Mission/Dewdney/Deroche/Popkum – JANUARY 5 UPDATE – On Saturday January 5, WildSafe BC were once again at Cascade Falls Regional Park educating about what to do in case of a cougar encounter and how to be proactive in preventing one – the best encounter is the one that never happens.
The park has reopened.
Remember cougars stay active all year round.
To learn more about cougars go to our website https://wildsafebc.com/cougar/
JANUARY 1, 2019 UPDATE – Due to the recent wind storm and a case of a cougar sighting, Cascade Falls Regional Park remains closed due to safety concerns.
Meanwhile, Popkum Community Trail in Electoral Area D is closed until further notice due to damage from recent wind storms. Please observe closure signs as staff work to repair the damage.
NOVEMBER 27, 2018 ORIGINAL STORY – The FVRD Fraser Valley Regional District took to social media late Tuesday afternoon, with dramatic footage of the rain and melted snow rushing through Cascade Falls Regional Park In Mission.
Some of the trails have serious water damage and FVRD crews are now in repair mode.
Please use caution when visiting Cascade Falls Regional Park. The rain from the latest storm has increased the water flow and some trails have been damaged. We will be conducting repairs to the trails over the next couple of days. #MissionBC #CascadeFalls pic.twitter.com/vZaVyNZ5o5— FVRD (@FVRD1) November 28, 2018