In 2021, the City of Campbell River issued 404 building permits, hosted 1,027 people at its fitness studios and weight rooms and 2,828 emergency calls were responded to in the area.
These details are featured in the city’s 2021 annual report.
The report details department summaries and key performance indicators from last year and plans for the future.
Highlights from the report in the scorecard section also include that 88 per cent of citizen satisfaction survey respondents were satisfied with city programs and services during the year.
“The city scorecard section offers residents a snapshot of the work we do here at the city and the impact it has on the community,” said city manager Deborah Sargent.
“Staff are pleased to report that the city continues to operate from a position of financial stability and resiliency while also identifying financial challenges that exist and lay ahead due to the impacts of COVID-19 and other economic factors.”
The entire report is available at campbellriver.ca or at city hall.
“The annual report is a detailed summary of what the City has achieved in the course of a year,” said Campbell River Mayor Andy Adams.
“In the face of ongoing challenges, the community and the city showed resilience and strength in 2021. We thank Campbell Riverites, who made adjustments with the many changes that we all experienced.”
City council will look over the report at the June 27 council meeting.