Please report trail issues such as fallen trees or trail degradation (e.g. washouts/sinkholes or structural failures) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provide the trail name and location (such as proximity to trailhead/street) and a photo of the concern, if possible. For fallen trees, indicate whether the obstacle can be stepped over by horses or safely bypassed through the bush, or if the trail is completely blocked by it. Having a person or horse stand next to a fallen tree in the photo is useful to provide information to maintenance crews about the size of the tree. If the issue requires immediate attention to protect public safety, contact the 24-hour dispatch line for the Maple Ridge Public Works Department at 604-463-9581.
Violations of City Bylaw # 6704-2009:
Signs of trail alteration, willful damage or inappropriate activity on the Maple Ridge equestrian trail network, or unauthorized trail building on municipal lands, should be reported promptly to the City of Maple Ridge Bylaws Department at 604-467-7305 or via email at email@example.com.
Increase in Unauthorized Trail Building during COVID-19 Pandemic
In addition to contacting City of Maple Ridge Bylaws Department (see contact details on this page), HHA also encourages the reporting of concerns about unauthorized trail building to city officials through direct email. Please report issues of unauthorized trail building with photos, if possible, to:
Valoree Richmond, Acting Director of Parks & Facilities
or call Valoree Richmond at 604-467-7346
Dave Boag, General Manager Parks, Recreation & Culture
or call Dave Boag at 604-467-7344
When you contact the Bylaws Department or City staff, provide:
- the date
- the trail area or trail name
- as specific a location as possible (such as its proximity to a trailhead/street or intersection with other trails)
- a photo of damage/alteration/concern
Report incidents of threatening behaviour from others while using the Maple Ridge trail network to Ridge Meadows RCMP at 604-463-6251 (non-emergency police line)