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District of Oak Bay Annual Report

You can find the annual report here.

http://oakbay.ca/sites/default/files/municipal-hall/Reports/2012%20Annual%20Report%20%28complete%20-%20web%20copy%29.pdf

There is lots of reading, you can also find it on the home page of the District website http://oakbay.ca/municipal-hall/plans-reports/annual-reports.

By |July 15th, 2013|Community Planning|Comments Off on District of Oak Bay Annual Report

Oak Bay Heritage Plan

May 29, 2013

The District of Oak Bay’s new Heritage Plan was approved by Council on May 27, 2013. A year in the making and directed by the Oak Bay Heritage Commission, consultants Donald Luxton and Stuart Starck prepared the plan after extensive community input during open houses and a series of focus groups designed […]

By |June 6th, 2013|Community Planning, Community Vibrancy|Comments Off on Oak Bay Heritage Plan

Oak Bay Urban Forest Strategy

The agenda and meeting materials have been posted for the next Parks & Recreation Committee meeting, Wednesday June 5 at 7:00 pm at the Municipal Hall. An early item on the agenda is discussion of a report from a Commission working group recommending how to proceed to develop an urban forest strategy for Oak […]

By |June 3rd, 2013|Community Planning, Environment|Comments Off on Oak Bay Urban Forest Strategy

Official Community Plan Visioning Sessions –

Your participation at one or more of the OCP Visioning Sessions is needed, and following are the times and locations:

Saturday, May 25 from 1 – 4 pm at Windsor Park Pavilion

Wednesday, May 29 from 9:30 – 11am at OB Municipal Hall Chambers.

Tuesday, June 4 from 5 – 8pm at Emmanuel Baptist Church

Mark your calendars.

By |May 21st, 2013|Community Planning|3 Comments

OCP Bulletin – Dated May 1 2013

 Input from the community is essential to creating an effective Plan. Please contribute your perspectives and ideas.

Oak Bay Official Community Plan Renewal the Past the Present Choosing

Our Future

Here is the first bulletin about visioning workshops and open house meetings for public consultation on the Oak Bay Official Community Plan renewal.
Space is […]

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OCP – Pam Copley Presentation to Rotary Club of Oak Bay

 

This is an interesting presentation by Councillor Pam Copley presented to the Rotary Club of Oak Bay. I thought it would be useful to provide additional background information to the membership.

OCP Notes for Rotary April 2013
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OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN PROJECT CHARTER

The Official Community Plan Project Charter was approved at council last night. It was agreed by Council that this is a living document and updates will be provided if required.

OCP Charter

If you have any comments or observations please send them to obcouncil@oakbay.ca

By |April 9th, 2013|Community Planning, Community Vibrancy|Comments Off on OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN PROJECT CHARTER

Capital Regional District Appoints Core Area Wastewater Treatment Commission Members

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Media Release
For Immediate Release
March 27, 2013
Capital Regional District Appoints Core Area Wastewater Treatment Commission Members
Victoria, BC– – The Capital Regional District (CRD) Board is pleased to announce the appointment of seven individuals to the newly-formed Core Area Wastewater Treatment Program Commission (Commission) which will administer the implementation […]

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Urban Forests Why We Need Them – Information Provided by Rick Marshall

The Urban Forest – an oxymoron? Not really. It was a term coined in the 1960’s to refer to tree populations in our city centres. It’s also a field of study and endeavour dedicated to the protection of those trees, and a subject about which Canadians are becoming increasingly passionate and tenacious.

More than 80 […]

By |March 24th, 2013|Community Planning, Environment|Comments Off on Urban Forests Why We Need Them – Information Provided by Rick Marshall

Interim Chief Administrative Officer Appointed

March 8, 2013

Mayor Nils Jensen, on behalf of Oak Bay Municipal Council, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Gary Nason as the interim Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) for the District of Oak Bay, following the departure of Mr. Mark Brennan.

With over 29 years in local government, Mr. Nason brings a breadth of […]

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