Park Advisories

 

 

Construction of Nature Discovery Area, Sept 4 - Dec, 2018Construction of Nature Discovery Area, Sept 4 - Dec, 2018<div class="ExternalClass6309EFB15FBD4868A1A8404953EEB0A0"><p> <span lang="EN-US">The new Nature Discovery Area is being built starting September 4th to December.  Expect equipment, crews and closures in the area outlined in red on the map below.  Please obey posted signs and keep a safe distance away from equipment and working crews.</span></p><p> <a href="/services/parks/PublishingImages/AldergroveNatureDiscoveryAreaAdvisory.jpg" data-lightbox="advisory" data-title="Construction of Nature Discovery Area">View Map</a>​</p></div>TrueGP0|#978c0690-fba1-46c5-8a9a-97045772a908;L0|#0978c0690-fba1-46c5-8a9a-97045772a908|Aldergrove Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Notice of School Running Races on Rock’n Horse Trail at Aldergrove Bowl Notice of School Running Races on Rock’n Horse Trail at Aldergrove Bowl <div class="ExternalClassB84E4598799C4DD58B93CCDAB56AF5EA"><p>Expect many students running on the trail 3– 5 pm each of the following days: </p><p>September 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 </p><p>October 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 17 </p><p>Riders, please use caution. There may be temporary trail closures during the races.</p><p>Race route marked in red on <a href="/services/parks/PublishingImages/ALDmapRaceRoute.jpg" target="_blank">map</a></p></div>TrueGP0|#978c0690-fba1-46c5-8a9a-97045772a908;L0|#0978c0690-fba1-46c5-8a9a-97045772a908|Aldergrove Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
October 13 & 14 Temporary Closure of Trails Around Marsh Pond, Aldergrove BowlOctober 13 & 14 Temporary Closure of Trails Around Marsh Pond, Aldergrove Bowl<div class="ExternalClassE254025E2D7F450CBC7D478BE1E5BA45"><p>​On Saturday October 13 and Sunday, October 14th, the trails around the Marsh Pond at Aldergrove Bowl will be temporarily closed due to a bike race. The closure and race route are marked red on the <a href="/services/parks/PublishingImages/AldergroveRegionalPark-BikeRaceMap.jpg" data-lightbox="adv">map</a>. </p></div>TrueGP0|#978c0690-fba1-46c5-8a9a-97045772a908;L0|#0978c0690-fba1-46c5-8a9a-97045772a908|Aldergrove Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Bear Safety ReminderBear Safety Reminder<div class="ExternalClass90163E0C34EC48CA9A147218DF935DFD"><p>Bears are now active and their movements are often dictated by food supplies. Bears are not picky eaters and will rarely pass up a meal even if it means going near humans to get it. Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. </p><p>To keep bears wild and visitors safe:<br>•Never feed a bear; do not leave any garbage or unattended food<br>•Clean up garbage and food immediately; use bear-proof bins provided<br>•Never approach a bear<br>•Change your route or plans to avoid bears</p><p>If you <em>see </em>a bear, stay back 100 metres. If you <em>encounter </em>a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.</p><p>Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park.<br></p></div>TrueGP0|#66885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a;L0|#066885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a|Belcarra Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
No water at Picnic AreaNo water at Picnic Area<div class="ExternalClass97A4A584CF8B47D98FB338273DC18364"><p>There is no water available and the washroom building is closed until further notice. Visitors are advised to bring their own water. Portable toilets have been installed. Work to replace the old water system will begin as soon as possible. Sorry for any inconvenience.</p></div>TrueGP0|#66885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a;L0|#066885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a|Belcarra Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Trail Improvements on Sasamat Lake Loop WESTTrail Improvements on Sasamat Lake Loop WEST<div class="ExternalClass56550B98B2B643B9A32FD0E28776836C"><p>Work is expected to start early September and take about two months. Sections of trail along the west side of the lake between the Floatwalk and Sasamat Outdoor Centre will be affected. Visitors will be able to complete the loop around the lake but should expect minor delays; and to encounter crews and construction equipment along the trails. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information, call Metro Vancouver at 604-520-6442.</p></div>TrueGP0|#66885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a;L0|#066885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a|Belcarra Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
