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Gonzales Town Hall Meeting

The GNA will be hosting a town hall meeting on Wednesday, May 29th at 7 pm to discuss the City's flawed public consultation process. More details to follow....

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Neighbourhood Links

City of Victoria  250.385.5711

* Mayor Marianne Alto mayor@Victoria.ca

  250.361.0200

* Councillor Matt Dell (neighbourhood liaison) mdell@victoria.ca  250.361.0219

* List of all City Councillors (email, phone)

* City of Victoria Development Tracker

City of Victoria Bylaw Enforcement

City of Victoria Garbage Collection

CRD Recycling Schedules

 

VicPD emergency 911

VicPD non-emergency 250-995-7654

VicPD on-line reporting

Contact Member of BC Legislature:

   Oak Bay - Gordon Head (Murray Rankin)

      (250) 472-8528

   Victoria Beacon Hill (Grace Lore)

      (250) 952-4211

   (Neighbourhood includes portions of two ridings; see map here)

Contact Member of Parliament:

   Riding of Victoria

   Laurel Collins, MP

   Laurel.Collins@parl.gc.ca

   250-363-3600

   

   

   

See our Gonzales Business Directory by clicking here!

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Next Board Meeting

The Board of Directors hold monthly meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. For information about participating please contact us at: gonzalesneighbours@gmail.com

Gonzales Neighbourhood Boundary
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Official Community Plan Process: Concerns

The City of Victoria has begun public consultation for a new 10-year Official Community Plan (OCP). This city-wide plan replaces local area planning at the scale of individual neighbourhoods. However, the GNA believes the city's survey was skewed in such a way that the response could only result in biased survey results. The survey process was also not inclusive, lacking true input from the overall community by only providing the opportunity to complete the survey online. The GNA endorses the Rockland Association's critique of the OCP public survey, which you can see by clicking here.

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Homeless Sheltering at Gonzales Beach and Pemberton Parks

Recent decisions at city hall mean that sheltering in the city later this year may be restricted to just three city parks, of which two (Gonzales Beach and Pemberton) are in our neighbourhood. Click here for more information about what this means for our parks.

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