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Three new accessible playgrounds open in John Hendry, Salsbury, and Carleton Parks in East Vancouver.
Enjoy open, inclusive and free drawing workshops as part of the Vancouver Draw Down event. Led by professional artists, participate in these creative happenings for all ages and abilities across Vancouver.
The City is working with HUB, a non-profit group, to encourage new riders to try one of the cleanest and most energy efficient forms of transportation during Bike to Work Week, which runs May 27 to June 2.
The City of Vancouver is stepping up its support for Vancouver’s booming social enterprise sector, providing grant funding totaling $380,000 over two years to two organizations to support the growth of the social enterprise sector and the capacity of businesses to hire and support people with barriers to employment.
From now until July, if you live in a house or duplex, your Green Bin and recycling will be emptied every week, and your garbage bin every other week. To help you with this change, sign up online for garbage and Green Bin collection reminders by email, text message, voicemail or tweet.
Come to a drop-in open house and share your thoughts on ways to improve this corridor May 23, 25 and 27. City staff will be available at all the open houses to discuss the project, answer questions and gather input.
Outdoor pools and beaches open for summer on May 18, 2013, with lifeguards and park rangers on duty.
The City of Vancouver is unlikely to be impacted by the High Streamflow Advisory for the Lower Fraser River, issued by the BC River Forecast Centre.
It’s spring cleaning time in Vancouver! Every May, thousands of volunteers roll up their sleeves and take part in Keep Vancouver Spectacular, our annual city-wide cleanup campaign. Join a neighbourhood cleanup team or sign up to be a block captain.
Does your non-profit organization have innovative ideas for raising awareness and responding to issues on homelessness? Apply for a 2013 Homelessness Action Week grant by May 17.