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Municipal Projects

Dutch Lake Subdivision Multi-Use Pathway

The District of Clearwater will construct a multi-use paved connecting from Old North Thompson Hwy (37E) through the Dutch Lake Subdivision to the Clearwater River Trail head. The trailhead at Dutch Lake Subdivision provides access from within the town of Clearwater. As part of this project, there will be signage along the highway to ensure safe vehicle access to the trail head.

Value: $684,000.00

Funding Source: The Tourism Dependent Communities (TDC) Fund

Commencement Date: June 13, 2022

Multi-Use Pathway-Safe Connector (HWY 5 Roundabout to Wells Gray Inn Intersection)

The project is for the construction of a 780 meter paved multi-use pathway (the last 200 meters uses the current parking lot at the Wells Gray Inn) that provides our third priority connection for the Wells Gray Gateway to the Riverside Centre (connecting two commercial / residential areas). The proposed multi-use pathway has both 2- and 3-metre wide paved sections connecting from the roundabout on the east to the Wells Gray Inn that joins previously completed multi-use pathways to key amenities ie: grocery, pharmacy, recreation sites (splash park, tennis courts, skate park and arena), library, secondary school,medical centre, WorkBC and residential areas.

The multi-use pathway will be located alongside the Yellowhead Hwy 5, separated from traffic via a ditch and embankment as well as curb and gutter for part of the trail. This active transportation trail will provide improved connectivity for tourists as they move between retail businesses, accommodations and local attractions. In particular, the trail will provide safe access along highway 5, which will connect tourists from the main retail centre towards Dutch Lake beach, which is a popular swimming and boating location.

Value: $565,000.00

Funding Source: B.C. Active Transportation Infrastructure Grant

Commencement Date: June 13, 2022

Purchase of New Backhoe

A project to replace the existing Backhoe within the District’s equipment fleet. Public Works operates a 1998 Cat Backhoe 416C which now has 4530 hours and counting and as demonstrated in 2021, the cost of maintenance has risen and will continue to rise over time.

Value: 215,000

Funding Source: Municipal Finance Authority

Completion Date: June 20, 2022

Dutch Lake Subdivision Multi-Use Pathway

The District of Clearwater will construct a multi-use paved connecting from Old North Thompson Hwy (37E) through the Dutch Lake Subdivision to the Clearwater River Trail head. The trailhead at Dutch Lake Subdivision provides access from within the town of Clearwater. As part of this project, there will be signage along the highway to ensure safe vehicle access to the trail head.

Value: $684,000.00

Funding Source: The Tourism Dependent Communities (TDC) Fund

Commencement Date: June 13, 2022

Multi-Use Pathway-Safe Connector (HWY 5 Roundabout to Wells Gray Inn Intersection)

The project is for the construction of a 780 meter paved multi-use pathway (the last 200 meters uses the current parking lot at the Wells Gray Inn) that provides our third priority connection for the Wells Gray Gateway to the Riverside Centre (connecting two commercial / residential areas). The proposed multi-use pathway has both 2- and 3-metre wide paved sections connecting from the roundabout on the east to the Wells Gray Inn that joins previously completed multi-use pathways to key amenities ie: grocery, pharmacy, recreation sites (splash park, tennis courts, skate park and arena), library, secondary school,medical centre, WorkBC and residential areas.

The multi-use pathway will be located alongside the Yellowhead Hwy 5, separated from traffic via a ditch and embankment as well as curb and gutter for part of the trail. This active transportation trail will provide improved connectivity for tourists as they move between retail businesses, accommodations and local attractions. In particular, the trail will provide safe access along highway 5, which will connect tourists from the main retail centre towards Dutch Lake beach, which is a popular swimming and boating location.

Value: $565,000.00

Funding Source: B.C. Active Transportation Infrastructure Grant

Commencement Date: June 13, 2022

Purchase of New Backhoe

A project to replace the existing Backhoe within the District’s equipment fleet. Public Works operates a 1998 Cat Backhoe 416C which now has 4530 hours and counting and as demonstrated in 2021, the cost of maintenance has risen and will continue to rise over time.

Value: 215,000

Funding Source: Municipal Finance Authority

Completion Date: June 20, 2022

Dutch Lake Subdivision Multi-Use Pathway

The District of Clearwater will construct a multi-use paved connecting from Old North Thompson Hwy (37E) through the Dutch Lake Subdivision to the Clearwater River Trail head. The trailhead at Dutch Lake Subdivision provides access from within the town of Clearwater. As part of this project, there will be signage along the highway to ensure safe vehicle access to the trail head.

Value: $684,000.00

Funding Source: The Tourism Dependent Communities (TDC) Fund

Commencement Date: June 13, 2022

Multi-Use Pathway-Safe Connector (HWY 5 Roundabout to Wells Gray Inn Intersection)

The project is for the construction of a 780 meter paved multi-use pathway (the last 200 meters uses the current parking lot at the Wells Gray Inn) that provides our third priority connection for the Wells Gray Gateway to the Riverside Centre (connecting two commercial / residential areas). The proposed multi-use pathway has both 2- and 3-metre wide paved sections connecting from the roundabout on the east to the Wells Gray Inn that joins previously completed multi-use pathways to key amenities ie: grocery, pharmacy, recreation sites (splash park, tennis courts, skate park and arena), library, secondary school,medical centre, WorkBC and residential areas.

The multi-use pathway will be located alongside the Yellowhead Hwy 5, separated from traffic via a ditch and embankment as well as curb and gutter for part of the trail. This active transportation trail will provide improved connectivity for tourists as they move between retail businesses, accommodations and local attractions. In particular, the trail will provide safe access along highway 5, which will connect tourists from the main retail centre towards Dutch Lake beach, which is a popular swimming and boating location.

Value: $565,000.00

Funding Source: B.C. Active Transportation Infrastructure Grant

Commencement Date: June 13, 2022