TRAFFIC: St. Alice Street bus stop closed

Closed due to surrounding road closures

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs announced on Tuesday, March 24, that the St. Alice Street bus stop is temporarily closed. The closure comes from temporary traffic closure due to coronavirus concerns.

Village officials ask all passengers traveling from Agassiz or Chilliwack to board the bus stop located on Lillooet Avenue. This is where passngers must also disembark if their final destination is in the area.

This closure is just the latest in a litany of closures throughout the Agassiz-Harrison area, including an all-out ban on visitors to the village of Harrison Hot Springs, recreation areas throughout the District of Kent and the Harrison Hot Springs Resort cutting off reservations.

RELATED: All Kent recreation facilities temporarily closed

RELATED: Harrison Hot Springs Resort cuts off reservations amid COVID-19 concerns

The same day, the village annoucned the closure of the Harrison Hot Springs public boat launch.

More to come.

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