The City of New Westminster‘s McBride-Sapperton Residents’ Association is a group of neighbours interested in making and keeping our neighbourhood safe, crime-free, peaceful and attractive.
We meet regularly to discuss matters of concern in the area. We regularly correspond with city representatives to deal with matters such as traffic, zoning, and social problems such as crime in the neighbourhood.
Your participation in the Association will assist in our voices being heard at City Hall.
The McBride-Sapperton Residents’ Association public meetings are held bimonthly at the Knox Presbyterian Church (except March 22 – see MSRA Meetings on left) located at 403 East Columbia St. in Sapperton, New Westminster, B.C. The church is across the street from Sapperton Park at the corner of East Columbia & Sherbrooke Streets and is kitty-corner to the Royal Columbian Hospital. We thank the Knox Presbyterian Church for this hospitality.
The McBride-Sapperton Residents’ Association encompasses the area generally east of McBride Blvd., south of East 10th Ave., north of Brunette Ave. and east to the border of New Westminster / Burnaby / Coquitlam. This includes the Victory Heights area between East 8th Ave and East 10th Ave. See this map for the boundaries and this webpage for contact names of adjacent Residents’ Associations.
The Massey-Victory Heights Residents’ Association was formed in April 2004 with traffic as the main issue. The boundaries are McBride Blvd. to East Columbia St. and East 8th Ave. to East 10th Ave. To know more, please contact the president of the MVHRA Jason Lesage (email@example.com).
Residents of the Massey-Victory Heights area are welcome to attend to both Residents’ Associations.