Campbell River’s Waterfront Task Force has wrapped up.
After six months of work it’ll be delivering its final report to city council at next Monday’s meeting.
The report presents a concept for the future development of the 3.5-acre portion of vacant land at the corner of Highway 19A and Roberts Reach that the city owns. It includes things like a structured walkway to the beach, areas for entertainment, food shops, local shopping and a mixed-use building for a range of things like an aquarium, a 220-seat venue, meeting rooms, indoor parking and a mid-scale restaurant.
With a price tag of up to $30 million the city says the timing for the development would depend on funding. If you can’t attend Monday’s meeting in person there will be a live webcast of it at the city’s website.