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Annual Sanitary Sewer Repairs

Annual sanitary sewer repair work will take place at various locations around Squamish. Repair work will primarily use trenchless methods to minimize the impact to residents and businesses. Read More

Buckley Sanitary Lift Station

The sanitary lift station in front of Howe Sound Secondary School will be replaced and upgraded. Read More

Annual Watermain Replacement

Four waterlines are being replaced and upgraded this year as part of the District’s annual watermain replacement program: Read More

Active Transportation Projects

Active transportation projects make it easier for people to walk, cycle, or travel using other forms of non-motorized transportation. Read More

Queens Way Bike Lane Changes Pilot Project

On Friday, July 27 the cycle lane and parking lane along Queens Way between Pioneer Way and Industrial Way will be switched so that the cycle lane is next to... Read More

Oceanfront Peninsula water, sewer and storm utility infrastructure construction set to begin

The utilities that will service the Squamish Oceanfront Peninsula are being constructed this summer! The District of Squamish and Cornerstone Developments Ltd. Read More

Road Paving Season Is Now Upon Us

The 2018 Annual Road Reconstruction is underway, drivers are advised to watch for construction signs and road crews. Read More

Storm Sewer/Third Avenue Pond Construction

The Squamish Helping Hands Society ‘Under One Roof’ project is located at 37871 Third Avenue. Read More

Sanitary Sewer video inspection and vapour testing set to begin the week of May 28

The District will be performing video inspection and vapour testing of the sanitary sewer system in various areas throughout Squamish: Downtown, along Mamquam Road, and on Government Road from the... Read More

7 roads identified in 2018 Paving Program; work expected to take place from May through October

The District of Squamish Paving Program rehabilitates roads that are in need of maintenance. Each year the District of Squamish (DOS) budgets approximately $800,000 for upgrades. Read More

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