TRANSLINK: 2050 Survey | Sep 22

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Thanks to those who were able to join TransLink at last month’s Transport 2050 workshops to start the conversation about the region’s next long-term transportation plan. There’s still time for everyone to contribute ideas, so even if you couldn’t make the workshop, please post your ideas on the online ideas board or take a look at the Call for Ideas … Read More

METROVAN: Liquid Waste Survey | Sep 19

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Input Opportunity – Integrated Liquid Waste and Resource Management Plan Progress Report The Integrated Liquid Waste and Resource Management Plan sets out the goals and strategies for Metro Vancouver and its member municipalities to use liquid waste as a resource, minimize treatment costs and better protect the environment and public health. Every two years, Metro Vancouver prepares a Biennial Report … Read More

PSA: Council of Women Strawberry Tea June 26th

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The Council of Women of Canada is a network of advocacy groups across the country that works to improve the lives of women, their families and their communities. The New Westminster Chapter is looking for new members. We are hosting a strawberry lunch to provide more information about our organization. We need numbers for the caterer. If you are planning … Read More

CITY: NWPD Community Survey June 24th

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New Westminster – The New Westminster Police Department is pleased to announce the launch of a community survey designed to obtain public feedback on how the NWPD is performing in the areas of public safety and community policing. Active between May 27th and June 24th, the anonymous survey is aimed at residents, workers, students and visitors to New Westminster, which … Read More

QCB: Rail Noise & Mental Health?

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Whistle Cessation is what everyone appears to be striving for. While the original struggle began in 2010 with the Quayside Community Board resulting in an agreement with the four rail companies to abate Rail Noise & Vibration, it did not tackle the incessant bombardment of rail whistles. While the City of New Westminster has made strides toward the cessation of … Read More

DOG(edoo) DAYS of SUMMER ARE HERE

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Summer is here and with the nice weather the number of dogs and owners increase in number on the Quay Promenade/Boardwalk. The Quay and area is a ‘dog-friendly’ community but every year a few owners forget that owning a dog comes with responsibilities such as picking up after their pet has relieved itself on the grass or walkway. The QCB … Read More

ACNW: Quay Summer Markets

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New West Craft [an initiative of the Arts Council of New Westminster] moves outside and onto the Boardwalk at New West Quay at River Market. Stroll the beautiful riverfront walkway and shop over 40 handmade vendors outside and inside the market. So stroll down to the Rivermarket.ca on July 6th & 20th and August 3rd & 17th. If you are … Read More

QCB: Crossing Makes Rail Noise Worse!

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Ever since the City and Rail companies have installed the new rail crossing with signals and arms on Quayside Drive, residents expected the sound of train horns would have stopped – but in fact the opposite appears to have happened. An increasing number of residents say the noise has not only increased but is fast approaching intolerable with the noise … Read More

CITY: Speed Bump & Parking Open House Apr 17

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Hello Quayside Community Board, Please come out to our open house on Quayside Drive Parking and Speed Humps! If you’re unable to make it out in person, feel free to review information and complete the survey online here. Please note we will be posting the open house information boards online shortly. Please help spread the word about this session and … Read More