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Manholes give City maintenance workers access to the sewer and water systems.

Archived - Mar 13Iron Clad Art: Manhole cover design challenge

Turn our streets into dynamic public art sites. Submit your manhole cover designs that highlight the importance of our sewer system and express Vancouver’s spirit, values and a vision for a sustainable future by 4:00 p.m. 15 April 2013.

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Archived - Mar 12Kitsilano Point parking permits expire March 31

Remember to renew your permit. On March 22 and 23, you can renew your permit at the Vancouver Maritime Museum.

Cars parked on street

Archived - Mar 12Fairview parking permits expire March 31

Remember to renew your permit. Starting March 18, you can renew your permit at City Hall.

Pacific great blue herons nesting in Stanley Park

Archived - Mar 07Pacific great blue herons return to Stanley Park after successful 2012 season

The Pacific great blue herons have returned to their current nest site in Stanley Park for the 13th consecutive year. They began arriving in the past week to the trees that tower above the Park Board's Administrative Offices and the tennis courts. Last year, volunteers counted 117 nests in the colony.

Celebrating international womens day

Archived - Mar 05Vancouver celebrates women’s contributions to local food on International Women’s Day

The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation will mark International Women’s Day with a reception to celebrate and acknowledge the 2013 Remarkable Women honourees on March 8.

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Archived - Feb 28Study shows rapid transit key to unlocking potential of UBC/Broadway corridor

The City of Vancouver and the University of British Columbia released a KPMG study that shows a rail-based rapid transit system on the UBC Broadway Corridor is needed to meet population growth and economic potential.

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Archived - Feb 26Community leader and Chinatown heritage advocate receives Civic Merit Award

Fred Mah was presented with the Civic Merit Award on Tuesday 26 February by Mayor Gregor Robertson at a ceremony at City Hall.The award recognizes Mr. Mah’s extensive volunteer work and contributions to the community as well as his professional leadership.

Archived - Feb 22Changes are coming to the laneway housing program

Changes are coming to the laneway housing program. Later this spring, staff will report to City Council with proposed amendments to the LWH regulations and guidelines and to expand the program to other single family zoned neighbourhoods.

Stanley park seawall

Archived - Feb 22Portion of Stanley Park Seawall closed for maintenance

A portion of the Stanley Park Seawall will be closed on weekdays till March 8 for annual rock scaling and maintenance work.

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Archived - Feb 20Open Data Day Hackathon at City Hall

City Hall will be opening its doors to Open Data Day on Saturday 23 February from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This sold out event will bring together app developers, designers, City staff, policy wonks and interested citizens to examine, analyze and explore applications for open data in Vancouver.

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