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False Creek South seawall

Archived - May 31City starts False Creek South planning process

We are embarking on a process to review and plan for the future of the False Creek South neighbourhood.

A character home in Shaughnessy

Archived - May 30City hosts open houses on proposed zoning changes and design guidelines to implement incentives city-wide

Residents are invited to discuss character home retention in single-family neighbourhoods. Attend an open house and provide your feedback.

Swim to Survive

Archived - May 30Swim to Survive: Free drowning prevention program open to 2,000 children and youth

The Vancouver Park Board is expanding its partnership with the Lifesaving Society and Lifeguard Outreach Society to offer three days of Swim to Survive.

Balmoral Hotel sideview of building

Archived - May 30City acts to address issues at Balmoral Hotel

The City investigates building code issues in SROs in the DTES. The Balmoral Hotel has been inspected and orders were issued to owners to make repairs.

Rows of mixed housing types for families

Archived - May 26City invites public to join the big conversation to help shape new housing strategy

We launched our public consultation process to collect feedback about the proposed priorities and actions to address the housing affordability crisis.

Checking blood pressure

Archived - May 26Four overdose deaths recorded last week in Vancouver

Vancouver Police Department reported four overdose deaths for the week of May 15, bringing the total to a record estimate of 158 deaths so far this year.

Park Board staff cleaning up the field at Sunset Beach Park after the 4/20 marijuana event

Archived - May 25Statement on costs of 4/20 protest events at Sunset Beach Park and Vancouver Art Gallery

The City of Vancouver, Park Board, and Vancouver Police Department (VPD) have reviewed all costs associated with the 4/20 cannabis protest events.

Family holding a baby

Archived - May 25Vancouver’s Affordable Housing Agency (VAHA) to enable 1350+ new affordable rental homes

Vancouver’s Affordable Housing Agency (VAHA) to enable 1,350+ new affordable rental homes. City contributing eight sites to be rented at below market rate.

People walking and biking on the Seawall

Archived - May 19South False Creek Seawall reopens for summer

Just in time for this year’s first wave of warm weather and the Victoria Day long weekend, the South False Creek Seawall has reopened for the summer.

People cycling on the 10th Avenue Corridor through China Creek Park

Archived - May 18Council approves safety improvements to streets in the 10th Avenue Health Precinct

City Council today approved changes to the 10th Avenue Corridor through the Health Precinct that will lead to increased safety, with a focus on patients.

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