Surrey – The City of Surrey received $20,000 from the Port Kells Community Association (PKCA) during a cheque presentation as part of the association’s Annual General Meeting held January 31. The funds support a $40,000 wildlife viewing platform project, which is now open to the public at Pork Kells Park.
“I would like to thank the Port Kells Community Association for its generous financial contribution towards this park improvement,” said Mayor Doug McCallum. “Parks play a strong role in building healthy, welcoming communities.
The viewing platform provides wildlife viewing opportunities of the Latimer Creek vista, expanding across the floodplain.
It also addresses the wear and tear on the streambank from this popular lookout point.
The City of Surrey is continually working to ensure its parks support healthy, protected and well-maintained ecosystems.
For more information, visit surrey.ca/parks.