The Cultus Lake Park Community Events and Engagement Committee (CEEC) is thrilled to present Elvis Tribute Artist, Elvis Elite (Steve Elliott) for a FREE concert on Friday, August 9 at the Plaza, beginning at 7 p.m.
In order to accommodate the setup for the event, the Sunnyside Boulevard Plaza entrance/exit will be closed to traffic for the evening starting at 4 p.m. Columbia Valley Highway entrances will not be affected.
Please note, technical upgrades will be occurring over the course of the weekend for Cultus Lake Park departments. Staff may experience limited or no email access during this time. Emails will be responded to as promptly as possible.
This blog post was written by the Cultus Lake Community Association (CLCA).
CLCA Cultus Lake Community Association Regarding Annual General Meeting
Date: Saturday, August 10th @ 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Location: Cultus Lake Community School
The Community Association has been dormant for the past couple of years and a group of Cultus Lake residential leaseholders have recently come together to re-establish its role in the community. We would like to invite the Cultus Lake Park resident leaseholders to join us on Saturday, August 10th from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. to vote for directors and help identify the concerns that affect the community we live in. There are no membership fees at this time. Bring a smile and come meet some of your neighbours.
If you are unable to attend but would like information or the newsletter for the Cultus Lake Community Association, please send your email address to us at [email protected].
We know that many people may find bylaws
(and more specifically, bylaw enforcement) frustrating. No one wants to receive
a fine, but sometimes they are a necessity.
Cultus Lake Park fines for bylaw
infractions have increased. They are now up to $2,000 per infraction.
Bylaws are in place for the control, management,
maintenance, use and enjoyment of Cultus Lake Park by all. They support the
safety and security of residents and visitors.
It may come as a surprise, but the Bylaw Compliance and Enforcement
Officers don’t want to fine you. In fact, they want you to comply with the
bylaws. It’s even in their title. They are trained to help educate the
community about the bylaws.
Whether it is keeping your dog on a leash, not smoking, refraining from consuming
alcohol in public areas, or keeping laneways adjacent to residential or
business lots clear and maintained – bylaws are in place for the good of the
If you have questions about bylaws or would just like to come by for a cup of coffee and a chat, Cultus Lake Park has an open door policy. We would love to see you. If you would prefer to email us, that works too. Our email is: [email protected].
Please adhere to the bylaws – you can find them here. We will also be putting up a series of posters that highlight bylaws that are broken more often than others – and we’ll be sharing a few blog posts on them here.
Adhering to bylaws is the responsibility of everyone in the community.
Please be advised that in
light of the March 15th registration deadline, Cultus Lake Park Staff
will be removing unpaid/unregistered buoys
from the foreshore area on or after Tuesday, July 23, 2019.
As per, Boating and Foreshore
Bylaw No. 1143, 2019, Section 3.3 (l), any
unregistered or non-conforming buoys and anchor systems will be removed, at
the owners’ risk and expense. Removed buoys and anchor systems will be held for
30 days for pickup. Once a buoy has been removed by Park Staff, the buoy
location will be forfeited.
Notice of Intent was posted
on July 2, 2019 that all buoys must conform by August 1, 2019 as set out in
Boating and Foreshore Bylaw No. 1143, 2019.
are also required to be marked by the buoy owner as follows:
Residents: RXXX, where “XXX” = lot number
Seasonal Campers: SYYY, where “YYY” = campsite number
Non-residents or non-Seasonal Campers: NZZZ, where “ZZZ” = a sequential number based on the order of registration (i.e. 001, 002, etc. assigned by the Park).
All buoys must conform
by August 1, 2019 or they will be removed.
Please contact the Park office at 604-858-3334
should you have any questions or concerns.
