Rendering of Raymur Pump Station

Raymur pump station

We’re upgrading the Raymur Pump Station located at the intersection of Raymur Avenue and Malkin Avenue.

Constructed in 1962, the existing pump station has reached the end of its useful service life. It will be replaced with a new above-ground pump station with increased capacity to help serve this growing neighbourhood.

What's happeningConstruction underway until fall 2024

This project is part of the City's Capital Plan which maps out significant investments in Vancouver's infrastructure and amenities.

Traffic impacts update

To safely accommodate construction, Raymur Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic at Malkin Avenue with access for pedestrians retained at all times. Learn more about project impacts


Work will be underway at the southeast corner of Strathcona Park at the intersection of Raymur Avenue and Malkin Avenue.


Spring 2023 to fall 2024

Work hours

Monday to Friday: 7am to 5pm, extended hours as needed

Weekends: as needed

How this project may affect you

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