Pump Station and Storage Tank

A new pump station near Golden Ears Way and 113B Avenue in Maple Ridge will replace the existing pump station and will help move wastewater from Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows to the treatment plant in the Township of Langley. A new storage tank, next to the pump station, will temporarily store wastewater to prevent overflows during storms.

Construction activities starting March 2020

For the first few months, you will see delivery of materials, installation of fencing and construction of a temporary access road. Excavation will being in spring 2020. Above-ground work is expected to begin in spring 2021 with project completion in summer 2022. Metro

Vancouver is committed to minimizing traffic, noise and dust impacts during construction.

Please see this fact sheet for more information. Contact Metro Vancouver if you have any questions, see contact info in sidebar.

Site Plan: Pump Station and Storage Tank


 

 

Trenton Pierre (sɬə́məxw), artist from Katzie First Nation, was awarded the contract to create a full-wall design that will be located on the south wall of the storage tank.http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/projects-initiatives/northwest-langley-wastewater-treatment-projects/pump-station/PicGallery/_t/NLWWTP-south-elevation-Trenton-Pierre-March-2020_png.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/projects-initiatives/northwest-langley-wastewater-treatment-projects/pump-station/PicGallery/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=4&RootFolder=/services/liquid-waste/projects-initiatives/northwest-langley-wastewater-treatment-projects/pump-station/PicGallery Trenton Pierre (sɬə́məxw), artist from Katzie First Nation, was awarded the contract to create a full-wall design that will be located on the south wall of the storage tank.

timeline

2019 - 2021

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We have met with the Community and hosted several Open Houses about this project. Click here to learn more and see the Open House Panels.