Cultus Lake Park Community Events and Engagement Committee (CEEC) is thrilled
to present Elvis Tribute Artist, Elvis Elite (Steve Elliott) for a FREE concert on Friday, August 9 at the
Plaza, beginning at 7 p.m.
is a world-class Elvis tribute singer and entertainer. Born in Nanaimo, he
started his career in 2004, after winning the Top Canadian Tribute Title at
Penticton’s Annual Elvis Festival. He also won the Elvis Mania Festival in
Cloverdale. Elliott has performed at the Vancouver PNE in 2007 and in 2010, he
sang in front of 25,000 people at Empire Stadium for a BC Lions halftime show. This
dynamic performer brings “young Elvis” to the stage (you will think that Elvis
has been alive and well and living in the Fraser Valley all these years!). Watch
for some classic Elvis moves such as hip swivels and the duck walk – seriously,
it’s like young Elvis is right there on the stage!
with his 1966 Pink Cadillac and multiple outfit changes, Elliott puts on a
great show whenever he performs. Get ready to sing, dance and party like young
Elvis at this year’s Party in the Plaza!
Beach Club will have a grill outside for concertgoers. Grab something to eat,
enjoy the summer weather, and rock along with the sounds of classic 50s and 60s
another Cultus Lake Park Community Events and Engagement Committee event that
you don’t want to miss!
This blog post was developed for a Cultus Lake Day sponsor and is part of their sponsorship package.
Located in Cultus Lake Park, Cultus Lake Golf Club is a beautiful place to play, whether you have time to play 9 or 18 holes, or just practice your game on the range. If you just want to unwind and enjoy a meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner) and cocktails on the deck overlooking the course, be sure to visit Legends Bistro.
Improve your swing at Cultus Lake Golf Club and try something that no one else has to offer. Look and feel like a pro – even if you are just a beginner – with Toptracer Range technology at your fingertips. Cultus Lake Golf Club is the first facility offering this ultra-modern technology in the Lower Mainland, and third in the entire country. That’s all of Canada – and we’re a pretty big place!
Range offers the latest in golf technology – that same technology that is
utilized on the PGA tour during their live broadcasting. Toptracer uses cameras
and monitors to track your shots, while offering fun, engaging games that are great
for any skill level. The shot history data and specific club performance
details will appeal to the experienced golfers, while the interactive games and
competitions will be of interest to beginners – or anyone just looking for
something new to do in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland.
is changing the face of golf by making it exciting and fun for everyone,
whether you’re a scratch golfer or a beginner.
up those clubs and head on out to the course with friends and family. (Rentals are
available.) Don’t forget to book your very own Toptracer Lounge Bay, where you
can sit back and enjoy food and drinks in your own private, comfortable outdoor
lounge while everyone in your group works on their game.
Lake Golf Club, the staff are helpful and welcoming, there is plenty to do, and
the food is great.
Get away from it all, in the middle of everything. It’s worth a visit!
Did you know that the
Summer Farmers’ Market at Cultus Lake Park has a new location – the Community
Barn in the Cultus Lake Park Plaza (next to Frosty’s)? This popular weekly
event runs every Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until August 31.
Campground guests and visitors from Chilliwack, Fraser Valley and the Lower
Mainland, there is free parking available
for two hours at the Plaza. Just put your licence plate number into a meter and
you’re all set to check out the great vendors at the Summer Farmers’ Market and
all that there is to choose from in the shops at the Cultus Lake Park Business
Each week, the Summer
Farmers’ Market brings some regular (and favourite) vendors, along with a few
new ones to check out. There is live music – and some little children have gotten
in on the fun – dancing their way into our hearts!
The Summer Farmers’
Market offers visitors a range of locally sourced items to choose from –
including fresh produce, baked goods, craft beer, small batch whiskey and
vodka, herbs, flowers, handmade soaps, essential oils, jewellery and more.
Come and see what’s
there, get something delicious to eat, or find a gift for someone special (like
yourself!). The new location gives you lots of space to park and wander around,
checking out what the market has to offer each week.
Below is information from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure regarding paving that they are doing on Columbia Valley Road.
Kerkhoff Construction will be paving on Columbia Valley Road from July 22 to July 31st (weather dependent). The paving will be on Columbia Valley Road from Lakeside Building (3175 Columbia Valley Road) to Park Drive on both southbound and northbound lanes.
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure staff plan on putting changeable message signs (CMS) out to inform the public of the dates and to expect delays.