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Park Board sprayer

Archived - Jul 28Battle of the bugs: Vancouver Park Board uses microscopic worm to fight chafer beetle pests

We're treating 31 sports fields with nematodes — microscopic roundworms that seek out and kill chafer beetle grubs — starting this week.

Brooklyn Bridge pop-up pool

Archived - Jul 26Vancouver Park Board one step closer to installing pop-up pool

Our first ever pop-up pool will provide you with more places to take a dip. It's slated to open in summer 2017 at a neighbourhood without an outdoor pool.

Join us for the Pride proclamation 2016 at Jim Deva Plaza

Archived - Jul 25City kicks off Pride week with proclamation and new plaza

Join us at the official opening of Jim Deva Plaza on Thursday, July 28 and the 38th Annual Vancouver Pride Parade on Sunday, July 31. Get road closure info.

Apartment building

Archived - Jul 22Vancouver leads the Metro region in housing supply

It is expected that Vancouver will deliver over 22% of the total housing starts in Metro Vancouver in 2016, as well as almost half of the rental housing supply in the region. Find out more.

Play the Water Wise Challenge online game

Archived - Jul 21Take a break from PokemonGo to play the Water Wise Challenge as hot weather returns

Explore the journey of our treated drinking water and how to be water wise in your yard and garden in our new online game: the Water Wise Challenge.

VanSplash Aquatics Strategy

Archived - Jul 21Vancouver Park Board launches Van Splash consultation and

We're looking at introducing innovative swimming options for residents, including a "pop-up" pool. Find out more.

Rows of mixed housing types for families

Archived - Jul 20Third party analysis shows 5,000+ short-term rentals in Vancouver

We're studying how short-term rentals affect the availability of rental housing. Take our survey about the pros and cons of short-term rentals.

The flag at City Hall is at half mast today.

Archived - Jul 15Marking the tragic events in Nice, France

The Canada flag on top of City Hall will fly at half-mast from now until sunset on July 18.

Arbutus Greenway illustration

Archived - Jul 15 Arbutus Corridor rail removal completing ahead of schedule

The removal of train rails and ties from the Arbutus Corridor was substantially completed this week, ahead of schedule. This paves the way for us to proceed, starting next week, with installation of a temporary asphalt pathway.

Deschner Lane House, the EnerGuide 2014 top laneway house

Archived - Jul 14Vancouver takes next step to advance Renewable City Strategy

This plan will eliminate emissions from new buildings by 2030 through energy efficiency and renewable energy, and is the next step to advance the Renewable City Strategy.

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