Codd Wetland Ecological Conservancy Area was acquired in 2004 to protect the wetland. Codd Wetland contributes to the health of our waterways, air, climate, and soil systems. It protects critical habitat for a variety of birds, fish, mammals and amphibians, some of which are no longer found in developed and well-used landscapes of the region.
The purchase and management of the site are supported by the Province of British Columbia, the City of Pitt Meadows, The Land Conservancy of British Columbia, Ducks Unlimited and Metro Vancouver for the purpose of conserving ecosystems and protecting biodiversity.
As a conservancy area, the goal is to protect the ecosystems and associated wildlife; therefore, there is no public access to Codd Wetland Ecological Conservancy Area.