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The City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Park Board want to hear from you. We use a variety of ways to listen to what you have to say about what is most important to you. Browse this page to find ways to get involved today.

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As part of our Engaged City initiative, we invite you to be a part of Talk Vancouver, our online space for civic participation.

Help us build a better Vancouver by becoming a member of the City's online community of trusted, local advisors. 

We will keep you connected to the latest City initiatives and invite you to participate in studies and discussions to hear your views and ideas.

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Arbutus

When complete, the Arbutus Greenway will enable you to walk or cycle continuously from Marpole in South Vancouver to False Creek.

Britannia renewal project

We are working together with our partners to renew and revitalize Britannia Community Services Centre and the larger Britannia site. Learn about the project and provide your input and ideas.

Cambie Corridor Planning Program

The Cambie Corridor Planning Program guides long-term growth in areas along Cambie Street and its surrounding neighbourhoods.

Capital planning

Our capital plan is a four-year financial plan for investments in our city's infrastructure.

Chinatown revitalization

The Chinatown revitalization plan will preserve Chinatown's unique heritage while bringing new life to the community.

False Creek South

We will be working closely with stakeholders and the general community to address the important key issues around leases and future land use.

Green infrastructure

Learn how green infrastructure promotes sustainable rainwater management to enhance our city’s resilience to climate change.

Heather Street Lands

The City is guiding the future development of the Heather Streets Lands, at the request of then Heather Street Lands owners, Canada Lands Company, and the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations Partnership.

Interim skate plaza

We are planning a interim plaza-style skateboard facility under the Cambie Bridge at Cambie and W 2nd streets to stand-in for the Downtown skateboard park which will be removed in early 2019.

Parks and recreation strategy

We're developing Vancouver’s Playbook, a new master plan for vibrant, healthy, and liveable parks and recreation for the next 25 years.

Tatlow and Volunteer Park stream

We are restoring the historical stream in Volunteer and Tatlow parks and the English Bay shoreline.

Waterway recreation

The Park Board is exploring how to improve non-motorized boating opportunities throughout the city.

Other ways you can have your say

Rezoning applications

Learn how rezoning works, find rezoning applications and give your feedback, and learn how to apply for a rezoning.

Council meetings and decisions

Find dates, agendas, and reports for upcoming and past Vancouver City Council meetings.

Park Board meetings and decisions

Find dates, agendas, reports, and live video for upcoming Park Board meetings, and minutes and video from past meetings.

Join an agency, board, or committee

Your expertise can help us respond to the needs of all our citizens.

Tell us online

Do you have feedback or a comment? Tell us about it now using our online form.

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Our engagement process

How we do community engagement

Find out how your opportunities to shape City decisions, plans, and projects are designed and evaluated using our community engagement framework.

Making connections

Mayor's Engaged City Task Force

The Task Force is examining how to increase neighbourhood engagement and improve the ways we connect with residents.

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