​Trail Improvements on Sasamat Lake Loop EAST​Trail Improvements on Sasamat Lake Loop EAST<div class="ExternalClassD7DFA19682404971880FF19D7444D458"><p>Work will also start the week of <strong>September 18 </strong>on sections between the Floatwalk and White Pine Beach and take about a week. The trail will remain open but trail surfaces will be rough and uneven during construction. Visitors should expect minor delays and to encounter crews and construction equipment along the trails.</p></div>TrueGP0|#66885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a;L0|#066885332-dab0-4a55-9d4d-17832f70a58a|Belcarra Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Possible traffic delays on Boundary Bay RoadPossible traffic delays on Boundary Bay Road<div class="ExternalClassFC498AC874C541FCA1BCFDD90E25016D"><p>A City of Delta project to improve stormwater management may result in some minor traffic delays along a part of Boundary Bay Road leading to the park during construction hours. For more details on the project, please click <a href="http://delta.ca/your-government/delta%27s-projects/neighbourhood-road-improvements-plan/boundary-bay-road-stormwater-improvements-project" target="_blank">here</a>.<br></p></div>TrueGP0|#abb4eafb-35be-4c46-a2f4-759b894bcbfd;L0|#0abb4eafb-35be-4c46-a2f4-759b894bcbfd|Boundary Bay Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Site preparation for new Sapperton Pump Station UNDERWAYSite preparation for new Sapperton Pump Station UNDERWAY<div class="ExternalClass4365585C6F494CA39926887557389F3A"><p>Site preparation for the new Sapperton Pump Station at the foot of Cumberland Street in New Westminster is now underway. The first phase of this project includes soil remediation. Construction of the pump station will follow and is scheduled for completion in 2019. As there will be no public access to the site, cyclists and pedestrians should plan alternate routes between Sapperton Landing and Spruce Street. </p><p>Sapperton Landing will remain open and can be accessed from Cumberland Street. Park visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment; and are reminded to follow posted safety signs and the directions of traffi­c control personnel.</p><p>The existing pump station has been in place since the 1970s. It needs to be replaced to address the age of the infrastructure and the growing population. The new pump station site will include a public washroom, plaza, parking, seating, viewing areas and an extension to the Brunette-Fraser Regional Greenway. For information on the project, call 604-432-6200.</p></div>TrueGP0|#476d69ef-8727-441b-a5fc-19488e320266;L0|#0476d69ef-8727-441b-a5fc-19488e320266|Brunette-Fraser Regional Greenway;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Trail improvements along Spruce St AccessTrail improvements along Spruce St Access<div class="ExternalClass34842214929B4F6D89EFD35C175917D2"><p>Paving and adjustments to fencing and concrete barriers is expected to start September 19 and take a few weeks. To complete this work will require intermittent, temporary closures of the access trail along the east side of the Brunette River, between Spruce St and the park entrance at Cumberland St. Visitors should plan alternate routes. Please follow posted safety signs. For information, call 604-520-6442.</p></div>TrueGP0|#476d69ef-8727-441b-a5fc-19488e320266;L0|#0476d69ef-8727-441b-a5fc-19488e320266|Brunette-Fraser Regional Greenway;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Still Creek Bridge WorkStill Creek Bridge Work<div class="ExternalClass978A464D7BC54CFB93F83C687197752F"><p>Some welding, which may take a couple of days, will be done on the Still Creek Bridge in the next few weeks. The bridge will remain open but visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.