Author: Amanda Nadeau

Shaw Account – Parking Permit System

To all residents with a Shaw email address,

Cultus Lake Park staff have been busy addressing all of the electronic parking permit questions and concerns. We have discovered that there is a potential issue with all Shaw email account users, as it seems they are defaulting to block reception of emails from our parking software. Park office staff are working quickly to find a permanent solution for this issue.
In the meantime, if you are a resident with a Shaw email, and have not received the communications for the portal, please contact us at 604-858-3334 or email [email protected] so that we can email you your login information.

We appreciate all of your patience and cooperation during the launch!

Parking Lot B is Now Open

Cultus Lake Park is excited to announce that our Parking Lot B near Main Beach, is now open for public use. The parking lot features separated entrance and exit, creating more organization to the flow of vehicles. You will also enjoy viewing the beautiful green spaces that showcase 800 understory plants, many new trees and an incredible 20,000 lbs cedar tree. The large cedar tree born in 1298, lived most of it’s life in Haida Gwaii. It was relocated in 1984 to Pitt Meadows and was recently donated to the Park where it now resides in Parking Lot B.
Pay parking is in effect whenever the parking lot is open for use. Please visit our website at PARKING – Cultus Lake Park for details on when the parking lots are open during each season.
Guests will now have two options on how to pay for their parking; at the meter or scanning a QR code. You can easily find signage around the parking lot that will allow you to skip the wait at the meter, and pay using your cell phone via the QR code.
Cultus Lake Park is self sustaining and receives no funding from Provincial or Federal level. All of the parking fees go towards infrastructure improvements in order to protect and preserve the Park.

Electronic Parking Permit System Launches Today!

To all Residential Leaseholders,

Cultus Lake Park office is thrilled to announce the official launch of our Electronic Parking Permit system.
All residential leaseholders will receive an email from [email protected], which will contain your username and temporary password. Your username for the parking portal is the email address for your residence. Once you login for the first time, you will be prompted to make a unique password and can change the email address for the account at any time.

Your current physical parking permits and car decals are valid until June 30, 2021 to allow residents the time to register their permits on the parking portal. Once you have successfully registered your vehicle and parking permits online, please discard the physical passes and decals as these will not be valid.

Our website has been updated to reflect the electronic parking permit process, as well features a button to easily link you to your login page. You can also access your parking permit portal by clicking on this link

Cultus Lake Park office is here to assist you when making the transition from physical passes to electronic registration. We have created a detailed user manual specific to residential leaseholders, as well are here Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm to help answer all your questions. Cultus Lake Park office 604-858-3334 or email us at [email protected]

User Manual for Residential Leaseholders: How To Guide for Electronic Parking Permit – Residential

Cougar Sighting Near Park Drive

A cougar was spotted in the residential area of Park Drive/Sunnyside Campground on the evening of May 6, 2021. We are asking all guests and residents to please be cautious when out walking around the Park.
If you spot a cougar: Remain calm, keep away from the cougar and bring children and pets indoor, if possible. NEVER approach a cougar and do not run from it.
Please report wildlife sightings to Conservation at 1-877-952-7277 and notify the Cultus Lake Park office at 604-858-3334.

2021.05.07 Cougar

Next Meeting Date for Cultus Lake Stewardship Society

The Cultus Lake Stewardship Society (CLASS) is holding its next regular meeting on April 28, 2021 at 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., at this Zoom link:

Guest speaker Tareq Islam, director of engineering at the Fraser Valley Regional District, will provide some updates on the future Cultus Lake waste water treatment system. We will have a short Q & A with Tareq on this topic.

Cultus Lake Park Board Approves Donation to CLASS

Cultus Lake Park Board Approves Donation to CLASS

On April 21, 2021 a request for donation towards the purchase of a DO/T meter for CLASS was presented to the Cultus Lake Park Board. The following resolutions were adopted and approved:

THAT the Cultus Lake Park Board donate $500 towards the CLASS Cultus Lake Stewards & a DO/T Meter.

Cultus Lake Park Board is pleased to donate $500 towards the Cultus Lake Aquatic Stewardship Society to assist in the purchase of a ProSolo ODO/T meter to measure the oxygen levels and temperature of Cultus Lake. This tool would be beneficial in tracking trends, facts, health and monitor changes in the lake.

The Cultus Lake Aquatic Stewardship Society is still seeking donations to assist them in acquiring this tool to aid in the reporting of the health of Cultus Lake.

If you wish to contribute please visit

Residential Parking Permits – Extension

Residential Parking Permits – Extension

On April 21, 2021 the Cultus Lake Park Board approved the extension of the current residential parking permits, that expire on April 30, 2021, be extended until June 30, 2021. This extension is to support the transition from the current physical passes to the electronic parking permit system.

In the coming weeks, the Cultus Lake Park office will be sharing all the Residential and Commercial Leaseholder accounts. Once you receive your account you should begin the process of registering your online parking permits and disposing of the physical passes.

If you have any questions or need assistance navigating the site please do not hesitate to call the Park office at 604-858-3334 or email [email protected]

We appreciate all of your cooperation as we begin the shift to a paperless system.

Residential Garbage, Recylcing and Organic Green Waste Reminder

April 22, 2021

Residential Garbage, Recycling and Organic Green Waste Reminder


Cultus Lake Park wishes to remind residential leaseholders to utilize the secured totes provided for recycling and organics green waste.

Please ensure that all cardboard is broken down prior to placing inside the bin for easier collection. Residents are able to place a maximum of two secured garbage containers that should not exceed 120L each per leased lot. We are asking residents to please adhere to these quantities, as bags of refuse will not be accepted for pick-up.

Please only set out your totes/containers between 12:00 pm the day prior to pick up and 8:00 am only on the designated day of collection and must be returned to the leased lot the day of collection.

As per the Cultus Lake Park Property Maintenance Bylaw No. 1149, 2019 section 3.6 which states:

All leaseholders, tenants or occupiers of a leased lot must ensure that any and all garbage, recycling, greens waste bins and any structures to contain such receptacles must be kept entirely on the leased lot.

As per the Cultus Lake Park Property Maintenance Bylaw No. 1149, 2019 section 3.9 which states:

All leaseholders, tenants or occupiers of a leased lot must ensure that any and all garbage, recycling, greens waste bins, pet food, composts, and barbeques are stored in such a manner as to avoid attracting wild and domestic animals.

For the discard of excess waste from your property, we encourage you to utilize the nearest landfills:

Bailey Sanitary Landfill at 5940 Matheson Road in Chilliwack.

Parr Road Green Depot 45175 Parr Road in Chilliwack.

We have included the link below for the Garbage, Recycling and Organics Green Waste pick-up schedule.


Cultus Lake Park is committed to following all Public Health Orders set out by the Ministry of Health. We will continue to put the health and safety of our community at the forefront of our decisions and planning in alignment with COVID-19 regulations.

We continue to encourage compliance with the set group sizes 10 people or less and social distancing.

Sunnyside Campground will continue to operate following the Public Health Orders and will be required to follow the same orders in place.

For the love of our families and friends, play it smart at Cultus Lake Park.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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