.
The 2022-2026 financial plan and tax rate bylaws will be considered by council during its April 20 meeting. Property tax notices will be mailed to residents and businesses in May.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 255 complaints, including a potted Bonsai tree reported stolen in the 400 block of Yambury Road, Qualicum Beach.

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