</p></div>TrueGP0|#cf1f5a33-14d5-402f-a1e6-2c508311e410;L0|#0cf1f5a33-14d5-402f-a1e6-2c508311e410|Burnaby Lake Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Web AdvisoryWeb Advisory<div class="ExternalClass293E668DB1F94211B24F442ED0C7A388"><p>​​Vehicle break-ins are occurring at parking lots in the park. Please do not leave valuables in your vehicle.</p> </div>TrueGP0|#17b6417b-d6d4-4089-9492-5630d2afaa77;L0|#017b6417b-d6d4-4089-9492-5630d2afaa77|Campbell Valley Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Cleveland Dam parking lot closed until late NovemberCleveland Dam parking lot closed until late November<div class="ExternalClassD5BC344C1E8F45FA99A81FA27BD0D374"><p>Cleveland Dam parking lot will be closed as of Mon. Oct. 15 for work related to improvements. It will remain closed for 5 to 6 weeks. The park is accessible by transit. If you park on the street, please be respectful of nearby residents.<br>Our apologies for the inconvenience.<br></p></div>TrueGP0|#4d4e453a-932f-44ad-a02f-9d27dfbe3b18;L0|#04d4e453a-932f-44ad-a02f-9d27dfbe3b18|Capilano River Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Sheep Paddocks Trail Construction UPDATE 2018Sheep Paddocks Trail Construction UPDATE 2018<div class="ExternalClass2E010569EFBD4B4F8883369D0AE702A8">Phase 2 work will begin October 01 and be completed by early 2019. Construction crews and equipment will access the northern portion of the park near Pitt River Road. The work will be conducted intermittently to allow trail subsurface material to settle. Outside the park, some traffic delays may occur along Pitt River Road. Inside the park, visitors will not be affected as the original trail has been closed for several years. Please follow trail closure signs and traffic safety signs and crews. <br><a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/COLsheepPaddocks_Sept2018_update.pdf">Trail alignment and route </a></div>TrueGP0|#1a89443c-a97a-4dbc-a0be-be293cf2f40d;L0|#01a89443c-a97a-4dbc-a0be-be293cf2f40d|Colony Farm Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Park Access Limited: Oct 10Park Access Limited: Oct 10<div class="ExternalClassEB76AAC2566946F7889EC54D8F32F578"><p>​The parking lots, dock and picnic area near the Delta Deas Rowing Club is booked for filming and will be closed to the public on Wed. Oct 10, 2018. Traffic control on the park road for the filming area may limit access so visitors should expect short, intermittent delays when entering or leaving the park. Visitors can also expect to encounter film crews and equipment on Oct 09 and Oct 11. For more information, call 604-520-6442.</p></div>TrueGP0|#c85e88e8-9ffc-4208-81e1-6845643adbf8;L0|#0c85e88e8-9ffc-4208-81e1-6845643adbf8|Deas Island Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
BCMC Route conditions updateBCMC Route conditions update<div class="ExternalClassBFF53E417C66405996AAAC130A24C3AC"><p> Please be aware that the BCMC is considered to be a route, meaning that it has more rustic conditions than a "trail" (e.g. exposed roots, loose rock, etc.) Hiking boots are recommended as are the usual hiking essentials (water, snacks, weather appropriate clothing, headlamp, first aid kit & cell-phone). <br></p></div>TrueGP0|#7268dcc5-1101-4681-8711-3bc3b5e94aba;L0|#07268dcc5-1101-4681-8711-3bc3b5e94aba|Grouse Mountain Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Grouse Grind Trail Code of ConductGrouse Grind Trail Code of Conduct<div class="ExternalClass0028246FFABB4BB4A047994DD3F24E29"><p>* Pack all your garbage out<br>* No amplified music. (If you listen to music, use headphones)<br>* Share the trail (stay right if you're slower)<br></p> </div>TrueGP0|#7268dcc5-1101-4681-8711-3bc3b5e94aba;L0|#07268dcc5-1101-4681-8711-3bc3b5e94aba|Grouse Mountain Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Nov. 1 to 12 skyride closuresNov. 