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Hear Comes the Bike Train November 29th

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAMILY COMMUNITY EVENT

4th Annual Canada Sports Day – 

CBC National Wear a Jersey Day

Family Bike Train

Friday, November 29th

8:15a.m. leave Allenby Park (Allenby & Dean) to Willows School

8:15a.m. leave Monterey School to Willows

Wear your favourite Sports Team Jersey!

By |November 13th, 2013|Community Vibrancy, Social Safety|Comments Off on Hear Comes the Bike Train November 29th

Here Comes the Bike Train!

 

École Willows School Bike Train to run Thursday, May 30th, 2013

To celebrate Bike to Work (and School) Week May 27-31, 2013, we are making two bike trains, led by the Oak Bay Police, Community Association of Oak Bay volunteers, and Members of Oak Bay Council. The trains will follow last year’s routes and stop […]

By |September 17th, 2013|Community Vibrancy, Environment, Social Safety, Special Events|Comments Off on Here Comes the Bike Train!

Oak Bay Ranked As One Of Canada’s Safest Communities

August 6, 2013Recently Statistics Canada released the results of their study of the 2012 crime severity statistics. The report focused on crime severity statistics for the 297 communities in Canada with populations of 10,000 or more residents. The Oak Bay results were encouraging as we continued to rank amongst the safest communities in Canada. […]

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Block Watch Alert – Car Thefts Evening of May 13th

Thefts from Motor Vehicles

There were a rash of thefts from motor vehicles overnight last night. The vehicles were all unlocked, some parked in driveways, others on the road. Areas of thefts were Brighton Street, Windsor Road, St. Patrick St, Clive Drive and the 1500 Block of Beach Drive. Two bikes were stolen from a […]

By |May 14th, 2013|Social Safety|Comments Off on Block Watch Alert – Car Thefts Evening of May 13th

Untying Oak Bay’s Traffic Knot by Megan Cole – Oak Bay News

By Megan Cole – Oak Bay News
Published: March 08, 2013 7:00 AM

David Leach and his family are a bit unusual. For 12 years, the Leach’s have lived without a car, relying on cycling, walking, transit and car co-ops to get around town.

“I’m a commuter cyclist and I take my kids to and from after-school […]

CAOB GENERAL MEETING

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION OF OAK BAY
GENERAL MEETING
Saturday, November 24, 2012
2-4pm
Windsor Park – Rotary Hall
Free

An opportunity to meet your Directors and share ideas about your community
New Members Welcome, Renew your Membership, Memberships Expire December 31st
Oak Bay Community Green Maps will be Available
Program:
• 2:00 – Guest Speaker, Architect, Franc D’Ambrosio on “Building a Community”
• 2:30 – Visions […]

By |November 14th, 2012|Committees, Community Planning, Community Vibrancy, Environment, Membership, Social Safety, Special Events|Comments Off on CAOB GENERAL MEETING

Oak Bay Council Neighbourhood Meeting

NEIGHBOURHOOD MEETING – NOVEMBER 22, 7:00 PM, MONTEREY RECREATION CENTRE

Oak Bay Municipal Council invites residents to this neighbourhood meeting to discuss any items of interest in an open and informal forum. Everyone is welcome to attend.

By |November 10th, 2012|Community Planning, Community Vibrancy, Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Oak Bay Council Neighbourhood Meeting

USING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR COMMUNITY ACTION

Louis Brown is regarded as one of New Zealand’s rising stars for his work on large-scale, grassroots action to solve major community problems. Involved in creating the world’s first digital action platform to support keeping beaches free of trash (Love Your Coast), he also organized a 10,000-member Student Volunteer Army to help residents in […]

By |October 31st, 2012|Community Planning, Social Safety, Special Events|Comments Off on USING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR COMMUNITY ACTION

Heritage Planning Review

It was a great first gathering September 27th at the Windsor Pavilion. The first meeting of the Heritage Planning Review Committee. Big thanks to Pat Wilson and her team at the Heritage Commission for beginning this important community conversation. If you haven’t already done so please log in to the Municipal […]

By |September 28th, 2012|Community Planning, Community Vibrancy, Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Heritage Planning Review

OAK BAY HIGH and NLC – Traffic Impact Study

Please click the link to review the terms of the Traffic Impact Study. You will also find the Oak Bay Active Transportation Report.

TrafficStudy
Oak Bay Active Transportation Strategy FINAL Sept12-11

By |September 10th, 2012|Community Planning, Community Vibrancy, Social Safety|Comments Off on OAK BAY HIGH and NLC – Traffic Impact Study