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March 27, 2020 The emergency programs for the City of Parksville and Town of Qualicum Beach wor - read more
March 25, 2020This message is an update for Parksville residents about the COVID 19 pandemic. Counci - read more
March 23, 2020Further to our release on March 20 that advised the closure of all playgrounds in the - read more
March 20, 2020Effective immediately and until further notice, all playgrounds in the City of Parksvi - read more
March 19, 2020We wish to assure our residents the City of Parksville continues to respond to the gui - read more
We recognize there is a tremendous amount of information about COVID-19, including communications fr - read more
March 16, 2020The City is taking COVID-19 seriously and is making significant changes to protect the - read more
March 16, 2020At the request of Mayor Ed Mayne, the following information is being distributed on be - read more
March 12, 2020The City of Parksville is monitoring and responding to the evolving COVID-19 situation - read more
March 11, 2020On March 11, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global health pandemic - read more
February 27, 2020Recent stories from national and international news media indicate the Coronavirus, - read more
It's that time of year when Parksville Volunteer Fire Department members collect food and toys, door - read more

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Posted: Mar 27, 2020
March 27, 2020 The emergency programs for the City of Parksville and Town of Qualicum Beach work in unison to provide large-scale emergency support and disaster service to residents of our region. The EMO partnership provides a cooperative and effective approach to managing emergencies in our region and as such has activated a Level 1 Emergency Operations Centre to ensure the best possible response to COVID-19. Most of the COVID-19 related information from Qualicum Beach and Parksville goin

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Posted: Mar 25, 2020
March 25, 2020 This message is an update for Parksville residents about the COVID 19 pandemic. Council is aware we are in a provincial state of emergency and the next few weeks are critical in terms of the impact this pandemic has on our community. I am hearing from many citizens in Parkville and Oceanside who have ongoing concerns about the spread of COVID 19 in our communities. People are worried about their health, the health of their loved ones and in so many cases, also concerned abou

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Posted: Mar 24, 2020
March 23, 2020 Further to our release on March 20 that advised the closure of all playgrounds in the City of Parksville, the following facilities will be closed until further notice. These closures are intended to protect our residents and encourage physical distancing in our community: - Community Park tennis/pickleball courts - Community Park lacrosse box - Community Park skateboard park - Springwood tennis courts - Springwood off-leash dog park All public parks within the City of

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Posted: Mar 24, 2020
March 20, 2020 Effective immediately and until further notice, all playgrounds in the City of Parksville are now closed to use by the public. This decision was made by the City to help stop the spread of COVID-19, protect our residents and encourage social distancing in our community. Dr Bonnie Henry issued clear directives that parents should not be taking their children to playgrounds, as health officials continue to emphasize the importance of social distancing to curb the spread of COV

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Posted: Mar 19, 2020
March 19, 2020 We wish to assure our residents the City of Parksville continues to respond to the guidance and direction of the provincial and federal governments as it relates to COVID-19; this determines what actions are appropriate for our municipal government. The medical health officer for Central Vancouver Island advised we should assume COVID-19 is now present in our region and knowing with some certainty that infections do exist in our community, we continue to be concerned for th

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