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Who Lives Here
Visible Minority: 7%
Average Family Income: $68,798
PUBLIC SCHOOLS – SCHOOL DISTRICT #62
Elementary Schools (K-6):
Colwood Elementary School
Crystal View Elementary School
David Cameron Elementary School
École John Stubbs Memorial School
Sangster Elementary School
Wishart Elementary School
Middle Schools (7-11):
Dunsmuir Middle School
High Schools (8-12):
Royal Bay Secondary School
The City of Colwood is located on the coast of Vancouver Island, in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Just 10km from BC’s capital city of Victoria, Colwood is a fast growing, family-friendly waterfront community of just over 16,000 people that enjoys a rich heritage, a unique connection to nature and incredible potential.
Nestled along more than 5 kilometers of breathtaking oceanfront and set amongst some of the most beautiful parks and trails on Southern Vancouver Island, there is no better place to live, work and play, than Colwood.
Colwood’s workforce is highly educated and statistics show that Colwood residents have a higher median household income than neighbouring communities. The majority of working individuals who reside here hold occupations in sales and service; business, finance and administration; education, law, and community and government services.
There are approximately 800 businesses in Colwood, including home based businesses. Employment opportunities are projected to increase by 83.7% in Colwood by 2038 as the population grows and businesses in the nearby City of Victoria look to expand and diversify.
Royal Roads University sits in the centre of Colwood at one of the City’s national historic sites, Hatley Castle. The University draws professionals from around the globe for its high quality, innovative, applied post-secondary education, designed for working professionals and career-focused students
Unique natural setting with recreational and The oceanfront at Esquimalt Lagoon is within walking distance of the City Centre. It is a point of pride for locals and a popular recreational destination for visitors who want to bird watch, walk, swim, dive or kayak. As a designated bird sanctuar, the Lagoon is one of the most beautiful and biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. It is bordered by the vast forests of the Royal Roads University grounds as well as the national historic sites of Hatley Castle, Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse.