This week registration for spring and summer recreation programs opens, get ready for a new way to engage and let's celebrate a record year of growth. Read on!
Get active this spring and summer!
Have you picked up your copy of the Spring and Summer Activity Guide? It is now available in City rec centres, libraries, local grocery stores and local malls. You can even view and download a copy on the City website.
Nanaimo Parks, Recreation and Culture have a variety of programs to keep you active including dance, fitness, gardening, cooking and music classes. With warmer weather and longer days coming, it's also time to start planning for summer camps and other activities to stay busy. Registration opens Wednesday, March 4 and classes can fill up fast! You can register online or by calling 250-756-5200.
Get involved Nanaimo!
Beginning Tuesday, March 3, you will have a new way to engage with us. Our online engagement site, Get Involved Nanaimo, will be live and ready for your participation! Get Involved Nanaimo will feature a number of tools for you to provide feedback, connect with other Nanaimo residents and connect with us on topics of importance to you. So, on Tuesday, March 3, visit www.getinvolvednanaimo.ca to register and get involved!
A record year for growth
Have you been noticing a lot of large construction projects underway around town? Nanaimo has been experiencing a lot of growth lately - so much that our growth is outpacing Vancouver Island, BC and even Canada’s averages 2019 was a record year for Nanaimo, and all of that construction - from new condo developments to highway and lighting improvements - all adds up to half a billion dollars in new investment.
Want to know more? Follow these links:
Upcoming community events:
For a look at more City-related events, visit www.nanaimo.ca/goto/events.
This week’s Council and Committee Meetings
It's a light week with a Council meeting on Monday and the monthly Public Hearing on Thursday. The Health and Housing Task Force meeting has been cancelled.
Visit the Meetings, Documents and Videos page on the City website to view upcoming meetings, agendas and past meeting videos or visit the Council Meeting Summaries page to read a recap of decisions made in previous meetings.
Here's a recap of City news from February 24-28: