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Alder Bay Dock

Alder Bay replacement dock design

The dock for launching non-motorized watercraft in Alder Bay needs replacing. This is an opportunity to design a dock that is universally accessible and meets the needs of all users. 

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation staff and consultant team have been working on the dock design with CMHC Granville Island, False Creek Community Association, paddlers, and rowers. 

The estimated cost to replace the dock is $2 to $3 million, some of the funding needed for the project may be considered in the next Capital Plan 2019–2022.

What's happening

The Alder Bay dock survey on the proposed concept plan is now closed. 

Thank you to everyone who participated! 

View the open house display boards (6.35 MB)

View the consultation summary  (844 KB)

Contact the project team

Debra Barnes
Landscape Architect

604 718 5852
debra.barnes
@vancouver.ca

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