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Holiday displays sprouting up in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

An interactive map of local light displays will be available in December
This Pitt Meadows home was one of many impressive local light displays set up last year. (Special to The News)

With colder weather on the way, many Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows residents will be putting up their holiday decorations over the next couple of weeks.

More light displays equal more people wanting to go out and view them, which is why The News will once again be putting together our list of the must-see holiday displays throughout Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

While the interactive map won’t be available until December, we are currently accepting submissions.

In order to be included, all submissions must include the person’s first and last name, address, and at least one picture of the property.

The list of addresses will then be published as part of a map that locals can use to plan their light-viewing adventures this holiday season.

All entries must be submitted to

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Pitt Meadows Light Tour

The City of Pitt Meadows is once again putting together its own list of impressive light displays, which began on Nov. 13.

This annual contest will let Pitt Meadows residents vote on their favourite entry, with last year’s winner being located at 11548 196B St.

READ MORE: City of Pitt Meadows announces winning home in Holiday Lights Tour contest

More details on the Pitt Meadows Holiday Lights Tour is available by visiting

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