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Pesticide Ban Urged

Submitted by Lesley Ewing

Oak Bay Council is urged to consider the health of our community, particularly our children and grandchildren, and proceed immediately to enact a pesticide bylaw as recommended by parks and recreation staff.

2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) is one of the most common and most toxic herbicides used on US and Canadian lawns and […]

By |March 14th, 2010|Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Pesticide Ban Urged

Regional Pedestrian & Cycling Masterplan Event

By |March 6th, 2010|Committees, Community Planning, Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Regional Pedestrian & Cycling Masterplan Event

Shelbourne Corridor Action Plan for Cyclists

Shelbourne Street forms an important regional transportation corridor that offers mainly flat topography. However, in its current drag-strip format, it’s a dangerous nightmare for cyclists. The Municipality of Saanich is formulating plans to remediate the corridor from North Dairy to Feltham.

The intent of the Plan is to develop, in consultation with the […]

By |January 16th, 2010|Community Planning, Environment, Social Safety|Comments Off on Shelbourne Corridor Action Plan for Cyclists

Active Transportation Project List

Thanks to Lesley Ewing at Safer Cycling Oak Bay for recording and sharing this list of projects that were identified by the attendees of the Active Transportation Forum last weekend. The list is not prioritized, but simply grouped by geographic area.

Major routes to Monterey and Willows schools require safe bike lanes, i.e. […]

By |November 15th, 2009|Community Planning, Environment, Social Safety|1 Comment

Public Invited to Oak Bay Active Transportation Forum

On Saturday, November 7, come join the Community Association of Oak Bay for its Active Transportation Forum, a first in the municipality.

The four-hour forum, titled Walking, Bicycling, Transit and Public Spaces: Creating the Future in Oak Bay, will be open to the public and feature presentations by municipal Councillors, a regional planner, representatives […]

By |October 28th, 2009|Community Planning, Environment, Social Safety, Special Events|Comments Off on Public Invited to Oak Bay Active Transportation Forum

The Oak Bay Connector Newsletter

The second edition of the Oak Bay Connector has been released! Please have a look in the centre of your Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Oak Bay News to find it!

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By |October 17th, 2009|Committees, Community Planning, Community Vibrancy, Environment, Fundraising, Membership, Social Safety, Special Events|Comments Off on The Oak Bay Connector Newsletter

Oak Bay Artist’s Studio Tour: Call for Entries

The Oak Bay Artist’s Studio Tour is coming around again soon, and entries are needed!

Saturday & Sunday, November 14 & 15, 2009, Noon to 4:30 pm

Following the success of The Oak Bay Artist Studio Tours in the past, Recreation Oak Bay is pleased to announce the ninth annual Fall Artist Studio Tour for 2009. […]

By |October 4th, 2009|Community Vibrancy, Social Safety|Comments Off on Oak Bay Artist’s Studio Tour: Call for Entries

Social Safety

The Director of Social Safety is Sonja Ruthe, who also happens to be the Community Emergency Preparedness Coordinator (& ESS) for Oak Bay. We couldn’t be in better hands! Sonja wrote an excellent front page article for our first Oak Bay Connector newsletter that went out in the Oak Bay News in April. […]

By |June 5th, 2009|Social Safety|Comments Off on Social Safety