Mar 30, 2020

What's New


Heart-to-Heart in Parksville Community Park

Missing those heart-to-heart talks with friends? Missing social connection? Our operations department painted hearts in the Community Park to indicate the correct distance you need to keep between each other when outside. Full Information

COVID-19 Update for Parksville-Qualicum Beach Community

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. We are providing information from Emergency Management Oceanside on behalf of both municipalities. Full Information

RFP - Pym Street and Forsyth Avenue Renewal Project

An Invitation to Tender for the Pym Street North and Forsyth Avenue Renewal Project involving the reconstruction of Pym Street North between Forsyth Avenue and Humphrey Road, and on Forsyth Avenue between Pym Street North and Cameron Street is now available. Full Information

Message from Mayor Mayne to Parksville Residents

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 Full Information

March 30 Budget Meeting Postponed

City budget deliberation meeting scheduled for March 30 has been postponed. At this time, the April 8 meeting is expected to be held as planned. Full Information

Closure of Park Facilities within City of Parksville

Effective immediately, the City has closed parks facilities – tennis courts, lacrosse box, skateboard park and Springwood off-leash dog park. Full Information

Closure of All Parksville Playgrounds

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. Full Information

COVID-19 Update - March 19

We wish to assure our residents we continue to respond to the guidance and direction of the provincial and federal governments as it relates to COVID-19. We also wish to thank our residents for all you are doing to help limit the spread of COVID-19 in order to avoid overloading our healthcare system. Full Information


The Councils of the City of Parksville and Town of Qualicum Beach are seeking a qualified and experienced consultant to conduct a comprehensive fire service review. In consultation with the City of Parksville, the Town of Qualicum Beach, the respective fire rescue departments and members, and other regional stakeholders, the consultant will provide the deliverables as outlined herein in a comprehensive report outlining the current situation and recommendations for the future successful delivery of fire rescue services. The review will investigate the needs of the two communities, opportunities for shared/combined fire services and evaluate the current situation and future needs in several related areas. Full Information

Immediate Closure of City of Parksville Offices

The City is taking COVID-19 seriously and is making significant changes to protect the health and wellbeing of our community. Effective immediately and until further notice, City of Parksville offices will be closed to the public. Full Information

No Dogs on Parksville Beaches

We wish to remind the public that Parksville beaches are closed to dogs seasonally each year to allow the Black Brant geese to feed along our stores without disruption. Full Information

Annual Wood Chipping Program

The City’s 2020 wood chipping program will take place from April 6 through May 1. This will be the only wood chipping program offered this year. Full Information

VOYENT ALERT! Notification System

Provided by the City of Parksville and the Town of Qualicum Beach, Voyent Alert! is a new multi-purpose communication service. Two dates in November are being offered to ask questions or get help to sign up for Voyent Alert! Full Information

City Offers Tree Rebate Program

For a limited time the City is pleased to offer a maximum of one rebate for the owner of a residence or business who wishes to plant a tree on their property. The rebate amount is for a maximum of $50, subject to certain conditions. Full Information

Community Park and Springwood Park Sports Fields

The current status of the City’s sports fields will be available for users from this page. Full Information
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