Lund Gazebo

February 12, 2021

The qathet Regional District would like to make some upgrades this Spring to the Klah Ah Men Lund Gazebo park. Please have a quick read of information below and send your thoughts to: lundcommunity@gmail.com

Suggested Park Improvements: 

Gazebo storage/backstage area

The exterior cladding of the stage/storage area is chipboard and is currently rotting, the qRD would like to replace this with "Chalet" style plywood siding (photo below). 

Gazebo doors

The swinging doors behind the stage aren't closing well, the qRD was written up because of them in their last inspection by the MIABC (municipal insurance association of BC). Every time they get used the qRD has to send someone to Lund to close them. The qRD would like  to replace them with a metal roll away overhead door (photo below). Eventually they would like to have a local artist paint a mural on the door (no details yet on the process for that). 

 

Drainage
The qRD is planning to improve the drainage around the gazebo, particularly at the back where high water sits against the building. Work will include perimeter drains and perhaps some ground sloping to move water away from the building, but all this will depend on where the rock is present (they will not be blasting).

September 4, 2020

Gazebo Park Community Consultation results!
 

On June 30th, 2020, residents of Lund met together at the community-built Gazebo to discuss our collective vision for the future of this park.We asked folks 4 main questions:   


 

What events would you like to see more of at the Gazebo?

 

What are the amenities you would most like to see at the park? 

 

What are the aesthetics you would like to see at the Gazebo?

 

How would you like to see the Gazebo run?

A summary was compiled and submitted to the qathet Regional District:

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In respect and gratitude, we recognize that we live, work, and play on the traditional, unceded homelands of the Coast Salish People. Before being renamed by European settlers, the Lund harbour was known as Kla-Ah-Men by the Tla'amin people who have inhabited these lands since time immemorial. 

Lund Community Society

9654 Larson Road

PO Box 202

Lund, BC  V0N 2G0

lundcommunity@gmail.com