Davie Street E-News

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~ 2015 (continued) ~

June (No. 22)

  • Special Offer from Buddies Toys
  • VeloFix Mobile Bike Shop
  • Ideas about Traffic Calming?
  • Red Barn Building Update
  • Recent Events Spark Need for Greater Vigilance on Block
  • Shaw Cable Boxes for Sale
  • Garage Space for Artist Needed
  • Tool Box plus Misc for Sale
  • G5 Mac Desktop for Sale
  • Free Walking Tours Booklet


July (No. 23)

  • Maddison Street Block Party
  • J & J’s Fan Club Meeting
  • Follow-Up on Street Safety
  • Davie Resident on the Appalachian Trail
  • Offer from Oak Bay Computers
  • Stuff for Sale


August (No. 24)

  • Join Beach Clean-Up Event
  • Maddison Block Party
  • Miscellaneous For Sale


November (No. 26)

  • Return of the Leaf Wranglers
  • Traffic Calming in Our Future?
  • New Neighbours on Oak Bay Avenue (Jusu & Abra-Kid-Abra)
  • Update on Red Barn Construction
  • Stuff for Sale
  • GoodEarth Gingerbread


~ 2016 ~

February (No. 27)

  • Branch Pick-Up Begins Feb 15
  • Red Barn Opens Feb 13: Meet the New Owners Melissa & Scott


Feburary (No. 28)

  • Chamberlain Street Small Lot Proposal Feedback Requested
  • Grand Opening for Red Barn Rated as Highly Succcessful


March (No. 29)

  • Proposed Bike Lanes on Oak Bay Ave Meeting
  • Red Barn Update
  • Chamberlain Street Update
  • Davie Street Priorities?


March (No. 30)

  • Oak Bay Ave Bike Lanes Meeting
  • Compost Sale to Benefit Oak Bay High Athletes
  • Davie Street Priorities
  • Victoria’s Biketoria Steamroller Hits Barrier

~ 2016 (continued) ~

April (No. 31)

  • Results of Oak Bay Ave Bike Lane Meet
  • Davie Street Priorities Survey
  • Free coffee grounds for garden compost


May (No. 32)

  • Results of Davie Street Priorities Survey
  • Cafe Select Now on Oak Bay Avenue
  • Fairfield Community-Wide Yard Map
  • Cafe Select Menu


September (No. 33)

  • Introducing the Corridor
  • The City Wants Your Ideas
  • The Corridor Map (All the Businesses Serving Our Neighbourhood with Links to each Business/Service)


October (No. 34)

  • Revision & Feedback About “The Corridor”
  • New Corridor Map and Links
  • Noise By-Law
  • Leaf Pick-up Schedule and Map


~ 2017 ~

February (No. 35)

  • Residential Branch Chipping
  • Cold Weather Buddies
  • Progress on Noise Reduction
  • Fresh Seafood Comes to Oak Bay Avenue
  • Stuff for Sale


April (No. 36)


July (No. 37)


September (No. 38)


September (No. 39)

~ 2017 (continued) ~

December (No. 40)


December (No. 41)


~ 2018 ~

February (No. 42)

  • Davie Street e-News Survey Results
  • Volunteer Needed for CALUC
  • Development in Our Neighbourhood Actions and Rumours


March (No. 43)

  • Residential Branch Chipping
  • Rumour Becomes Reality
  • Neighbourhood Grant Program
  • Gonzales Neighbourhood Plan Update
  • Fairfield Repair Cafe March 10


April (No. 44)

  • Update on 1908-1920 Oak Bay Avenue (Goodbye Garden Works, Framing Experience, Ballam Plumbing)
  • Bike Stands for Sale


May (No. 45)

  • Rockland Community Association Defeated by Developer as City Council Votes to Destroy Truth Centre
  • Slower Development Touted by Fairfield Gonzales Development Group
  • Community-Wide Yard Sale


August (No. 46)

  • Gonzales Neighbourhood Association Urges “No” Vote on City’s Plan
  • Update on Gardenworks, Framing Experience, Ballam Plumbing
  • Do We Want This Evolution in Our Neighbourhood
  • Message from the Gonzales Neighhbourhood Association


September (No. 47)

  • Volunteer Help Needed
  • Updates on Developments in Our Neighbourhood
  • Don’t Throw it Out - Get it Repaired


September (No. 48)

  • Dates for All Candidates Meetings
  • Check Voting Records of Candidates
  • Stuff For Sale