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
Everyone in New West know the founders of the Group of Five & Friends are serious about 100% of their fund raising money must go to purchase the product that RCH staff wish to have each year. To our wonder, the QCB received a message from GERDA SUESS of the G5 to please put up the receipt for the purchase … Read More
The replacement of the storm drainage outfall is required to improve the release of run-off into the Fraser River and reduce the risk of flooding in the area. Following the underground engineering work (approx. 8-10 weeks), Quayside Park will be redeveloped. The new design for the park will greatly enhance the play experience, better serve the current and future needs … Read More
Thanks to the commitment of family members, the Raymond Burr Estate and the Raymond Burr Performing Arts Society (RBPAS), the 100th anniversary celebrations will include raising awareness for what Raymond was passionate about – Theatre Arts. With that, RBPAS in partnership with the Douglas College Foundation, will create an endowment in honor of Raymond and recognize him for his significant … Read More
The Mayor’s State of the City will highlight the City of New Westminster’s successes and forward vision in line with our City’s strategic initiatives. This is also an opportunity for you to meet Mayor Jonathan Coté, members of Council and ask questions while networking with other individuals who have a stake in our City’s future.
If you were unable to attend a BOSA DEVELOPMENT Open House regarding the building of the proposed 52 story twin towers on the New West Riverfront, then this is a post you will want to read. Bosa Development has provided the Quay with a link to both the proposal and comment cards so you can express your thoughts after you … Read More
In a Sep 19, 2013 interview with Theresa McManus of the New West Record, Bev Grieve, the city’s acting Director of Development Service, was quoted as saying about the development of Poplar Landing, “We are going to have preliminary discussions with Metro Vancouver about how we move ahead with it. So we will jointly, and with tons of community consultation, … Read More