The City is undertaking water system improvements to the north east region of Maple Ridge over the next two years. These improvements and upgrades to water reservoirs and water pump stations will build in system redundancy, provide additional fire storage and respond to growth and new developments that the City is experiencing. The projects are as follows:
236 Street Water Pump Station Replacement
- The City is planning to replace the existing 236 Street water pump station at 13215 236 Street, which is the property just north of the existing site. The City has retained Stantec Consulting Ltd. to prepare the preliminary and detailed design drawings, the tender documents and provide construction support services for the project. Construction is anticipated to commence in summer 2020.
Should you have any questions, please contact the City's Project Manager, Shahrzad Honarmand at 604-467-7349.
263 Street Pump Station Replacement
– The City replaced the 263 Street Water Pump Station at 26285 Dewdney Trunk Road. There is already an existing pump station and concrete water reservoir on the property with the new pump station being constructed to the south of the adjacent reservoir. The new pump station will be connected to the reservoir and the existing station decommissioned. The work generally consists of site clearing, minor water main installation, a new building to house the pump room, electrical room and the on-site chlorine generation system. The project will also include provisions to accommodate two new water reservoirs in the next 5-10 years to replace the existing concrete reservoir and add additional storage capacity. Construction commenced in September 2017 and the pump station is now fully online and operational.