Crescent Beach Drainage Improvements Phase II
The City is planning construction of Phase II of the Crescent Beach Drainage Improvements project.
As part of a comprehensive, multi-phased stormwater management and implementation strategy for the Crescent Beach community, the City’s Engineering Department is planning construction of Phase II of the Crescent Beach Drainage Improvements project.
Drainage improvements are now planned on Agar Street, Gardiner Street, a section of McBride Avenue, Target Street, and the north alignment of O’Hara Lane.
- New storm sewer system with appurtenances,
- New storm service tie-ins to improve drainage on private properties,
- Regrading and restoration of boulevard areas and driveways, and
- Road and pavement work.
This work builds on improvements in Phase I to manage the area’s fluctuating groundwater levels and service Crescent Beach’s long term drainage needs.
Following up on a letter sent to residents, a Public Open House was held on November 8, 2017.
Phase II work along Agar Street and Gardiner Street was completed in 2018, and the remaining work along McBride Avenue and O'Hara Lane is expected to commence in July 2019 and be completed by November 2019.
For more information, contact the City of Surrey Project Supervisor, Tindi Sekhon, Engineering Department, at 604-591-4765 or THSekhon@surrey.ca.