1 to 12 skyride closures<div class="ExternalClass61DA009333594483B1C07E63803720CF"><p>Grouse Mountain Resort skyrides and all mountaintop facilities will undergo a seasonal closure from Nov. 1 to 12. During this time, hikers using the Grouse Grind Trail or BCMC Route will have to use the BCMC Route to return to the trailhead (hiking down is not allowed on the Grouse Grind Trail). <br>Plan for an additional 2 hours to your trip time.<br></p></div>TrueGP0|#7268dcc5-1101-4681-8711-3bc3b5e94aba;L0|#07268dcc5-1101-4681-8711-3bc3b5e94aba|Grouse Mountain Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Bear Safety ReminderBear Safety Reminder<div class="ExternalClass660B2AAAEC5B4790919168669D1D91B6"><p>​Bears are now active and their movements are often dictated by food supplies. Bears are not picky eaters and will rarely pass up a meal even if it means going near humans to get it. Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. </p><p>To keep bears wild and visitors safe:<br> •Never feed a bear; do not leave any garbage or unattended food<br> •Clean up garbage and food immediately; use bear-proof bins provided<br> •Never approach a bear<br> •Change your route or plans to avoid bears</p><p>If you <em>see </em>a bear, stay back 100 metres. If you <em>encounter </em>a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.</p><p>Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park or harm to the bear.</p><p><em><span aria-hidden="true"></span>For more information about bears and bear safety, click <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/Bears_in_Metrovancouver.pdf" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration:underline;"><font color="#0066cc">here</font></span></a>.<span aria-hidden="true"></span></em></p></div>TrueGP0|#e93060f2-4d03-4877-8e6f-229c1fef4b3e;L0|#0e93060f2-4d03-4877-8e6f-229c1fef4b3e|Kanaka Creek Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Baden Powell Trail and Staircase Upgrade Baden Powell Trail and Staircase Upgrade <div class="ExternalClass28AF13EFC427484D96A3D51FFC267DF9"><p>The staircase project has been awarded and began late September 2018 with an anticipated duration of 2.5 months. During that time, the Baden Powell Trail, from the Richard Juryn intersection to the kiosk at Riverside Drive, will remain closed.</p> <p> <a href="/trailconnections" target="_blank">Project Update</a> </p></div>TrueGP0|#4b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de;L0|#04b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de|Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Camp Brick/PSA Restoration WorkCamp Brick/PSA Restoration Work<div class="ExternalClass7E7E5DA7646045F987C69D936628D072"><p>The Camp Brick and Pacific Shooters Association sites will remain closed permanently. Remediation of the former gun ranges is 75% complete and active hauling in the area will resume in September.</p> <p> <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/InformationSign-RestorationWork-LSCR-2018-01-11.pdf" target="_blank">More information​</a></p></div>TrueGP0|#4b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de;L0|#04b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de|Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Fishing Banned between Seymour Dam and Seymour EstuaryFishing Banned between Seymour Dam and Seymour Estuary<div class="ExternalClassC19DFD71A9FD4B638297A523E2E102BC"><p><a href="http://notices.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fns-sap/index-eng.cfm?pg=view_notice&DOC_ID=177645&ID=all">​more information from Fisheries and Oceans Canada</a></p></div>TrueGP0|#4b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de;L0|#04b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de|Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Twin Bridges Trail and Fisherman’s Trail Closure Advisory:Twin Bridges Trail and Fisherman’s Trail Closure Advisory:<div class="ExternalClass422D75ED2C524101A3FC146C0BFC6032"><p> <strong>Schedule of Work:</strong></p><p>Spring through Fall 2018</p><p>Twin Bridges Trail and a section of Fisherman's Trail (between Homestead and Twin bridges) will be closed 7 days a week for the duration of the project until the bridge is open to the public in late fall. </p> <p>Homestead will remain open.