News & Events
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During the week of Friday, December 20th, the team at Royal Bay worked on several projects to improve the pedestrian experience.
Over 200 GableCraft Homes are now occupied at Royal Bay, and the community will continue to grow into 2020 with new single family and townhouse offerings.
Fun facts from the Royal Bay community and beyond.
New segments of walking trail have been completed in Royal Bay, connecting the community even more.
700 meters of new bike lane is now available for use down Metchosin Road.
Pending approval from the City of Colwood, a temporary coffee shop operated by Sequoia Coffee could open in early 2020.
Meadow Park, Royal Bay’s planned 11-acre system of interconnected parks and trails, will receive a children’s playground in the second half of 2020.
The most wonderful time of the year is quickly approaching, which brings plenty of opportunities to connect with the West Shore community.
A steady drizzle couldn’t dampen the excitement felt from the Colwood community at the official opening of Painter Trail, a paved pedestrian pathway that connects the Royal Bay development with the Wishart neighbourhood.
Summer fun was at its peak this August when nine participants, three volunteers and three staff from Power To Be spent the day paddleboarding at Royal Bay Beachpark.
Folks on Vancouver Island didn’t let an ongoing controversy over the date put a damper on their enjoyment of Family Day.
In case you haven’t heard there is a day coming up dedicated especially to me (your dog)– Family ‘Dog’ Day at the Royal Bay Beachpark.