Campbell River Natural Resource District Road Safety Information


  • Atluck FSR
    Please be aware of burned logs and stumps that have fallen onto the road which may create a safety hazard to traffic. Use caution and do not stop on the road from approximately 19 km to 26 km.

Road Closures

  • Please be advised that the Menzies Mainline has been closed at approximately 39 km due to significant road damage.

Work In-Progress/Upcoming Works

  • Please be advised that bridge maintenance will be taking place at the 20.6 km bridge on the Zeballos FSR starting Monday, March 18, 2019 and will continue until Friday, March 22, 2019. Expect up to 20 minute delays. Please plan your travel accordingly.

  • Please be advised that operations involving the installation of a bridge along with bridge maintenance of the 2 adjacent bridges at the Kaouk estuary causeway at approximately 1.5km on the Fair Harbour FSR will be taking place from Monday, March 25 to Friday, April 19, 2019. Expect up to 20 minute delays, please plan your travel accordingly.

Motorized Vehicle Restrictions


Seasonal Travel

Seasonal conditions exist on most roads.  Back-country roads may present a variety of conditions ranging from rough and/or wet with soft muddy sections to dry and dusty sections resulting in reduced visibility.  Where avalanche paths exist, the roads may be partially covered with residual debris.  As always, caution is advised on all roads and back-country travellers should be aware of rapidly changing weather conditions including stream flows which may affect road conditions. Travellers should also be mindful when entering tsunami areas and pay close attention to tsunami evacuation route signage.

It is strongly recommended that travellers on winter roads take the following precautions:

  • Ensure your vehicle is well maintained and has reliable tires (seasonably dependent) installed
  • Always carry chains
  • Ensure your vehicle is equipped with an emergency kit - i.e. first aid kit, shovel, axe, matches, lighter, blankets, rope etc.
  • Drive accordingly to road and weather conditions and drive defensively expecting the unexpected
  • Never exceed posted speed limits
  • Keep a safe distance behind vehicles; you must be able to stop in half the distance that you can clearly see
  • Notify someone of your departure time and expected time of arrival at destination
  • In extreme conditions, re-evaluate the need to travel

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.