After Hours Access has been upgraded at the gate (new hardware), some of the cards will be affected and have to be exchanged for a new pass card . These cards are available for exchange at the range office during regular open hours, If your card # begins with 515### it will be affected and no longer work.
Notice of Ladner Road Bridge Closure – DETOUR IN EFFECT
As part of the 2020 Capital Works Program, the City of Pitt Meadows will be replacing the Ladner Road Bridge. This project is part of the City’s ongoing program to improve local infrastructure.
During construction, single lane closures and full bridge closures will be re-occurring. The dates for the full closure is July 13th, 2020 to October 30th, 2020. During the full closure, a detour will be in effect. Detour Map Click Here
Thank you for patience during construction. If you require any further information on the project please do not hesitate to contact the City’s consultant, ISL Engineering at 604-629-2696.
We are pleased to announce we are opening for Daycards on Saturday and Sundays, no weekday Daycard access at this time.
We will be open every day for Members, beginning Monday June 1st.
- We recommend to bring hand sanitizer and wear a face mask.
- Only one person allow in Range Office for signing in at a time, The range officer will sign you into the Day Book after you produce your Membership card to them
- Every range will have a safe marked area for shooting.
- Some ranges will not be available.
- No guests allowed on Weekdays.
- CMPS ranges will have at most 4 people .
- After Hours Members will also have set of guidelines that we will be emailing out before June 1st.
All must adhere to the safe distant rule of 2 meters apart. The range warden can advise of any other rules we might have missed.
Because if there is a need for more shooting spaces then ranges will be limited to a 2 hr visit .
Expect delays as we welcome back our club members and try to work on a smooth reopening.
All brass must now be picked up after shooting.
- Watch for other cars and give way for vehicles traveling up the mountain. Also look out for road debris and pot holes.