Increased Dump Truck Traffic on Capilano I.R. No. 5 – North End of Ikwikws Road

The Nation is importing sand into the Parcel G site, Capilano IR No. 5. This coarse sand is being accepted from the new Lions Gate Treatment Plant site where it was previously used as preload on that site. The sand has been confirmed clean of any contamination and will be stockpiled adjacent to the proposed Phase 4 subdivision site for use in upcoming Nation capital projects.

The trucking of this sand is scheduled to commence around Monday, February 3, 2020 and be completed around mid-March 2020. See truck haul route map on page 2. During this work, the contractor will ensure minimal disruption to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic and minimal inconvenience to residents; however, signage directing new traffic detours will be placed if temporary road closures are required.

During construction, as well as after hours, for safety reasons we ask that you please refrain from entering the Parcel G site. We also ask that you ensure children do not enter or play on the site or equipment.

For more information on this project please stop by the housing office. We thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation in bringing this project to a successful completion.

For any project concerns or questions please call or email:
Housing Office: Tel: 604-904-7474;

One thought on “Increased Dump Truck Traffic on Capilano I.R. No. 5 – North End of Ikwikws Road

  1. This is a little off but does concern the traffic at marine drive and capilano road. I am a resident of the Capilano Reserve. On Tuesday’s i leave the north shore around 4 pm and head over the Lions Gate Bridge. As you know the road out of Lawa is blocked on the east end by Red Baker’s house. I can go up Capilano Road, but there are no left hand turns between 7 and 3 pm. In order to turn left i have to go into the Petro station and come back out and get onto Marine Dr. This is problematic for me. I forgot and made the turn last week. I do not like this arrangement. We were able to get out to garden avenue or sowden in order to make a safe legal turn with the lights. This new rule is the sh*ts just like the blocking of Lawa Road and is only enjoyable for Red Baker, and Faye Halls. other than that it stinks for the rest of the residents as is not the answer.

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