The Town of Qualicum Beach has released its annual report. (File photo)

Qualicum Beach 2019 annual report ready for public feedback

Document can be viewed online

The town of Qualicum Beach’s 2019 annual report is now available for the public to view and provide feedback.

“This report is a statutory document that provides an overview of goals and accomplishments in 2019 and includes reports, financial information, and department highlights,” read a release from the town.

READ MORE: Parksville’s annual report available for public review

Council will recieve the report at the upcoming council meeting on Aug. 19. The report will provide “a progress report on the performance of the town compared to established objectives and includes the following: 2019 financial information; List of the tax exemptions provided by council; and report on municipal services and operations.”

If you wish to comment on the report, or have questions, contact the town before their council meeting on Aug 19. Questions and comments can be submitted by email to or by phoning 250-751-6921. You can view the report at the town’s website.

— NEWS staff, submitted

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