BHCA Past Achievements

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2017 (Ongoing), Consultation with Fortis BC regarding the twinning project going on along the Fortis BC/ BC Hydro corridor in Bolivar Heights.

January 2017, the provision of information and ideas regarding the establishment of the “Birdland Community Association” in the Birdland area of North Surrey. It is intended that these two associations will support each other in the their two communities.

April 2016, successful “Downzoning Proposal” with Surrey City Hall (Bylaw) for Bolivar Park Neigbourhood, and Extension Area”

2016 (ongoing) completion late 2016, successful Sidewalk Project proposal (Kalmar Road – Hanson Rd  to 140 St and 140 St. 113 Ave to 115 Ave) with City of Surrey.

2015, involvement with City of Surrey in devising plan for Bolivar Park, with goal of having a “multi-use play area” and “off-leash dog park”. Off Leash Dog Park fully operational in early 2017!

2013 (opened in May 2015), input with City of Surrey in design of “Bon Accord Bridge” (cycling/ pedestrian bridge) located in Bolivar Park, as part of the Port Mann / Fraser Heights – Surrey City Centre Neighbourhood Bike Route –

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2012 (Completed in 2013) Successful Sidewalk Project proposal (136 St- 112 Ave to 113 Ave) with City of Surrey, the City was also scheduled to do a sewer project on 136 St, so the timing was good for our project.

2012-2013, involvement with Metro Vancouver in the development of the “North Surrey Interceptor Project” (a plan to twin a MV sewer pipeline near to Bolivar Park). At present (2017), this project is “on hold”, and does not look likely to proceed through Bolivar Heights.

2007 Bolivar Heights Community Association was formed in response to a proposal to put Athletic Field lights into Lower Bolivar Park so that softball/ baseball could be played in the park until 10 pm, almost year round. The concern was that noise from the four baseball diamonds would impact enjoyment of the neighbourhood, especially after dark. “No lights in Bolivar Heights” was the phrase coined to present before the current Surrey City Council. Thus, the proposal to light Bolivar Park for the playing of softball after dark was refused.