Time is running short for those who want to share their view on a new multi-use path that will connect Kirkstone Park with Emery Place in Lynn Valley.
The deadline to take part in the District of North Vancouver survey is tomorrow, December 10.
The multi-use pathway and landscaped area will be approximately 140 metres long, and 6 metres wide (3 metres for the pathway, and 3 metres for a planted boulevard).
To the north of the path, there will be a new local road that includes two travel lanes for vehicles, a parking lane on the north side as well as a landscaped boulevard and sidewalk.
Those who participate in the survey can also see the results of the survey on December 16.
The new path includes a potential extension to Mountain Highway. In 2018, council used an Alternate Approval Process to seek approval to remove a strip of Kirkstone Park.
The previous DNV council approved the 411- unit Emery Place project despite protest by residents for whom the decision meant demoviction from the community.