BC Ferries has closed the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal parkade after a minor rockslide.
According to a media release from BC Ferries Wednesday, a rock slide spilled into the parkade on January 2nd, damaging one vehicle.
Thankfully, no one was injured.
The parkade will be closed until further notice.
A rock scaling contractor is currently on site to install temporary bracing and shoring in the parkade to the damaged areas.
Over the course of a week, contractors will continue surveying other portions of the rock face to check for other potential safety issues.
The terminal remains open, and customer parking is available in the parking lot adjacent to the ticketing and administration building.
Customers with vehicles in the parkade are required to check in with the on-site BC Ferries representative to access their vehicle.
Meanwhile, in Victoria, Swartz Bay Ferry terminal is currently dealing with ongoing maintenance issues with a leaking water main.
As a result, all washroom and food service facilities at the terminal are currently unavailable.
Temporary washroom facilities will be made available as soon as possible.