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Our Cooling Centres, which include air-conditioned community centres and libraries, are open if you need relief from the smoke.
Add adventure to your life by ziplining at Queen Elizabeth Park, the highest point in the city! Buy your tickets online today.
Please help us water young trees so they can grow to see another summer. Make it a family activity and teach your children about the importance of trees. Young trees need about 15 litres of water twice per week.
The Fan Zone is open an extra day on Tuesday, June 30 from 12:00 noon to 7:00pm. Come enjoy the festivities and watch the semi-final match on the big screens.
There's one week left to pay property taxes and claim home owner grants. To meet the deadline and avoid line-ups, pay and claim online.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of our Keep Vancouver Spectacular. In recognition of this milestone, a special emphasis was placed on the thousands of volunteers who have taken to the streets to keep the city beautiful.
With hotter temperatures forecasted over the next several days, please stay hydrated, check on others, and be on the lookout for those who may suffer due to heat. Find out where you can keep cool.
The Citizens’ Assembly's final report on the Grandview-Woodland Community Plan was presented to Council today. It includes recommendations about important issues in Grandview-Woodland, including housing, transportation, local economy, culture, and land-use.
Learn about our next steps towards Vancouver’s goal to shift to 100% renewable energy, and Bright Green Summer, a series of events and engagement to celebrate our Greenest City Action Plan progress.
Lawn watering restrictions are now in effect. Restrictions are in affect annually to conserve water throughout the dry summer months when rainfall is at its lowest and demand for water almost doubles.