District of West Vancouver council has approved funding to complete trail repair at Cypress Falls Park.
West Vancouver council has approved funding of $175,000 to complete trail repairs and install an improved trail bridge over Cypress Creek in Cypress Falls Park.
This improvement will allow ongoing access to a key connection to the Trans-Canada Trail and other trails in the Upper Lands: $175,000
West Vancouver will also spend $170,000 to re-establish the trail and install a new Brothers Creek Bridge.
District says these trail improvements will allow hikers to complete a popular scenic loop trail along both sides of Brothers Creek.
The district is also working on a Klee Wyck Park Site Restoration plan.
The work will consist of demolition of four unused greenhouses, relocation of two remaining greenhouses and new trails and drainage to make the park usable for the public.
As much as $100,000 will also go towards improving universal access to Memorial Park through hard and soft landscaping.
A new ramp will provide a safer, shorter and more direct route to the park plaza.
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