COVID-19 Community Update – Emergency Management Oceanside

Emergency Management OceansideLet’s keep the effort going to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. The message is the same, these next few weeks are extremely important for all of us; we must continue to do our part while doing our best to support and care for those around us. Staying home will save lives and following the rules means we will be able to put this situation behind us. Please, help bend the curve, not the rules.

Prevent Auto Crime T.H.I.N.K.

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Don’t become a victim of auto crime.

The statistics in BC the past year show a 4.4% increase in auto theft outside of Metro Vancouver.  On the island there was a 16.1% increase in theft from auto in 2019 over the previous year.  One just has to take a look at our latest Crime Report to understand their is a risk of auto crime in our neighbourhood. What can you do to prevent auto crime from happening to you?


Service Level Changes

Closed SignAs part of our efforts to safeguard the health and safety of our volunteers and members of the public, Oceanside Community Safety (OCSV) has decided to close its Parksville and Qualicum Beach office locations until further notice.

Oceanside Community Safety will continue to offer our Keeping in Touch program, Block Watch support with updates, as well our weekly RCMP Crime Reports.