Ambleside: Waterfront & Town Centre

Updated January 2017

The Ambleside waterfront, already rich in green space, will have even more. The old Lawson Creek Studios building has been removed and nearby Lawson Creek is being 'daylighted' to improve fish habitat. The recent removal of District-owned waterfront houses on Argyle Avenue between Millennium Park and the Ferry Building Gallery means more waterfront green space for everyone to enjoy when the new areas are landscaped this spring.

A key new section of the Spirit Trail is complete. Argyle Avenue is closed to vehicle traffic between 13th and 14th Streets and has been converted into two separated lanes, one for cyclists and one for walkers and runners.

Updated July 2016

After an extensive community consultation process, and building on four decades of work from the community, previous Councils and staff, the Ambleside Waterfront Concept Plan was endorsed by Council on Monday, June 13, 2016.

By balancing many community interests and priorities, the plan expresses a cohesive vision that ensures something for everyone, more green and open spaces, and multi-use facilities and infrastructure letting the community enjoy the waterfront for what it is–one of the jewels of West Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

Ambleside Waterfront Concept Plan

After an extensive community consultation process, and building on four decades of work from the community, previous Councils and staff, the Ambleside Waterfront Concept Plan was endorsed by Council on Monday, June 13, 2016.

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