For fifteen years the Rotary Club of Tsawwassen has served the community by contributing money and manpower to numerous projects throughout Tsawwassen, Point Roberts and the world. With over seventy members representing many business and professional disciplines, Tsawwassen Rotary continually contributes value, energy and resources to the community.

The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen has partnered with Century Group to create this public square within the redevelopment of the Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall. Overlooked by Century's Oliva (pronounced: Oh - LEE - va) retail and residential development.

This first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building in the municipality of Delta is an environmentally friendly neighbor for Rotary Square. Now this newly developed permanent gathering place celebrates our community for the people of Tsawwassen. It provides a space to gather and participate in community events.  

The centerpiece of Rotary Square is the spectacular contemporary First Nation Art, 'Returning Sockeye', a major work linking the community with the First Nations heritage and our spectacular west coast environment. Karl Morgan of the Tsawwassen First Nation created the dramatic and inspiring art for the community.

To see photos of Rotary Square click Here!

To see the Aug 04/07 dedication ceremonies in a photo essay click Here!