Monday, September 30, 2019 starting at 7 pm in the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre.
Oceanside Community Safety has a governance volunteer Board comprised of residents of Oceanside (BC School District 69) whose mandate is to make our community a safer place to live. We have one employee and over 175 volunteers in programs such as Block Watch, Citizens on Patrol and Speed Watch.
Please come and visit our table at the Qualicum Beach Volunteer Fair in the Qualicum Beach Civic Center between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm today. We would be happy to explain our various programs and welcome you to our group of community minded volunteers. A commitment of 2 hours per month is a small amount of time that can make a big difference!
Oceanside Community Safety invites you to attend our Annual General Meeting. The meeting will be held on this day at this time in this place. Refreshment will be provided.
? positions on the Board of Governance need to be filled. The positions are for a 2 year term and provide a great opportunity to serve your community.
Other information that may be of interest goes here.
OCSV volunteer efforts received notice on Facebook today from an area resident:
The Oceanside Community Safety Volunteers appreciate the opportunity to help and these kind words of appreciation shared by the Dry Grad Committee were nice to receive!
Going to celebrate Canada Day? OCSV have some tips..
We were at the Show n Shine!
OCS Volunteers helped pedestrians get to and from the event safely.
There were many nods, smiles and comments of appreciation for our assistance.
Oceanside Community Safety was at the Qualicum Beach Family Day event on Sunday, May 26th. Oceanside RCMP provided a marked police car, the Speed Watch program had a speed reader board out and lots of stickers and public safety as well as crime prevention information was distributed. A good time was had by all, and the weather could not have been better.
A Local resident forwarded this email through firstname.lastname@example.org: "I'm writing to send a big thank you to the volunteers working this afternoon on Craig Street in Parksville. The volunteer checked off garage door opener and insurance decal expired. The garage door opener was really a hands-free Bluetooth device, but I had renewed my plates and neglected to stick the new decal.