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Comox (Population 14,028 – Statistics Canada, 2016) is the second-largest municipality in the Comox Valley and contains a multitude of economic assets that are significant on a regional scale, including a vibrant harbour and adjacent waterfront areas, the downtown, 19 Wing Comox and the Comox Valley Airport (YQQ).
Supporting Business in the Town of Comox
Business Licence Information – To operate within the Town of Comox, you will be required to purchase a business license. Due to Inter-municipal bylaw amendments, you may be able to receive a business license for both the Town of Comox and the City of Courtenay.
One-Stop Business Registry – The One-Stop business registry system allows you to do multiple registrations for your business all in one place.
Zoning Bylaws – The Town of Comox Bylaws contain provisions that regulate the use, size, height, density and location of buildings on properties within the Town.
Zoning Map – The zoning Map for the Town of Comox outlines the types of usage each parcel of land is regulated to be used for.
Official Community Plan – Our Official Community Plan provides a policy framework for Council by addressing important issues such as housing, transportation, economic development and the environment.
Downtown Revitalization – Comox Downtown Vitalization was specified as one of the priorities in the 2012-2014 Strategic Plan. A range of incentive tools were chosen, and in June 2014 Council adopted several bylaws, including Downtown Revitalization Tax Exemption Bylaw No. 1784, to encourage Downtown Vitalization.
For more information on the Town of Comox, please contact:
Town of Comox
1809 Beaufort Avenue
Comox, BC V9M 1R9