232 Street Improvements

We would like to thank the residents for their patience during the past few months, as infrastructure works have progressed along 232 Street. Although there are remaining works that still need to be completed, we are pleased to advise that 232 Street opened to traffic on September 4, 2018, in time for ‘back to school’ and regular commuting. 

Single lane alternating traffic will be in effect daily from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and two-way traffic will be maintained after working hours. This will be in effect until the project is substantially completed, with final paving expected to be concluded in spring 2019. 

We appreciate your continued patience as we strive towards the final completion of this project.

Project Overview


MRC Total Build LP has been awarded the contract for the 232 Street Road and Drainage Improvements (132 Avenue to Silver Valley Road) and construction started on June 5, 2018. 

The 232 Street project (132 Avenue to Silver Valley Road) entails upgrading the existing roadway to a two-lane multi-modal urban roadway. The project includes roadway construction, embankment fill, retaining walls, reconstruction and extension of driveways onto private properties, multi-use path, sidewalk, curbs, a southbound bike lane, ducting for future fibre optic cable, LED street lighting, a roundabout north of the North Alouette Bridge, storm sewer, ditch infill and an environmental compensation channel adjacent to the Alouette River.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the City of Maple Ridge Project Manager, Maria Guerra, at 604-467-7356.