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Stay up to date about current news in the Carr's Landing area.  For years, Carr's Landing Community & Recreation Association has been working hard to "Preserve and Enhance the amenities in the Carr's Landing area.  Check back here regularly to see the latest news.

CLCRA is sad to share the news that long time volunteer and Board member, Stan Brynjolfson, passed away on October 4th. Stan and his wife, Edith, lived in Vancouver, Delta and Langley over their working years, during which Stan was an Analytical Chemist. Upon retirement, they moved to their home on Commonage in fall 2000 and both quickly became involved with the Community & Recreation Association. Stan was involved with the development of the Carr’s Landing Neighbourhood Plan as well as with the local Environmental Association.  A long time Board member of CLCRA, Stan's last term officially ended at the Annual General Meeting the day after her died. Stan was actively involved in the barbeques that used to be held at Coral Beach Park and worked on initiatives like the Coral Beach float and tennis court surfacing.  When not volunteering, Stan enjoyed making beer and wine, visits from his grandchildren and working on his classic 1951 Chevy.  One of Stan’s last outings was to a mini show and shine on Schaad Road, with his two sons.  A memorial for Stan was held Saturday, November 5th, in Langley.

Stan, his sons and his 51.JPG


August 27th, 2022

A small group of community residents cleaned up at Gable Beach by removing the invasive species, Tree of Heaven. Thank you for your big  effort!


FireSmart BC

We can’t control or predict when a wildfire will start, but we can control how we prepare ourselves and our community using the FireSmart principles. If you would like to know more about FireSmart visit:

IF THE LEAVES/NEEDLES ON YOUR PROPERTY EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF YOUR GREEN BIN visit the Lake Country Municipal offices to pick up some yard waste bags  Homeowners are encouraged to spend a few hours in their yards raking and bagging leaves that could contribute to wildfire spread when fire danger climbs in the summer months. See your FireSmart Homeowner’s Manual for more information on preventative steps you can take on your property. Clearing leafy debris from gutters, roofs and in the 1.5M zone around your home can go a long way to help your community be more resilient to forest fire. And many hands make light work!

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