Parks & Trails

Contracting Opportunity: Construction of gravel crush multi-use trail (portion of Friendship Trail)

The SLRD is requesting Proposals from qualified firms to construct a 1.5 - 2.0 metre wide gravel crush trail between Harrow Road and Pemberton Farm Road East, along the Sea to Sky Highway (Highway 99). This is a portion of the Friendship Trail (Pemberton and District Area). 

Proposals will be accepted until Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.  

For more information, visit the Contracting Opportunities Directory

Contract Opportunity: Landscape Maintenance Services

The SLRD invites proposals from qualified individuals or companies to complete seasonal landscape maintenance for a number of properties managed by the Recreation Service.

The SLRD manages three properties utilized by the community for a number of recreation purposes, including the Pemberton & District Community Centre, Meadows Fields and Gates Lake Park.

Submissions will close 4pm, Friday November 17, 2017.

Request for Proposals: Pemberton Valley Trails Master Plan Update

The SLRD invites proposals from qualified firms to update the Pemberton Valley Trails Master Plan, to address recreational trails and develop policy for trail use, maintenance, and development.

Applications are now open and will close at 3pm on Monday, August 21, 2017. 

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The Pemberton Valley and its hillsides are frequently used for recreation. The Trails Master Plan adopted by the SLRD Board in 2009 requires an update, in order to:

Anderson Lake to get new docks and boat ramp for summer 2017

Tender awarded to Whistler’s Munster Construction; fabrication of aluminum dock sections underway

Work has begun on the fabrication of two new metal docks for Anderson Lake in D’Arcy, in Electoral Area C, after the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) Board awarded the contract for installing new docks and a boat ramp at its January 25, 2017 meeting. It is hoped that the new docks and boat ramp will be in place in time for the May 24 long weekend, the unofficial kick-off to summer.

Exercise Caution: wind-damaged Anderson Lake dock now closed

Arctic outflows can be good for lakes, especially if you're sharpening your skates in anticipation of a session of pond hockey. Unfortunately, the recent spate of cold windy weather took a toll on the aging dock on the east side of Anderson Lake, blowing it sideways until the ramp and float broke.

The east side dock is now closed until further notice. Please do not attempt to use it.


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