</p><p> <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/Bridge_Construction_Trail_Closure_-_LSCR_-_2018-May-16.pdf" target="_blank">Trail Detour Map</a> </p><p> <a href="/trailconnections">Project Update</a></p></div>TrueGP0|#4b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de;L0|#04b7c84ed-ab21-4dbd-8ee7-2755204580de|Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Bear in area at Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkBear in area at Lynn Headwaters Regional Park<div class="ExternalClass606495D325754509A628FAF057088049"><p class="ExternalClassB5278A973E4F478692BB8FF23B1B345F"><span aria-hidden="true"></span>A bear in area alert remains in place for the southern portion of Lynn Headwaters Regional Park and the LSCR. <br><br>While the bear had not been seen for most of September, it did make an appearance on Sunday, Sept. 30 on Varley Trail.  Staff are monitoring the area.  <br><br>In the meantime, it's best to be bear aware at all times.<br></p><div class="ExternalClassB5278A973E4F478692BB8FF23B1B345F">It's best to hike with a friend (or two) and make some noise as you go (e.g. talking, singing) to let wildlife know that you're in the area.<br><br>Pack out all your garbage (including organic waste such as apple cores and banana peels).<br><br>Give wildlife respect and space. Do not attempt to get close to a bear or feed a bear.<br></div><div class="ExternalClassB5278A973E4F478692BB8FF23B1B345F"> </div><div class="ExternalClassB5278A973E4F478692BB8FF23B1B345F">If you do encounter a bear:</div><ul><li>Do not run. <br><em>Face the bear and back away slowly.</em></li><li>Stay calm. <br><em>Talk to the bear in a confident voice.</em></li><li>Make sure the bear has a clear exit.<span class="Apple-converted-space"> <br><em>He or she is likely just as anxious to get out of there as you are.</em></span></li></ul><p><em>For more information about bears and bear safety, click <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/Bears_in_Metrovancouver.pdf" target="_blank">here</a>.</em></p></div>TrueGP0|#be478c49-6e79-40d3-ac12-e8a7bd42cacf;L0|#0be478c49-6e79-40d3-ac12-e8a7bd42cacf|Lynn Headwaters Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Trail Conditions Trail Conditions <div class="ExternalClass183ECD7AB86E404DBF183A8205E201FC"><div> <div><span style="color:#444444;"><p><span style="color:#444444;">17 Oct - Sunset is at 6:00 PM<br></span>Hanes Valley Route and Lynn Lake Route both have creek crossings subject to high water flows.    These routes are not recommended for travel during or after heavy rain events.    Be bear aware on higher elevation hikes later in the season where berries are ripe. <br></p></span></div></div></div>TrueGP0|#be478c49-6e79-40d3-ac12-e8a7bd42cacf;L0|#0be478c49-6e79-40d3-ac12-e8a7bd42cacf|Lynn Headwaters Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Oliver Road Closed to Vehicles: UPDATE OCT 09, 2018 - Oliver Rd is now openOliver Road Closed to Vehicles: UPDATE OCT 09, 2018 - Oliver Rd is now open<div class="ExternalClass1918CBA16AEE450CBD4627FBED832C48"><p>Oliver Road in Minnekhada Regional Park is now closed to vehicles to keep bears and people safe. This closure is expected to last about three months and is based on bear activity in the immediate area, developing blueberry crops, a reviews of previous road closures, and the high potential for negative human-bear interactions. The park remains open and accessible via the Quarry Road entrance. </p><p>Visitors are reminded that bears are wild, unpredictable and can run faster than humans over any type of ground. <br>• If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres. Never approach a bear; change your route or plans to avoid them.<br>• If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away. <br>• If you encounter a bear along Oliver Road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle. </p><p>Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closures other areas within the park.</p></div>TrueGP0|#743d71ef-a15c-479b-963b-ef503a31283b;L0|#0743d71ef-a15c-479b-963b-ef503a31283b|Minnekhada Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
