Trees, logs, and debris are scattered along the seawall in West Vancouver, one day after a major storm hit the BC south coast.
There is also some damage to the rock wall along the seawall.
The Centennial Seawalk is a 1.7-kilometre walkway that extends from the bottom of 18th Street to Dundarave Park.
According to the City of West Vancouver, “the area was closed to the public and will remain closed until the clean up is complete. This work began yesterday after the tide receded and is ongoing today.”
Early Tuesday morning, the seawall was covered in debris.
The City says there is only minor damage at this point and it’s anticipated the SeaWalk will be open by the end of the day.