Broadmead is one of the most attractive and distinctive residential communities in Canada, with a spectacular natural setting on southern Vancouver Island.
If you wish to know more about Broadmead, please use our Community link. If you wish to know more about our community association and the people filling key appointments, the BARA Officers link will take you to the right place.
Other pages of our site provide information about the restrictive covenants, community services, safety and more. The maps page provides a number of maps of the Broadmead area, including an excellent Trails Map.
If you have any questions please contact us for more information.
September 13, 2015
11 AM – 2 PM
Broadmead Village Shopping Centre
Meet your neighbours and enjoy these free activities:
Merchants Sidewalk Sale
Variety of Food and Beverages
Emergency Measures Demo
Draw Prizes for Residents
Fire Truck and Police Display
The merchants at the Broadmead Village Shopping Centre
Broadmead Area Residents Association (BARA)
Saanich Parks has been consulting with BARA and a parent advisory group on the design at Emily Carr Park. Working with local residents has helped provide information to shape the proposed concept plan.
If you would like more information on the plan and would like to provide feedback, please follow the link to the Saanich Parks website.
Come and enjoy the music every Friday night in August
Performed by the talented students of the Reynolds High School bands
August 7, 14, 21 and 28
Start time: 7:00pm
Where: Broadmead Village breezeway
With an additional performance Saturday August 8, starting at 3:00pm
Sponsored by BARA
Have an itch to edit? Looking to get more involved in your neighbourhood? Want to take the reins on a community paper? BARA is in need of a new editor for the Bugle newletter. If you have an interest in tackling this opportunity, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minutes from the 2015 BARA AGM are now available.
BARA 2015 AGM Minutes
The Spring 2015 BARA Bugle is now posted and can be found here, or in the Bugle section under the BARA drop-down menu.
With an estimated 600 people attending, the 2014 BARA Community Day can only be called a resounding success. A big thank you to the volunteers that made this day a reality, and also the many sponsors without whom this event would not have been possible:
- Office of the Premier
- Thrifty Foods – Broadmead
- Wiseman and Company Chartered Accountants
- Royal Bank – Broadmead Village
- TD Bank – Broadmead
- Investors Group
- Dairy Queen – Saanich Centre
- Il Terrazzo Restaurant
- The Running Room
- Heirloom Linen
- Starbucks – Broadmead
- Penna & Company
- Pharmasave – Broadmead
- Grosvenor Americas Ltd.
- Coast Capitol Savings
- Canadian Tire – Broadmead
- Domino’s Pizza
- Romeos Place – Broadmead
- Morning Fresh Eggs
- Baan Thai Restaurant
- Cafe Mexigo
- Individual Dry Cleaners
- Salon Felice
- Fireside Grill
- Pets West
- True Boutique
- Saanich Police Department
- Saanich Fire Department
- Marlin Travel
- Menchie’s Yogurt
- Normie Hair Salon
- BCAA – Broadmead
- Color Me Mine
- Suzanne’s & Jenny’s
- Timeless Toys
- The Bay Cosmetic Dept.
Effective January 1st 2012 our contract for the installation and removal of ‘For Sale’ signs has been changed from D & D Sign Setters to Mile Zero Sign Services.
For all new residential listings, the Realtor should contact Mile Zero Sign Services at email@example.com or by telephone at 250-893-7661. Homeowners using the ‘For Sale by Owner’ should contact Mile Zero signs directly.
Residents currently having a listing in Broadmead should contact Mile Zero Signs when the listing expires and they will remove the signs.