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CVRD Civic Room, 770 Harmston Ave, Courtenay

We respectfully acknowledge that the land we gather on is Unceded
territory of the K’ómoks First Nation, the traditional keepers of this land.

The consideration of this Temporary Use Permit will be conducted in a hybrid electronic/in-person format and live-streamed on the City of Courtenay YouTube channel. The public may participate:

  • By submitting written comments to [email protected]
  • By submitting written comments to Development Services, 830 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay BC, V9N 2J7
  • Via Zoom webinar - see for details
  • Via Zoom phone conferencing - Toll Free 1-855-703-8985, Passcode 876 8377 8062#
  • In person at the CVRD Civic Room at 770 Harmston Avenue, Courtenay
  • By watching the live webcast on the City of Courtenay YouTube channel

Submission details:

  • All written submissions must be received by 1:00 pm July 12, 2023.
  • Anyone who believes they are affected by this proposed permit will have a reasonable opportunity to be heard.
  • All submissions must contain the writer or speaker's name and address. This information will be published as part of the public record.
  • The Council meeting will return to the regular format following consideration of the Temporary Use Permit.

Presentation to update Council on the topics of Climate change, Health & Community Planning: Co-benefits of climate adaptation:

  • Dr. Paivi Abernethy, Climate Change & Health Lead, Healthy Communities, Population and Public Health, 
  • Dr. Charmaine Enns, Medical Health Officer for the North Island, and
  • Nancy Clements, Healthy Built Environment/Drinking Water/Land Use Consultant.

Presentation by Dawn Collins to update Council on Cycling with Age and request for in-kind support.

WHEREAS the Comox Valley is experiencing a housing and homelessness crisis; and,

WHEREAS the regional municipal and First Nation government leadership have committed to supporting a regional housing summit to bring together housing and homelessness sector partners.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council allocate up to $7,500 from the "Other Council Initiatives" budget for the purposes of contracting an event producer to support the coordination, organization and facilitation of a regional housing summit.

Delegates from the DCBIA provided a presentation to Council at the June 28, 2023, Regular Council Meeting and requested that Council update the Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Area Bylaw No. 2264 to increase the maximum local area service property tax.

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