Wedged between Boundary Bay and the BNSF railway, Crescent Beach hosts a handful of restaurants, hundreds of residents, thousands of visitors, and millions of birds and shellfish. A mile of beach is repeatedly covered and exposed in a shallow tidal basin that creates a playground for families, and a seafood buffet for herons and eagles. Surrounding the beach are breathtaking vistas of the Gulf Islands, Point Roberts, Vancouver Island, and the North Shore & Eastern mountains of Cypress, Grouse, and Golden Ears.
Fresh water from the Nicomekl and Serpentine rivers are navigated by salmon, and create a wetland habitat for over 200 species of birds at Blackie Spit Park. Paddle boarders, kite surfers, and kayakers, share the naturally protected bay with pleasure craft and commercial crabbing boats. Heritage homes line the beach with unhurried mid-century charm, while strollers, bicycles, and pedestrians drift past, along the mile-long foreshore promenade.
June 1 Surrey Eng. dyke protection presentation
See attached presentation from Surrey Engineering.
Posted Jun 5, 2016, 11:54 AM by Erik Seiz
Sewer maintenance work area.
Posted May 10, 2016, 8:04 PM by Erik Seiz
Dianne Watts TRAN committee motion and press release
Click on the following to download the TRAN motion and press release .pdf documents.
Posted Feb 25, 2016, 1:13 PM by Erik Seiz
Translink bus schedule Q&A with contact info
Posted Dec 8, 2015, 11:34 PM by Erik Seiz