Remembering Sherwood Moore

OCSV LogoSherwood Moore first volunteered with Citizens on Patrol and Speedwatch in 1994. He continued to give his time to the community when these organizations became Oceanside Community Safety. In addition to OCS, Sherwood also contributed to the Society of Organized Services and Emergency Social Services as a volunteer.

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Emergency Preparedness Week - May 3 to 9, 2020

Emergency Management Oceanside

Emergency preparedness is a shared responsibility that begins with making a plan and being prepared to look after yourself, your family and your pets for a minimum of one week. Emergency Preparedness Week is a reminder intended to raise awareness and offer information and tips to help prepare businesses, individuals and families for the possibility of an emergency or disaster incident.

COVID-19 Community Update – Emergency Management Oceanside 2020-05-01

Emergency Management OceansideOur sincere thanks to the dedicated health care workers, first responders, front-line workers and essential service employees who are going above and beyond to serve our community at this time. We recognize the challenges residents and businesses in our community are experiencing daily. In time, we will find a way to return to a new normal, while continuing with behaviours such as distancing requirements and sanitizing practices to help reduce the risks in our community, allowing us to get back to work and the activities we enjoy. Stay safe, stay well.

National Volunteer Appreciation Week April 19th to 25th, 2020

national volunteer appreciation week

We invite you to say THANK YOU to the over one hundred Oceanside Community Safety volunteers that participate in so many programs such as Bicycle Registration, Block Watch, Child Car Seat Safety, Community Watch Patrols, Identification Kits, Keeping in Touch, Medical Alert Kits, Offices, Safety Seminars and Speed Watch in BC School District 69.

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