District of West Vancouver will close the dog walk along the Centennial Seawalk for maintenance. The dog walk will be closed for two days, from Wednesday, October 2 to Friday, October 4.
Maintenance includes significant vegetation trimming, pruning and weeding to ensure the safe passage of people on the walkway and dogs on the dog walk.
District is asking people to be prepared to detour around sections of the dog walk where work is taking place. The district is also reminding people to keep your dog on-leash while detouring.
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 offers scenic views of the Burrard Inlet, the Coast Mountains, the Vancouver skyline as well as ships travelling under the Lions Gate Bridge.
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