With apparent short notice, the City has issued a NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD for a BOSA Developments ‘Development Variance Permit for 600-720 Quayside Drive’. The QCB has just been informed that this presentation will take place Monday, June 26, 2017 at 6pm before Council at City Hall. FOR MORE DETAILS ON THIS COUNCIL APPEARANCE CLICK HERE
You may not be aware but the QCB has a representative on the New Westminster Police Community Policing Committee (NWPCPC). Your QCB rep on this committee is WENDY BOSLEY. Participating in the monthly meetings, Wendy has provided the QCB with the minutes of their meetings so our community is kept informed and aware of possible situations not beneficial to our … Read More
Questions regarding the lack of services and amenities in the Quayside Community (Community Centre and Bus Shelters to name a few of the more popular ones) have prevailed for over a decade – if not longer. As you can see from the post below, the disappointment with a lack of basic services provided to other communities in New West continues. … Read More
While dog owners are always present on the Quay Esplanade, there is no doubt that they linger a bit longer and socialize a little more (dogs too) when the sun starts to shine. By summer, the Quay Esplanade will be teaming with people walking an amazing array of dog breeds – both enjoying the pet-friendly environment. Yet, with more sun … Read More
Come join us for a master-class experience, a fun-filled week of singing and dancing culminating at a showcase on Sunday, July 9th on the Massey stage. Classes will focus on the skills development of each individual artist and will feature vocal coaching, acting coaching and dance lessons. Audition techniques will also be covered.
The community is invited to celebrate the lifetime achievements of Burr with two special nights. Tickets are $100.00 each with charitable receipts provided for the appropriate portion, for the BURR 100 RED CARPET ALL-ACCESS PASS that grants access to both nights – the reception and the screening with all proceeds going to the Raymond Burr Endowment in support of Theatre … Read More
The city has decided to trim their trees along the Boardwalk. This controversial topic has been around for sometime, but the city announced that it would be more acceptable to residents having a ‘view corridor’ and have therefore decided that a tree-trimming was in order. The ‘view’ has been a contentious note in the trimming debate, namely due to some … Read More
We are excited to share the news that the C3 Quayside Community Shuttle service will begin running on extended hours beginning April 24, 2017! It all began with a Quayside resident, Shera Rael, sharing her concerns with a local politician regarding cuts to the C3 service. Shera worked with the politician to coordinate a letter writing campaign to TransLink, including … Read More