To maintain public safety the south end of the Squamish River Training Berm (the Spit Road) is shut down to traffic until further notice to accommodate heavy equipment operation. The SRWS is striving to maintain intermittent access to the Spit as works permit in the next week but works currently require full closure. Notices will be placed if intermittent access resumes.
Intermittent and full closure to vehicle access can be expected through May 2019, with side channel work carrying on through June 2019 as works are limited by available low tide windows. Updates will be posted on the blog as they become available. We appreciate your understanding as we work to complete this important habitat restoration work to improve access for juvenile salmon from the Squamish River in the the estuary.
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information on the habitat restoration project please visit: https://www.squamishwatershed.com/central-estuary-restoration.html
The Squamish River Watershed Society (SRWS), formed in 1998, takes a holistic approach towards watershed management, examining the headwaters down to the estuary and into Howe Sound. We are committed to enhancing and preserving the integrity of the Squamish Watershed, focusing on key environmental factors and human influences.