Sidney Community Association Presents the Hewitt Helmsing Community Service Award to Jocelyn Gifford

“Hewitt loved Sidney” says Gay. He was excited to be actively involved in his beloved Sidney. With any successful community project, it takes many hard-working volunteers, and Hewitt was the first to acknowledge this. He embraced his community spirit throughout his career, both in Regina and in Sidney. As the… Read more“Sidney Community Association Presents the Hewitt Helmsing Community Service Award to Jocelyn Gifford”

June 23, 2019 Annual General Meeting with Guest Speakers MLA Adam Olsen and Mayor Cliff McNeill-Smith

Our speakers shared their vision for Sidney, the importance of Official Community Plans and the relationship to the region in which we reside.    Given the forthcoming review of Sidney’s Official Community Plan, this was a very timely opportunity to hear from our elected representatives and to join the discussion… Read more“June 23, 2019 Annual General Meeting with Guest Speakers MLA Adam Olsen and Mayor Cliff McNeill-Smith”

April 27, 2019 Transportation: What Makes a Great Street? How Does a Great Street Function?

Join us at 2 PM on Saturday April 27 Brent Molnar, Director of Development Services for the City of Colwood will be our expert for a fun and informative walk around some of Sidney’s greatest streets. Sign up by e-mailing us at:  sidneycommunityassociation@gmail.com. Put Walk n Learn in the subject… Read more“April 27, 2019 Transportation: What Makes a Great Street? How Does a Great Street Function?”

March 30, 2019 SCA members join the Greater Victoria Green Team to Remove Invasive Plants from Roberts Bay beach access

Click here for more photos. The Town of Sidney’s first time inviting residents to help care for our Parks and Beach Access was a great success. Fifteen Sidney residents, 10 of which are Community Association members, were among the 40 volunteers brought together by the Greater Victoria Green team to… Read more“March 30, 2019 SCA members join the Greater Victoria Green Team to Remove Invasive Plants from Roberts Bay beach access”