Last modified: 2012-08-09 by rob raeside
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Municipal flags in Comox Valley Regional District:
The flag of the Comox Valley Regional District, British Columbia, is white
with the district logo on it. On the hoist is presented the symbol consisting of
two curves - blue over green, making letters C and S. The rest of the flag
contains the words "Comox Valley" in larger letters and below that "REGIONAL
DISTRICT" in smaller letters, all in blue. The blue is some kind of grayish
blue. Information and logo image courtesy by Leigh Carter, General manager,
public affairs & information systems branch, Comox Valley Regional District.
About the regional district:
"The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is a partnership of three electoral areas and three municipalities providing nearly 60,000 residents with 85 services -- from parks to full-service sports facilities to a solid waste system that serves both the CVRD and the Strathcona Regional District. The geography of the CVRD includes rural agricultural, vibrant urban, meandering coastline and dramatic mountains. The CVRD covers an area of just over 1,725 square kilometres (666 square miles) and serves a population of 58,824 according to the 2006 Census. Our borders extend from Cook Creek in the south to the Oyster River in the north, west to Strathcona Park, and east to take in Denman and Hornby Islands.
The CVRD was established in February 2008, following the restructure of the Comox Strathcona Regional District into two: Comox Valley Regional District and the Strathcona Regional District. The boundaries of the Comox Strathcona Regional Hospital District (CSRHD) are the same as those two combined regional districts and have the same board of directors as the CVRD and SRD combined."
- from: http://www.rdcs.bc.ca.
Valentin Poposki, 8 September 2009