Dedication Program

Throughout the City many citizens have participated in our Parks Dedication Program. Through their generosity they have left a lasting legacy for future generations to enjoy. Below are some dedication options.

There is a limit of one plaque per dedication item:

 

Initial Dedication

Renewal Dedication

Bench dedication

$3120

$1560

Picnic table

$3330

$1665

Drinking fountain

$4370

$2185

 

At present there are no dedication items available on the Pier and waterfront and no further additions are planned.

Effective September 2016, all new dedications and donations are accepted on the basis that they will be maintained for the life of the dedication item or a maximum period of 10 years. Renewal options will be made available at the end of 10 year time period.

Visit the Operations Department to pick up a Parks Dedication Form or download the form [PDF - 340 KB].

If you have any questions, please contact the Engineering and Municipal Operations Department at (604) 541-2181.

Museum Dedication Program, Train Campaign

The Train Campaign is a community building activity, offering community members the opportunity to purchase a personalized, engraved, brass train plaque to be set in a concrete paving stone and installed in the promenade outside the Museum + Archives.

The Train Campaign offers supporters a unique opportunity to: 

  • congratulate a friend or family member 
  • celebrate an accomplishment 
  • commemorate special occasions 
  • honour friends or loved ones

The purpose of the Train Campaign is to raise funds for the revitalization of the Museum + Archives building. The revitalization project will return the building to its original heritage architecture by restoring the architectural concept of an open breezeway in the east-central portion of the building. The new design allows for a greatly expanded public space.

For further details or to purchase a train plaque please contact:

White Rock Museum + Archives
14970 Marine Drive
White Rock, BC V4B 1C4
(604) 541-2222
whiterockmuseum@telus.net