Lantzville Commercial Core Revitalization Project Update

Lantzville Commercial Core Revitalization Project improvements between Caillet and Dickinson Roads planned for 2021, at an updated cost of $570,389, are well underway for completion by mid-July. The project is funded through the Federal Community Works Fund grant (Gas Tax) and a generous contribution of $133,000 from Island Coastal Economic Trust (no funding from property taxation). The 2021 improvements include separated multi-use pathway for pedestrians and cyclists, street trees, raingardens, banner poles, seating areas, and shared on-street parking areas. The contractor (David Stalker Excavating Ltd.) has notified properties affected and provided contact and construction schedule information. Please obey all traffic control; there will be temporary traffic disruptions, detours and periodic parking restrictions. For more information on the Lantzville Commercial Core Revitalization Project, please contact Fred Spears, Director of Public Works, by phone 250.933.2250 or email

Construction Notice - extended to mid-July

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The Lantzville Commercial Core Revitalization Project started in 2013/ 2014 with the preparation of a Village Commercial Core Improvement Plan (the Plan) to establish a vision to create a functional, safe and visually attractive commercial core area, extending from Caillet Road to Tweedhope. Council endorsed the Plan in 2019 as the first step to fulfill one of the fundamental goals of the Official Community Plan: Strengthen the Village Primary Commercial Core. Following engagement with businesses and the community in 2019, a design was created.

Read the ICET media release.

Village Commercial Core Improvement Plan 2014 Endorsed by Council January 28, 2019

Last Modified: May 28, 2021
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