The dog walk along the Centennial Seawalk in West Vancouver, between 17th Street and 24th Street, will be closed for two days for maintenance.
The closure takes place Wednesday, June 16 and Thursday, June 17.
Maintenance includes significant vegetation trimming, pruning and weeding to ensure the safe passage of people on the walkway and dogs on the dog walk.
“Please be prepared to detour around sections of the dog walk where work is taking place. Remember to keep your dog on-leash while detouring,” West Vancouver said.
Work will require the use of equipment with small motors which may cause intermittent noise.
The popular 1.7-kilometre Centennial Seawalk extends from the bottom of 18th Street to Dundarave Park, and the district allows “well-behaved” on the Centennial Seawalk between 19th Street and 24th Street only, and they must stay behind the fence.
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