Open house on gypsy moth ground spray program in Surrey
A community open house about the 2017 gypsy moth ground spray treatment program in Surrey will be held on Thursday, April 6, 2017, 3:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting, which will take place in the multi-purpose room at Fraser Heights Recreation Centre, 10588 – 160 St. in Surrey.
Members of the B.C. gypsy moth technical advisory committee, representatives from the ministries of Environment and Agriculture, and other experts will be in attendance to answer questions and provide information about the 2016 trapping season and the proposed 2017 treatment areas.
The 2016 gypsy moth trapping data reveals that a population of gypsy moth appears to be establishing itself in the northwest corner of the Guilford neighborhood in North Surrey. Trapping results for the last three years show the gypsy moth surviving in this residential area bordered by the former Surrey Landfill and the south approach to the Port Mann Bridge.
If left untreated, the moth could threaten trees and farms in Surrey and spread to new areas of the province via vehicles and the movement of household goods and other materials.
The gypsy moth is an introduced pest species. The caterpillars feed on tree leaves and can damage forests, farms and orchards. In recent years, large gypsy moth populations have defoliated sections of forests and residential areas in Ontario and the eastern United States.
Learn more about gypsy moths, threats and treatment: www.gov.bc.ca/gypsymoth
WHAT: FINAL Public Open House East Fraser Heights / Abbey Ridge Local Area Plan Stage 2
Final Report & Land Use Concept Plan (see map below, between 172 Street and 182 A Street)
WHEN: Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm ( Presentation @ 6:30 pm.)
WHERE: Fraser Heights Secondary School Hub Area and Theatre 16060 108 Avenue, Surrey
This is to advise that City staff will be holding a Public Open House on Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 regarding the Abbey Ridge Local Area Plan (LAP). This Open House will provide residents, owners, and other interested parties with an opportunity to view and comment on the proposed Local Area Plan (LAP) and Stage 2 ‘Final Report’ for the Abbey Ridge area. The purpose of this meeting is to show refinements of the Land Use Concept Plan, transportation, design and development guidelines, an engineering servicing plan, and a financial strategy that will fund infrastructure, phasing of development, and community amenities for the Abbey Ridge LAP.
City staff will be on hand to answer questions during the evening and will give a brief presentation at approximately 6:30 pm. Feedback from the Open House will be considered and documented before a final Stage 2 Report and Local Area Plan is presented to Council.
If you have any questions or comments, please phone me at 604-591-4606 or email me at DLuymes@surrey.ca. For plan history and information, please visit our website at http://www.surrey.ca/city-services/17185.aspx. The LAP area is shown on the map on the reverse side of this page.
Don Luymes Manager, Community Planning
ABBEY RIDGE LAP – STUDY AREA
The Fraser Heights Community Association has received the following invitation regarding an Open House on a proposed development:
Invitation to an Open House
Proposed Development at 166 Street & 104 Avenue, Surrey
Surrey Project No. 7914-0322-00
Date: May 9, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: Fraser Heights Recreation Centre, Gymnasium #2 (10588 160 St., Surrey, BC)
On behalf of the developer, we would like to invite you to attend a Public Information Meeting where representatives from CitiWest Consulting Ltd and owners will present details of the proposed residential development at the above site.
The developer has previously hosted a public information meeting on January 7, 2016. The feedback from this meeting was taken into consideration when preparing the revised proposal.
The purpose of this Public Information Meeting is to seek input from the area residents for the proposed development and answer any questions, which may arise prior to presenting the project back to City Council.
The revised proposal is to rezone from the RA zone to the CD zone (based on the RF zone), the RF zone and the RF-G zone. The site is designated within the Official Community Plan and this will remain as Urban. There is a Development Variance Permit, which deals with setback relaxations due to tree retention, Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline right-of-way, and some irregular shaped lots. The proposal also includes park dedication, preservation of a watercourse, and a greenway over the TMO right-of-way, which includes a path.
Please join us with your concerns, comments and questions. We welcome your support. If you have any questions you may contact CitiWest Consulting Ltd at 604-591-2213.
For all those interested in safety in our communities, the RCMP will be hosting a Public Safety forum at the Fleetwood Recreation Center, 15996-84th Avenue, on Monday January 20th from 7-9 pm.
Hear RCMP Members and Co-ordinators speak about property safety, auto safety, & learn when to contact police. Includes a Q&A period.
3 ways to register for course #4360210:
1) Web: www.surrey.ca/register
2) Phone 604-501-5100
3) In person: any Surrey Park, Recreation, or Culture Facility
Public Information meeting for recycling depot on 104 Ave
Meeting will be held October 1, 2013 from 4:00 to 6:30 pm
Fraser Heights Recreation Centre, Multipurpose Room 5
10588 160 Street, Surrey
Blog for Daryl Dela Cruz regarding bus rapid bus service stop at 156 St: http://darylvsworld.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/double-responses-to-fraser-heights-nimbyanti-transit-letter/