Sea to Sky Natural Resource District Road Safety Information
Forest Service Road (FSR) Conditions - Sea to Sky District - updated regularly
Ashlu branch bridge at 2km
- December 1, 2017 until further notice: Bridge at 2km on the Ashlu branch of the Squamish River FSR is closed to all vehicle traffic due to storm damage; ATV, motorcycle and foot traffic is permitted. Repairs to the structure are not anticipated until late summer or early fall of 2018 to align with dates set by Fisheries & Oceans Canada to avoid disturbance to fish habitat.
Birkenhead Lake FSR at 15.5km
- July 15 - October 31, 2018: Under authority of the Wildlife Act Birkenhead Lake FSR closed to motorized vehicles at the Cerulean Creek bridge (approx. 15.5km - updated km marker from the news release linked below) to protect sensitive grizzly bear habitat. To learn more about the closure, read the July 6, 2018 public news release.
Lillooet South FSR at 2km
- September 16 – November 30, 2018: Under authority of the Wildlife Act Lillooet South FSR closed to motorized vehicles at the 2km gate to protect sensitive grizzly bear habitat. To learn more about the closure, read the July 6, 2018 public news release.
- DEACTIVATION: February 2, 2017: Under Section 121 (9) of the Forest Act, please find notice of the deactivation or transfer of selected Forest Service Roads within the Sea to Sky Natural Resource District.
- BC Bid
- Notice to Contractors (Effective April 1, 2017)
- Public and Worker Health and Safety Information
- BC Forest Safety
- Resource Road Engineering Standards & Guidelines
- BCTS Wet Weather Safety Shutdown Guidelines
- Radio Communication Protocols for FSRs and Radio Frequencies
- Traffic Use On Forest Service Roads (road counters)
- Road Use Permit Obligations and Expectations, Sea to Sky Natural Resource District
- Driving on Forest Roads
- Radio Calling
- Volcanic Landslide Risk Management
- Lillooet River Valley, BC: Start of north and south FSRs to Meager Confluence, Meager Creek and Upper Lillooet River
- Weather Thresholds and Operational Safety Planning
- Turbid Creek, Mount Cayley, Squamish River Valley, BC.
- Road permits requirements - new page coming soon