Intermittent trail closures of Centennial Trail will begin Monday, July 11, as the City of Maple Ridge starts work in the area that is expected to last for several months.
The City of Maple Ridge will be expanding a pump station at the corner of 236 St and 132 Ave, beside the Centennial Trail (just north of Wildplay and the dog park). Part of this work will include some trail closures while work is underway in the vicinity, including to construct a new retaining wall and make water line connections.
The first of these trail closures will happen on Monday July 11th, for a few days while some tree removal work is completed. This work will be ongoing, with intermittent trail closures as required by the project contractor over the next number of months and into 2023. Signage will be installed at the trail heads to provide notice of the trail closures when in effect. The trail will be left open and in a safe condition during most of the construction if the contractor is not working in that direct area.
The work area is shown in the map below. (The dashed red line is Centennial Trail.)