Richmond showcases 2022 Capital Projects Highlights online

26 April 2022

The City of Richmond invites residents and other interested viewers to explore the interactive 2022 Capital Projects Highlights launched online today. The City’s current priority infrastructure projects, including flood protection, various transportation initiatives and critical building and park upgrades are just a few of the interesting projects people can click through from any digital device, via, without leaving the comfort of their home.

“Each spring, we’re excited to showcase the ongoing investment the City makes to upgrade and bring new critical infrastructure to Richmond. This year, over $107 million is dedicated to our capital budget,” said Mayor Malcolm Brodie. “The Capital Projects Highlights showcase these projects, endorsed by Council’s Strategic Plan, to build a stronger, more resilient community.”

The Capital Projects Highlights is digital for a third consecutive year. Once again, it shares information, broken down by business division, through and interactive maps. Visitors can search through clickable links to specific projects. Simply click on the projects of interest and a concise summary appears with photos and/or video. There is also an opportunity to submit questions online, until Sunday, May 29, 2022, or contact project leads directly to find out more information.

Projects highlighted this year include:

Engineering and Public Works

  • Dike upgrades
  • Watermain installations
  • District energy utility expansion


  • Minoru lakes renewal
  • South Arm Playground renewal
  • Dogs off-leash areas upgrades


  • Top 20 collision-prone intersections
  • Active transportation facilities
  • Transit amenities
  • Arterial roadway improvements


  • Richmond Animal Shelter
  • Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site
  • Steveston Community Centre and Branch Library
  • Capstan Community Centre
  • Hummingbird Child Care Centre

Public Art associated with capital projects throughout the City at

  • Pump stations
  • Fire halls
  • Recreation facilities

Visit today to get started.