Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, public access to Colwood City Hall is not permitted at this time, however Colwood Council and City staff are working to continue the business of the City and position our community for a healthy recovery from this crisis.
As always, you can watch City Meetings by live stream ...Read More »
The speed and extent of the measures that the Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments have taken to this point have surprised us all. The world looked a lot different just a month ago.
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Public garbage bins are currently closed in Colwood to limit the spread of COVID-19 through common points of contact on public surfaces. This also allows City crews to focus on critical infrastructure needs.
This is a temporary measure that is being monitored daily.
Closing the bins makes it clear they are not able to be serviced as regularly as usual. We are calling on the...Read More »
Ongoing development in Colwood is keeping workers on the job and may help position the City for an economic rebound as we move through this COVID-19 outbreak. Strict adherence to Provincial Health Orders related to physical distance and gatherings is required in all activity.
Several significant Colwood sites are currently in progress. Below is a brief overview of four sites: Royal Bay...Read More »
Mayor Martin's message to residents
The City of Colwood is taking steps toward the temporary closure of parking areas adjacent to Esquimalt Lagoon Beach, Royal Beach and City parks to limit gatherings and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
This will include the temporary closure of Ocean Boulevard between Fort Rodd Hill and Lagoon Road beginning Wednesday, March 25, 2020 until further notice.
Beaches and parks remain ...Read More »
We are taking steps to ensure ongoing provision of City services while limiting the spread of COVID-19.
It is vital that we each do our part. It requires the sacrifice of discipline in staying home, maintaining distance, and staying connected through kindness.
Access to City Hall has been by appointment only since Tuesday, March 17.
Play structures, picnic areas, water...Read More »
Yes, Branch Drop Off will continue to be offered at this time, with the following social distancing measures
Many residents have extra time on their hands for yard work and...Read More »
The City of Colwood is closing playground structures in City parks to protect public health and limit the spread of COVID-19.
Playground structures, picnic tables, water fountains and portable...Read More »