This map shows the areas of interest
for both BIEAP and FREMP. See the key below to determine the colour coded
areas of interest.
BIEAP Area of Interest
190 kilometres of marine foreshore and all the tidal waters east of a
line between the southern most point of Point Atkinson and the westernmost
point of Point Grey - including False Creek and all of Indian Arm and
Port Moody Arm - and extending to the upstream tidal influence of all
watercourses feeding into Burrard Inlet.
Area of Interest
155 square kilometres of estuary foreshore including land and water on
the wet side of the dikes of the Fraser River from Kanaka Creek and the
outlet of Pitt Lake downstream to the Strait of Georgia including the
outer banks from Point Grey to the U.S. border and Boundary Bay. The FREMP
area of interest includes the waters of the Fraser River Port Authority
and the North Fraser Port Authority.
To see the FREMP Colour Coding maps, click