Ambleside, Dundarave and Sandy Cove advisories are removed today. Read More
The Old Growth Conservancy Society (OGCS) still has spots available for guided trips into the Conservancy rain forest in September 2014.Read More
Clyde Avenue/Keith Road traffic calming
Phase 1 of traffic calming work on Clyde and Keith began the week of August 11. Work will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Staff will be on site to direct traffic. Every effort will be made to minimize disruption. The 1100 block of Keith Road will be converted to one-way eastbound traffic only. All vehicles parallel-parked on the north side of the street will be required to park facing east, in the direction of traffic. For information, please email John Calimente or call 604-921-2912. Some residents of the 1200 block of Clyde Avenue will be unable to park on-street due to construction of a concrete curb bulge designed to slow down traffic on that avenue.
3500 to 3700 block Sunset Lane reconstruction
Work beganThursday, August 14 and should take approximately eight weeks. A full lane closure will be in effect 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please email Fraser Kettner or call him at 604-925-7028 if you have questions.
Provincial ministry begins improvements to Lions Gate Bridge North Approach
The provincial Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is undertaking Improvements to the Lions Gate Bridge North Approach Viaduct beginning in July 2014. Deck joints and bearings on the North Approach Viaduct – the elevated roadway connecting Marine Drive to the suspension bridge – are reaching the end of their useful life. Please email Alexandra Graham with questions. More information is on the provincial goverment's project web site here.
Queens Avenue & 21st Street Roadwork
This summer, the District will begin work on watermain upgrades and road improvements around the itnersection of 21st Street and Queens Avenue. A public information meeting was held on May 7 for residents to learn more and share feedback.
Trans-Canada Highway at Nelson Creek Bridge
The Ministry of Transportation is upgrading the bridge located three kilometres east of Horseshoe Bay. During construction:
- Area residents will notice noise
- The Trans Canada Trail under the bridge is closed
- A cycling detour will be in effect
For all construction zones, drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes to avoid delays. There is no on-street parking within the construction zones.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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Notices of upcoming Public Hearings and Public Meetings and Statutory Notices are posted here.
Council has identified five priority areas to guide budget decisions and work plans for the remainder of its term. These priority areas are rooted in in the Community Strategic Plan and have been updated to reflect past work and achievements.