Lights White Rock Pier
Lighting the White Rock Pier
At 470 metres, the White Rock Pier is Canada’s longest pier. The White Rock Pier, built in 1914, is a popular destination for people from the Lower Mainland and beyond. People come to the Waterfront and the Pier to enjoy breathtaking sunsets and the beauty of Semiahmoo Bay.
To add to the enjoyment of the Pier, the City of White Rock added accent lights in 2018, featuring an array of colours. Lights were also added to other Waterfront features, including the White Rock Museum and Archives, the puck lights at the seating area in Memorial Park and the Coastal Cradle artwork overlooking Memorial Park.
The Pier lights have been lit to recognize holidays. Community and non-profit groups can now make requests to light the White Rock Pier specific colours. The Memorial Park features and Museum building will be lit as technology allows.
Lighting Request for the White Rock Pier
Thank you for your interest in lighting the White Rock Pier on behalf of your organization. Please review the schedule below. If an event or cause is already scheduled, please consider requesting a different date. Requesting one day of lighting is preferred. Please review the White Rock Pier lighting policy for more information.
Click here to complete the Lighting Requests Form. Please book eight weeks in advance of the event. You can request the Pier be lit for a maximum of one week, although one day is suggested. You will receive a confirmation from the City of White Rock regarding the status of your request.
||Pink Shirt Day
||St. Patrick's Day
||Lyme Disease Day
||Red and white
||Blue, white, red, green, gold
||International Overdose Day
||Prostate Cancer Day
||National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
|October 3 - 9
||Breast Cancer Awareness
||Blue, red, green, orange|
|November 28 – Dec. 6||Hanukkah
|December 13 - 30||Christmas||Red, green
|December 31, 2021 - January 1, 2022||New Year Eve/ New Year’s Day
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