Derby Reach/ Brae Island Park Association

Our mandate is to serve the membership and cooperate with Metro Vancouver Parks in preserving and enhancing the natural and historical features of Derby Reach and Brae Island Parks. We participate in educational and other programs that promote the understanding and appreciation of the natural and historical features of each park. We encourage regionwide stewardship and enjoyment of the broad range of natural and built resources that Derby Reach and Brae Island have to offer.
For more information, go to the DRBIPA website.

History of the area
Did you know that Derby Reach was part of the traditional hunting and fishing grounds of the Katzie and Kwantlen bands? Or that purchasers of lots in the original townsite of Derby were offered replacement lots in New Westminster when that settlement was chosen to be the capital of British Columbia? Read more ...

How to get involved
To find out how you can get involved in the Derby Reach Brae Island Parks Association, contact Jeff Rotin at Metro Vancouver East Area Parks office by email or call (604) 530-4983.

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Last updated 28 June 2013

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