Temporary Riverway trail closure

  • Feb. 10, 2018 11:30 a.m.

A section of the Courtenay Riverway trail is closed for construction of the adjacent Riverside Senior Living Complex at the Westerly Hotel, resulting in detours around a section of the walkway.

The trail will be closed Friday, Feb. 16, in a section beside the 17th Street Bridge on the north side, as well as the Riverside Lane entrance. Please anticipate the trail will be inaccessible around the construction area, and use posted detours from 11th Street to Cliffe Avenue or from 19th Street to Cliffe.

From Monday to Wednesday (Feb. 19-21), the trail entrance at Riverside Lane (behind Rexall Drugstore) on the north side of the bridge will be inaccessible. The trail itself will be open on these dates.

For more information, call the City of Courtenay at 250-334-4441 or email planning@courtenay.ca

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