Prospect Lake Community Association

A proactive, volunteer-run community association, the Prospect Lake District community Association (PLDCA) has been operating since 1956 as a registered charity. We are dedicated to building and conserving the community through our vision of engaging, communicating, and celebrating.

Bid on something interesting and unusual at the PLDCA’s Annual Art at the Lake Online Auction!  The auction runs from 5PM on April 6 to a finale at 8 PM on April 17. The collection will be available for online viewing as soon as the auction opens at 5PM on April 6!
Bidders are encouraged to head to the auction site and get their bids in early, and check the bidding during the busy time just before closing. If a bid comes in within two minutes of ending, the counter resets for another 2 minutes of bidding.

The auction will be titled “Victoria (British Columbia, Canada) PARTNER MANAGED Charity/Fundraising Online Auction for PLDCA – Sparton Road”

Successful bidders will receive instructions for pickup on Saturday, April 20 at the Prospect Lake Hall (5358 Sparton Road).
Art at the Lake is made possible by the generous involvement of Steptoe Services, their partners at Maxsold, a wonderful group of volunteers, and most importantly all of those who generously donated their art! Thank-you to the Times Colonist and Used Victoria for advertising our donation drop offs!

This is a fundraiser for the Prospect Lake District Community Association, a non-profit charity, for the improvement of the heritage Prospect Lake Hall in the heart of the Saanich Peninsula. The Prospect Lake Hall is one of the few community owned and maintained halls left in BC. All profits from the event go directly to the PLDCA.

We Are the PLDCA

Our Mission:

Prospect Lake District Community Association facilitates the sharing of information, promotes discussion, and represents community interests. By working together, we create opportunities for connection through activities and events that promote community fun, health and well-being.

Our vision and mission were determined through community input.

Focuses and priorities for PLDCA include:

  • Representing the community with Saanich
  • Building community connections
  • Providing a meeting place for the community
  • Health of our environment
  • Community health and safety
  • Social events
  • Encouraging discussion on local issues
  • Traffic

The Prospect Lake District Community and the Community hall lay in the traditional territories of the Lekwungen peoples. We acknowledge with deep respect that we are visitors on these lands, and that the historical relationship of the W̱SÁNEĆ peoples continues to this day. We strongly encourage those who live, work, visit and recreate in the territory acknowledge the homelands of Indigenous nations we experience and occupy and to learn further about your relationship as a visitor to the traditional territories of the nations you reside upon.

The W̱SÁNEĆ People are Salt Water People. Traditionally the W̱SÁNEĆ People had homes throughout the San Juan Islands and on the east and north coasts of the Saanich Peninsula.
Their land went east through the Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands and northeast across Georgia Strait to Boundary Bay. Their territory included the Saanich Inlet and deep into the forest lands on its west side. On the Saanich Peninsula itself, and went south as far as PKOLS (Mount Douglas), and from there across to W̱QENNELEȽ (Mt. Finlayson) and SELE₭TEȽ (Goldstream). W̱SÁNEĆ (Saanich Peninsula) was the headquarters because this is where the W̱SÁNEĆ People built their permanent winter homes.

Resources for settlers are available in detail on the W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council website here: