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BC Parks has issued a notice on their website regarding rock scaling work that will take place following the April 19, 2015 rock slide on the Stawamus Chief. The notice reads: Rock scaling work is being done from May 20 through May 22 in the vicinity of the rock fall that occurred in the Angel’s Crest area. The public is asked to observe all trail closures and to stay away from the area until further notice. Read More »

The District of Squamish will open up its Operations Yard to the public next week during the 55th annual National Public Works Week (NPWW). The public are invited for guided tours of the Operations Yard on Thursday, May 21 between 1:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Operations staff will showcase the various aspects of their work including the Waste Water Treatment Plant, the District’s water and sewer system monitoring system, the fleet of heavy equipment, trucks and vehicles, and much more. Read More »

Stawamus Chief Rock Slide Update: The geological engineers are in the process of compiling their findings and an update is anticipated the next couple days. The Mamquam Forest Service Road is open but the climbing access trail to Angel's Crest is closed until further notice.  Read More »

Squamish Search and Rescue (SAR) and the RCMP have remained on site throughout the afternoon and evening working to assess geotechnical hazards within the rock slide area, and identify people out on the Chief to the cars in the parking lot. Read More »

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