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This poster advertises public input opportunities regarding a proposal and options for recreation facilities in Saltair Centennial Park. Visit this PlaceSpeak page for a description of proposed upgrades, new features and changes. These are important public input opportunities that can affect property taxation. This feedback opportunity will only exist until June 30, 2021. I urge all Saltair property owners and residents to participate as soon as they can.


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  1. Good day Saltair residents,

    Please check out the story boards in Centennial Park and the CVRD Saltair Centennial Park Revitalization Plan at
    “This park is one of several local parks, pathways and beach accesses in Saltair maintained
    by the Cowichan Valley Regional District through local (Saltair) taxpayer funding. In 2021 the annual
    tax requisition to maintain local parks, pathways and beach accesses in Saltair is $140,170,
    or $18.68 per $100,000 household property value for Saltair residents”

    Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on the Centennial Park Revitalization Concept Plan.

    Best regards,
    Lynne Smith
    CVRD Director Area G Saltair/Gulf Islands

  2. I was surprised to hear of plans to improve this gem centennial park. I go there with doggie 3-4x per week and love it as is. I think it is beautifully kept .I see people playing tennis usually, other dog walkers and some children or teenagers. i live in saltair and this is my favorite park, it has sun and shade, beautiful grass , water to drink, level ground for elders and little ones. A fenced dog area would be a much needed thing for our area since we don’t have one.They have to be large for dogs to run and also to separate large and small dogs[ NOT 2 fenced areas]

  3. Don’t really want to see any more improvements or new things in the Park. I think and only my opinion we have enough. With more you pay more.

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