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Find out about Christmas tree chipping

Archived - Dec 30 Keep it green this holiday season and recycle your Christmas tree

Vancouver residents have three green options this month for recycling their live, cut Christmas trees. Prepare trees for recycling by removing all tinsel and decorations.

West end snowy weather

Archived - Dec 25Winter weather response plan update

​The current weather forecast is for snow to begin late Sunday night/early Monday morning before turning into rain by mid-afternoon on Monday. City crews will be working throughout the night with salters and plows to prepare, with the potential to add more staff and equipment if needed.

Snow on a garbage bin

Archived - Dec 23Vancouver South Transfer Station will accept residential garbage at no cost December 24, 26 to January 8

View new options to dispose of your household garbage and recycling while our crews try to safely provide collection services during the winter weather.

Vancouver Tool Library, recipient of a green grant

Archived - Dec 22City accepting applications for Greenest City Grant

The program provides $205,000 per year to support community projects that help us achieve our Greenest City Action Plan targets. Apply by February 6, 2017.

Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

Archived - Dec 22City and Province partner to extend 85 Extreme Weather shelter spaces

The shelter spaces at Serena's, Salvation Army Harbour Light, and Catholic Charities will stay open until the end of January, longer if the cold persists.

LED light installation at City Hall

Archived - Dec 20City continues to enhance openness and transparency

We recently sent a follow-up letter to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner to update the Acting Commissioner on our continued efforts to improve public access to City records.

Person on street

Archived - Dec 19More than 150 people accommodated at warming shelters over the weekend

We opened three community centres to welcome anyone who needed to get out of the cold. All three will reopen Monday night.

Archived - Dec 18More than 50 people accommodated Saturday night at warming shelters

The City opened two community centres overnight Saturday to welcome anyone who needed to get out of the cold, and will make more space available Sunday.

Archived - Dec 17City to open warming shelters Saturday, Sunday nights

The City of Vancouver is providing additional warm and welcoming space for anyone who needs to get out of the cold, December 17 and 18.

Vancouver's West End with the snowy North Shore mountains

Archived - Dec 16City preparing for next snowfall

We're ready for snowy and rainy weather on Saturday night. Please help prevent flooding by clearing catch basins near your home of leaves, snow, and ice.

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