Are you prepared to survive and recover from a disaster? What we do now in preparation will enhance our ability to look after our own needs after the fact. To assist, the Regional District of Nanaimo is currently creating the Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program.
1) File 18-4385 May 2. A homeowner from the 1200 block of Smithers Road called to report that he awoke to find items including a floor jack had been stolen from his carport.
The OCSV participated in the Emergency Management Oceanside's 2018 Emergency Preparedness Expo held Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre. It was hosted jointly by the City of Parksville, the Town of Qualicum Beach and the Regional District of Nanaimo.
OCSV's Mike Garland speaks with The Lounge FM's Bill Dean discussing upcoming events.
1) File 18-3595 April 12, the Oceanside RCMP received a reported theft of two 10ft x 10ft white tents and chairs stolen from Craig Street and Butler Avenue in Parksville.
Oceanside Community Safety and Oceanside RCMP will hold a FREE bicycle registration event on Wednesday, April 25th, 1 PM to 4 PM, Qualicum Beach Courtyard Fountain, 660 Primrose Street, Qualicum Beach.
To help residents be better prepared, Emergency Management Oceanside (Town of Qualicum Beach, City of Parksville and Regional District of Nanaimo) are hosting Emergency Preparedness Expo 2018.
Oceanside Community Safety's Community Watch performed five deployments in March, 2018 dedicated to the Cell Watch program. Of 5708 drivers observed, 19 were talking on the phone and 58 were performing other distracting actions.