ABOUT THE PARKSVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE
To be the first choice for meetings and community events in the City of Parksville.
Our Mission is to provide all members of our community and visitors from around the world with a warm welcome and a feeling of belonging.
Our focus is to bring people together, to share knowledge, inspire and motivate productivity in a safe, healthy, socially accepting environment.
- to provide a comfortable safe and healthy facility where all are welcome
- to welcome and encourage cultural, artistic and racial diversity
- to meet visitor expectations
- to be focused on being environmentally responsible
- to foster relationships with community groups, charities and organizations who are like-minded
The Parksville Community Centre was previously known as the former Parksville High School.
In partnership with the City of Parksville, the Parksville Community Centre was founded as a non-profit charitable organization in 1999.
The Parksville Community Centre is host to a broad range of events including business meetings, trade shows, educational seminars, sporting events, club gatherings, cultural events and concerts year-round.
The City of Parksville is one of the most beautiful communities in the world, and it is beyond a doubt one of the most desirable destinations on Canada’s west coast to live, work and play.
Our Board of Directors
The Parksville Community Centre Board of Directors is comprised of a group of community leaders who volunteer their time in overseeing the governance of the centre. The Board’s mandate is to ensure the centre continues to drive social and economic activity within the local community and ecourage participation from all sectors in both public, business and government.
The City of Parksville
The facility is owned by the City of Parksville and operated by the Parksville Community Centre Society. We work closely with staff to ensure it is maintained and operated to meet the standards of our local government.
Parksville Community Centre Members
We thank our members for being involved in our community and providing financial support to the Centre. Please contact us if you would like to purchase a membership to the Parksville Community Centre Society.
The Oceanside Emergency Social Services (ESS) Program
The following four service organizations deliver our local Emergency Preparedness Program and will serve as the command centre coordinators should disaster strike:
- Oceanside Emergency Social Services (www.ess.bc.ca);
- ORCA – the Oceanside Radio Communications Association,
- COPS – Citizens on Patrol program;
- Community Police Officer and RCMP volunteer
Interested in Booking an Event? Get in Touch!
Our professional team of meeting planners is happy to answer any questions you may have about our facility. Feel free to call or email us with the the details of your event.