Updated August 28, 2019
Road Work – Sandpiper, Stewart Street and 14th Avenue
Key West Asphalt has completed paving on Stewart Street and 14th Avenue and Sandpiper Drive, Sandpiper Street and Sandpiper Place. Crews will now start work on installing the new curbs and lawn restoration will follow.
Culvert Replacements – Hayward Street
Roads crew have completed work on Hayward Street, between Keystone and the Ruskin Dam, and have successfully replaced eight culverts. Crews will now start grinding the existing asphalt in preparation for paving will occur on Saturday, August 31, 2019. During the construction, Hayward Street will be reduced to a single lane for use by local traffic only. Following the replacement of the culverts, a contractor will be paving and a new walking strip will be added to the West side of Hayward Street.
Water and Storm Main Upgrades – Ruskin Crescent, Reedal Street and Wilson Street
Utility crews are installing the new water main on Ruskin Crescent and Reedal Street. Construction is proceeding as planned and will be between 7:30am and 5:00pm and is expected to continue through September. The work will restrict traffic and parking at times, please obey all construction road signs. Letters have been distributed to all affected residents.
Storm and Sanitary Flushing Program – Various Locations
Dougness Holdings has started our storm and sanitary system flushing program. They will be parking their vacuum truck on various streets and some easements to flush the system from manhole to manhole. It is common for residents to hear the truck working on the street as well as hear “burping” sounds from their toilets from time to time. If water splashes from your toilets or you have any questions or concerns during this time, please call Public Works at 604-820-3761.
Roads crews will be doing concrete sidewalk repairs at various locations.
The street sweeper is out maintaining the clear roadways.
District crews will be out doing miscellaneous garbage clean up and brushing at various locations as required.
Hydrant Washing and Painting
Utility crews will be our washing and painting hydrants schedule for maintenance.
Utility crews are out doing repairs on various hydrants as required.
Ongoing Utility and Roadwork
District road crews will be onsite at various locations throughout the community removing curbs and driveway let downs that were cut, removed or damaged during recent water, storm and sanitary upgrade work and preparing for the required repairs.
Letters are being hand-delivered to homes impacted by the work.
Crews will also be repairing any minor road damage such as sink holes, potholes or uneven surfaces in preparation for asphalt resurfacing.
Once these preparations are complete, a contractor will be onsite replacing curbs, concrete letdowns and paving the roads. District crews will then return to work-sites to complete lawn and boulevard restoration.
Updates on the progress and timelines of this work will be provided weekly, please check back on Wednesdays for the most recent information.
We recognize utility and roadwork is an inconvenience and thank you for your patience. These important upgrades are an investment in sustainable infrastructure for the future.