Public parking in the vicinity of the festival is limited. Festival-goers are encouraged to use alternative modes of transportation such as public transportation, taxis, carpools, bicycles (bike racks on site).
Deer Lake Avenue Road Closures:
To promote public safety and reduce traffic gridlock, the Burnaby RCMP will implement the following traffic plan:
From 4:00 to 9:30pm, Deer Lake Ave. will be closed to eastbound traffic between Deer Lake Parkway and Sperling Ave. Bus service will continue in both directions during this time. Traffic coming onto Deer Lake Ave. will enter at Canada Way and Deer Lake Ave. (by the Burnaby Village Museum) and proceed west with the option to exit at either Century Park Way or Deer Lake Parkway.
From 9:30 to 11:00pm, Deer Lake Ave. will be closed between Deer Lake Parkway and Sperling Ave. During this window, bus service will be interrupted on Deer Lake Ave. and riders will have to walk north to Canada Way bus stops. Translink will post “interruption of service” notices on Deer Lake Ave. bus stops.
A Drop-off zone will be designated in the Deer Lake Ave. stalls directly across from the North Lot at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts until 9:30pm. Deer Lake Ave will be closed to all traffic between 9:30pm and 11pm.
Handicapped Permit Parking:
For vehicles displaying the official handicapped parking permit (SPARC), limited parking will be available in the Shadbolt Centre’s North Parking lot on a first come first served basis. Vehicles must access this area from the east end of Deer Lake Ave at Canada Way (by Esso gas station).
Motorcycle & Scooter Parking:
Limited parking spaces will be available in the Shadbolt Centre’s North Parking lot for motorcycles and scooters, based on first come, first served basis. Please access westbound from Deer Lake Ave and Canada Way.
See above for Deer Lake Ave. interruption of bus service. We strongly advise that you research the Translink site (www.translink.ca) in advance and refer to the Trip Planning tool so that you will know exactly what your options are for your bus trip to and from the Deer Lake Park venue. You can also view the Deer Lake Park vicinity roadways on “Google Earth” or a regular Burnaby street map to find your walking route from bus stops in the vicinity and the City Hall bus loop.
CAR OR CARPOOL:
Should you choose to drive your vehicle to the general vicinity of Deer Lake Park, please refer to www.mapquest.ca or click “maps” on the Google homepage for specific directions from your location. Once in the Deer Lake Park area, be sure to read and regard all street signage or you could be subject to fines and vehicle towing.
Bicycles will not be permitted inside the site but bike racks will be available close to the Main Gate and the West Gate on a first come, first served basis. Owners must provide their own locks and leave bicycles at their own risk.