Richmond residents are invited to learn more about upcoming and on-going capital construction works within the city at the 2016 Capital Projects Open House on Wednesday, April 20. From Hamilton to Steveston and everything in between, these projects represent the City’s objective to continuously maintain, improve and advance infrastructure for current and future residents.
“It is important we support the continued growth of the city by providing reliable, long-lasting and sustainable infrastructure and facilities,” says Mayor Malcolm Brodie. “This year, City staff and partners will be showcasing over 40 projects at the open house, allowing residents to obtain the most current information on our priorities for 2016.”
Projects within the Capital Budget will be showcased in a drop-in style open house on Wednesday, April 20, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Richmond City Hall, main floor galleria, 6911 No. 3 Road. Details of highlighted projects will be presented on display boards, and City staff will be available to answer any questions and provide further information.
Staff from Metro Vancouver will also be present to provide information about the Gilbert Trunk Sewer Replacement Project, and Neptune Technology Group will be present to provide information about the residential water metering program.
Some of this year’s highlighted projects include:
• Minoru Complex
• Fire Hall No. 1
• Fire Hall No. 3
• Eckersley B sanitary pump station replacement, and Cook Road and Spires Road sanitary, storm and watermain replacement
• Dyke Road widening and Fraserwood Trail connection
• Richmond Gardens watermain replacement
• Special crosswalks at eight locations
• Pedestrian signals at five locations
• Bus stop upgrades at 26 locations
• Garden City Lands
• Lang Park re-development
• Middle Arm/Hollybridge Park
• Alexandra District Energy Utility (ADEU) expansion
• Bath Slough revitalization initiative
For more information on the City’s capital projects, visit www.richmond.ca/roadworks.