AdvisoryAdvisory<div class="ExternalClassEFEB76BCD7354966A703AC0C2C764BEE"><p><strong>Caution - Expect muddy, uneven surfaces and vehicles on the dyke trail</strong></p><p>Industrial trucks hauling soil over the dyke trail to fill private riverfront have caused muddy uneven surfaces on dyke.</p><p>Use extra care and keep back from vehicles, equipment and crews.</p><p><a href="/services/parks/PublishingImages/PittRiverAdvisory-January2018.jpg" target="_blank">Route affected</a> - 700 meter section of dyke, from the airport to 176 St (<em>red line on map</em>)</p></div>TrueGP0|#50642258-a371-4068-a85a-a8ba38cd57c8;L0|#050642258-a371-4068-a85a-a8ba38cd57c8|Pitt River Regional Greenway;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Ford Road closed from Wooldridge Road to Ford Landing September 24 to October 18th, 2018Ford Road closed from Wooldridge Road to Ford Landing September 24 to October 18th, 2018<div class="ExternalClassA4AE21AEEC8F482BA0175B1B43C24028"><p>​Vehicle access to Ford Landing will be limited to local traffic during culvert construction by the City of Pitt Meadows. Parking and road access to Pitt River Regional Greenway will be available at other locations along the greenway including Harris Landing, Kennedy Road and Baines Road. For more information on the Ford Road closure, contact the City of Pitt Meadows at <span lang="EN">604-465-5454 </span><a href="http://www.pittmeadows.bc.ca/">Web</a><span lang="EN">.</span></p></div>TrueGP0|#50642258-a371-4068-a85a-a8ba38cd57c8;L0|#050642258-a371-4068-a85a-a8ba38cd57c8|Pitt River Regional Greenway;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Parking Lot Expansion UNDERWAYParking Lot Expansion UNDERWAY<div class="ExternalClass46D96F11AF684ED28D90918C02D33A1B"><p>​Work to create additional parking is underway and it will take about a month to complete most of this project. Additional work such as final landscaping and planting will be done in the fall when the conditions are better for plant survival. The park and trails will remain open but visitors may encounter construction equipment along the entrance road. Please follow posted safety signs.</p></div>TrueGP0|#6c20902c-3e56-40a0-9974-266af869eec2;L0|#06c20902c-3e56-40a0-9974-266af869eec2|Surrey Bend Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Park Temporarily ClosedPark Temporarily Closed<div class="ExternalClass16EB7E31D435496C9DA14070267C9ADB"><p>Effective Monday, October 01 the park be will closed until further notice. Work to remove old buildings and improve public safety is scheduled to begin and is expected to take about three months. For more information, call 604-520-6442.</p></div>TrueGP0|#32743f30-7888-4ca9-bf58-55ca003b91dd;L0|#032743f30-7888-4ca9-bf58-55ca003b91dd|Thwaytes Landing Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
162A St Access Trail Temporarily Closed162A St Access Trail Temporarily Closed<div class="ExternalClass4D0B54D0DAA84702BAFA40AA0AC3FB0A"><p>Trail construction and sewer connection work is underway along the park’s perimeter and is expected to take several months. During construction, 162A St Access Trail will be closed. Visitors should note that there will be no access to the park from either 161A Street or 162A Street. Please follow posted safety signs and plan alternate routes. For more information, call 604-530-4983.</p></div>TrueGP0|#d93a105c-0cc8-4d1e-bd4d-84f48b79d837;L0|#0d93a105c-0cc8-4d1e-bd4d-84f48b79d837|Tynehead Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a
Trillium Viewpoint ClosedTrillium Viewpoint Closed<div class="ExternalClassB6E245F3CBF6407B86AA4835E9AA8D54"><p>The old viewing platform has been removed and the area immediately around it will remain closed until the platform can be replaced. Construction of the replacement is currently planned for 2018. For more information, call 604-530-4983.</p></div>TrueGP0|#d93a105c-0cc8-4d1e-bd4d-84f48b79d837;L0|#0d93a105c-0cc8-4d1e-bd4d-84f48b79d837|Tynehead Regional Park;GTSet|#ef6bfa32-7824-496c-b2c2-24278fe7b36a

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