What are the costs associated with repairing and upgrading the Pier?

The cost to reconstruct the damaged section of the Pier is $4.3 million.

Preliminary cost estimates for the reconstruction of the remaining sections of the Pier—including design, archaeological permitting, environmental permitting, seismic improvements, construction and contingency—are estimated to be $11.6 million.

Funding
The total Pier repair and reconstruction is planned to be paid for through a variety of sources, including:

  • The Province of British Columbia has given the City $1 million toward the December 2018 storm damage, including the Pier
  • The City will receive insurance proceeds related to the damage
  • The City has applied for further federal/provincial infrastructure grant funding
  • Community fundraising proceeds
  • City reserves

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1. When was the White Rock Pier built?
2. Why did the Pier close in December 2018?
3. When did the Pier and Promenade reopen?
4. What is the official date of the Pier reopening?
5. What are the costs associated with repairing and upgrading the Pier?
6. Will the Pier feature a marina again?
7. Will the Pier undergo more upgrades?
8. How long is the White Rock Pier?
9. How can I help fundraise for the Pier?
10. Who are the contractors that worked with the City of White Rock to rebuild the Pier?