Construction Will Soon Begin on New RCMP Building and Harris Road Park Washroom

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PITT MEADOWS, BC – This fall, the City of Pitt Meadows expects to break ground on the new autonomous RCMP detachment and Harris Road Park washroom building after the construction contract for both projects was awarded to Kenaidan Contracting Ltd. following a competitive procurement process.

“Pitt Meadows is one step closer to an autonomous RCMP Detachment which will enhance service levels and police response times, as well as prioritize the unique needs of our community,” says Mayor Nicole MacDonald. “The new RCMP detachment represents a significant investment in the safety and well-being in Pitt Meadows.”

The new 19,000 sq ft detachment will provide the RCMP with the necessary amenities to operate an autonomous police service within the community, have a dedicated ground level volunteer/flex space, and include mass timber structural components in the lobby. The detachment will be built at 12486 Harris Road.

The existing Harris Road Park washroom structure will be replaced with a new washroom and concession building and provide a higher level of service in the park.

“The construction pricing received for the new RCMP detachment and Harris Road Park washroom falls within the previously established $23.5 million budget,” says Chief Administrative Officer Mark Roberts. “The construction of the police services building is being funded without a property tax increase.”

Construction for both projects are expected to commence in the coming weeks, with the police building expected to be complete by late 2025 and the park washroom project expected to be complete by early/mid 2024.

For more information about the new Pitt Meadows Autonomous RCMP detachment, visit


For more information please contact:
Carolyn Baldridge
Manager of Communications & Community Engagement
City of Pitt Meadows