Refer to Policy 3411R1 under the Club Organization/Rules, Restrictions, & Policies pull-down.
News & Notices
Notice: The remediation is going well, with excellent records being kept by the Caretaker team.
Please be informed of the Imminent Closure of the Bridge Crossing – Projected dates are Thurs Oct 31st thru Sun Nov 3rd. They expect a 4 day closure. This is subject to change Unannounced. The team will do their best to notify us, and we to notify you, if/as the need arises.
Bernhard Bridge Repairs
After reviewing the bridge’s concrete pier test results, we have decided to immediately move forward with repairs. Since we do not have all permitting completed at this time, we have notified the County that we consider this work to be an emergency from a timing standpoint. Therefore, we have hired a contractor to commence work on the bridge. They will work on the bridge for up to three weeks, starting October 14, 2019. There will be unavoidable delays in crossings and closures of the bridge. For those wanting to get to Division II or III, please use the back (west) gate if you do not want to wait. The gate can be unlocked with the weekend gate/dumpster key all week long and until further notice. We will post updates as the job progresses and thank you in advance for your patience and support.
Other Details You Need To Know
• Until further notice, the area between the Division I side of Bernhard bridge and No Name creek in Division II is designated a work zone. Limitation are as follows:
o access through this area is limited to immediate ingress/egress only
o maximum 10,000 pound single axle vehicles
o trucks less than 3500 weight-carrying capacity designation
o ABSOLUTELY NO TRAILERS and NO PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC
o speed limit of 5 mph
This is for the safety of employees, contractor workers and membership at large. As all of the work is being performed under the bridge, the area under the bride must remain a designated work zone AT ALL TIMES until the project is complete.
• We will have to close the bridge to all traffic at some point for 4 consecutive days. This is a requirement for the concrete to set. The closure timing is fully dependent upon the weather conditions and availability of concrete delivery. The contractor is aware of the importance of access to Divisions II and III and will give us as much notice as possible.
• We will post as soon as possible to Facebook, our website and via mailchimp upon confirmation of the closure.
What Can I Do To Be Prepared?
• Be sure that you have a gate/dumpster key for access through the back gate – if you do not, get in touch with our Park Administrator at the office or via [email protected]
• Remain subscribed to this mailing list – we issue important updates via email through Mailchimp
• Check our members-only Facebook page (Cascade River Park – CRCC) and website (www.cascaderiverpark.com) for updates regularly
All Members please be notified of the CRCC immediate action towards repairing the main bridge.
Here is a the letter the Board has sent to the County as per required communications.
Two things to note:
To enter through the back gate for access to Div I and II, members will use their original gate/trash key. Please understand it is necessary that the gate be locked after entering or exiting the park, for everyone’s safety.
As the Caretaker team will also be using the same back-gate access, be advised they will maintain that thruway to a reasonable condition.
Member Participation is requested for those of you who have Lead / Copper piping in your water system on your side of the meter.
This is a request for participants to perform the testing process between August 2nd – August 16th, 2019.
If you would like to participate in this endeavor, please contact the Water Quality Field Operator, Ron Ange @ 360-488-6944 or email him at [email protected].
Test Kits will be available for pick-up at the following locations:
- CRCC Office (open 9am to 2pm, Tuesday through Saturday)
- Ron Ange
- Caretaker on Duty
The Test Kit will consist of the following:
- Home Owners Tap Sample Collection Procedures for Lead / Copper and Label
- Test Bottle
- Rubber Band for attaching label to test bottle
Please feel free to address any questions you may have about this process to Ron Ange. He will be happy to guide you in this process.