Metro Vancouver | Installation of no anchor sign
Permit application under review
In August 2023, Metro Vancouver submitted a project permit application to install a no anchor sign approximately 500 metres downstream of the Port Mann Bridge, on the south shore of the Fraser River in Surrey, BC. The project is in federal waters managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.
As part of the Project and Environmental Review for the proposed project under the Impact Assessment Act, the proposed project was posted on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry with an opportunity for public comment between August 22 and September 20, 2023.
About the project
The sign is required to notify marine users of a no anchor zone near the Metro Vancouver Port Mann Water Main crossing No. 2. The sign would be an approximately 1.8–metre-wide aluminum panel and would attach to two 324-millimetre diameter steel piles. Piles would be driven to an approximate depth of 10 metres. Works will be completed with a marine spud derrick equipped with a vibratory hammer or from the upland.
Please note, when receiving public feedback as part of the PER process, the port authority may collect your personal information, i.e., your name, contact information and personal views and opinions, to inform the PER process for a proposed project. Your personal information may be disclosed to third parties, such as our tenants, in order for them to respond directly to you or help inform our response. You are entitled to submit a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner office here.