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PARKING AND OAK BAY HIGH by Rick Marshall

This whole matter is rather complex and has very significant. long-term implications for use of public land in the area of the High School, the Rec Center and the Bowker Creek greenway, as well as for community planning to promote active transportation, including the north-south pedestrian/cycling connector through Elgin Road to the OB Village […]

By |September 10th, 2012|Community Planning, Community Vibrancy, Social Safety|Comments Off on PARKING AND OAK BAY HIGH by Rick Marshall

Oak Bay Lodge Balloon Tests

The consultant for Baptist Housing sent this to the Association

Hello everyone.

I wanted to bring the community associations up to speed regarding two key community consultation items.

Please click on the following links:

Balloon Test Gallery: http://focusprojects.ca/oak-bay/gallery.html

Note: The calm weather today was perfect for the balloon test (the balloons will be up until 7:45 this evening) but […]

By |June 16th, 2012|Community Planning, Social Safety|Comments Off on Oak Bay Lodge Balloon Tests

Complete Street Public Input

Complete Streets Policy Proposal: Public Feedback

Oak Bay Municipal Council is considering a request from the Active Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC) to consider adopting a Complete Streets Policy. This proposal will be considered further at the June 18, 2012, Committee of the Whole meeting.

Please click on, download (as a PDF) and read the ATAC […]

By |June 6th, 2012|Community Planning, Social Safety|Comments Off on Complete Street Public Input

Oak Bay News – Look for police service to improve

Oak Bay News – Look for police service to improve.

By |January 3rd, 2012|Social Safety|Comments Off on Oak Bay News – Look for police service to improve

Can Oak Bay become a UN designated Disaster Resilient Role Model City?

Contributed by Sonja Ruthe, Oak Bay Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

The Oak Bay Emergency Program and the District of Oak Bay would like to invite you to a presentation by the Master in Disaster and Emergency Management (MADEM) students from Royal Roads University. We have been privileged to partner again with Royal Roads in the […]

By |May 15th, 2011|Community Planning, Social Safety|Comments Off on Can Oak Bay become a UN designated Disaster Resilient Role Model City?

Get Ready for the Great BC Shake Out!

Submitted by Sonja Ruthe, Oak Bay Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

Join US! Oak Bay Municipal staff, emergency program volunteers and community schools, preschools, churches, organizations, businesses, individuals and families will participate in The Great British Columbia ShakeOut on January 26 at 10:00 AM.

There are currently over 260,000 British Columbians who have registered and will “Drop, Cover […]

By |January 13th, 2011|Social Safety, Special Events|Comments Off on Get Ready for the Great BC Shake Out!

Active Transportation Forum: Connecting Regionally, Connecting Locally

On Thursday, November 25, the Community Association of Oak Bay
will host Oak Bay’ s second annual Active Transportation Forum. The three-hour forum,
titled “ Connecting regionally, connecting locally” , will be open to the public. Councillor Pam
Copley will provide opening and closing remarks.

The Forum will explore two projects with special interest for Oak Bay citizens.
Redeveloping […]

By |November 16th, 2010|Community Planning, Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Active Transportation Forum: Connecting Regionally, Connecting Locally

Oak Bay Municipality Appoints Alternative Transportation Sub-Committee

Submitted by Lesley Ewing, Safer Cycling Oak Bay

Earlier this year, the Municipality solicited volunteers to form the Alternative Transportation Sub-Committee of the Community Initiatives Committee. We’re pleased to hear that a selection process was completed in March and the following citizens have been selected to serve on the sub-committee:

Corey Burger
Neil Jackson
Gary Law
Victor Lotto
Steven […]

By |May 24th, 2010|Community Planning, Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Oak Bay Municipality Appoints Alternative Transportation Sub-Committee

Block Party Time

Hey Neighbours! Summer is just around the corner, and it’s time to relax and have some laid back, good times with your neighbours!

If you would like to have a block party this summer, now’s the time to put in your email requests to Oak Bay Council! If you want the freedom of a […]

By |May 17th, 2010|Committees, Community Vibrancy, Membership, Social Safety, Special Events|2 Comments

Community Association of Oak Bay Celebrates World Health Day in Saanich

Contributed by Jill Croft

The Community Association of Oak Bay, CAOB, celebrated World Health Day in Saanich today with the Shelbourne Corridor Bike Ride.

Sunday, April 11th was perfect for a leisurely cycle from Oak Bay Rec through Uplands and Uvic to Gordon Head Rec. Two dozen bikers were escorted through our municipality by […]