The Comox Valley is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island, and is a regional district that borders the Campbell River district. It takes its name from the Comox people, who are indigenous to the area. The Pentlatch and the Lekwiltok peoples have also lived in the area. The Valley has almost 67,000 residents, with a quarter of the population ages 65+. The Comox Valley is affectionately called the “Valley of Festivals” as it hosts a total of 14 different festivals annually.
Community Contact List:
2014 Community Contact List – Comox Valley
Comox CRN – Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic:
Local love in a global crisis: COVID-19 service updates
Pathways Community Service Directory – The Pathways project has started to make its Community Service Directory available to the public in participating communities.
This contact information will put you in touch with people who are able to give you more information about services in your area. They are typically available during business hours Monday to Friday. Should this be an emergency situation, please consider calling your local RCMP detachment or the Police authority for your area.