Bright, new banners will soon bring the beauty of Colwood's natural areas out into the streets in several locations around the City. The banners are the result of a collaboration between the City and...Read More »
It was great to see so many families at the Halloween Bonfire at Colwood Fire Hall again this year. Trick or treaters came to meet up with friends and enjoy free hot dogs and hot chocolate by the fire.
Mayor Rob Martin and volunteer firefighters were on the lookout for fun and creative costumes. The Mayor especially wanted to recognize the extra effort and originality of costumes with a...Read More »
On Saturday, October 26 hundreds of costumed kids came to Meadow Park in Colwood's Royal Bay neighbourhood for some Halloween fun at Pumpkin Fest 2019. This is the second year the City has teamed up with the...Read More »
City of Colwood offices will close at 4:00 pm on Monday, October 21, 2019 to provide staff with three (3) consecutive hours in which to vote in the Federal Election, as required under Section 132 of the Canada Elections Act.
This includes Colwood City Hall, Public Works and the Colwood Fire Department...Read More »
The City of Colwood is accepting expressions of interest for citizen representatives to serve on the Waterfront Coastal Processes Committee.
Appointments to this select committee are for one year with regularly scheduled meetings held monthly...Read More »
Have a listen to this West Shore Business podcast where Mayor Rob Martin talks about:
✶ the developer who has a purchase agreement for the Allandale Lands,
✶ the TWO AWARDS the City won recently and why Sustainable...
The City of Colwood has installed new signs along Esquimalt Lagoon that state "No Parking between one hour after dusk to dawn."
The signage makes people aware that RCMP and Colwood Bylaw Officers may ask people using the park during these hours to move their vehicles, although the municipality has discretion to decide whether to enforce a bylaw.
The new regulation was approved...Read More »
Mayor Martin has received a challenge to shave his head in support of Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.
The Tour de Rock team, made up of police officers, emergency services personnel, members of the media, and special guests, cycles from one end of Vancouver Island to the other, covering over 1,000 kilometres and visiting more than 27 generous communities along the way. Why? Because...Read More »