• Aug 24, 2021

    That's a wrap! Highway 19A upgrades project completed in Campbell River

    DSC_0925With the City’s Highway 19A upgrades project now complete, residents and visitors can enjoy new seawalk areas and parks as well as improved traffic flow for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians from Simms Creek to the Big Rock Boat Ramp.

    “These completed upgrades provide significant improvements to a special part of our community and this spectacular waterfront corridor, which some people are now referring to as Campbell Riviera,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “The popular seawalk is even better through this area now, with great options for pedestrians and cyclists.”

    This Highway 19A upgrades project was supported by the Government of Canada and Province of BC’s New Building Canada – Small Communities Fund, which awarded $6.43 million for the work along the City’s waterfront. The upgrades are part of the larger project that began in 2018, and included Big Rock Boat Ramp and waterfront sewer upgrades. Read more...

That's a wrap! Highway 19A upgrades project completed in Campbell River

by Tanya Wood | Aug 24, 2021

DSC_0925With the City’s Highway 19A upgrades project now complete, residents and visitors can enjoy new seawalk areas and parks as well as improved traffic flow for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians from Simms Creek to the Big Rock Boat Ramp.

“These completed upgrades provide significant improvements to a special part of our community and this spectacular waterfront corridor, which some people are now referring to as Campbell Riviera,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “The popular seawalk is even better through this area now, with great options for pedestrians and cyclists.”

This Highway 19A upgrades project was supported by the Government of Canada and Province of BC’s New Building Canada – Small Communities Fund, which awarded $6.43 million for the work along the City’s waterfront. The upgrades are part of the larger project that began in 2018, and included Big Rock Boat Ramp and waterfront sewer upgrades. Read more...