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People walking, cycling, and using mobility scooters on the South False Creek Seawall

Archived - Jan 27Seawall improvements under way in advance of summer season

Next week, we will begins construction to upgrade the seawall in South False Creek to enhance the safety and comfort of all users. The first section of seawall improvements will take place between Old Bridge Walk and Alder Bay Walk.

Micro-cleaning crew cleaning an alley

Archived - Jan 25Local non-profits receive grant funding for street cleaning programs

Council has approved funding for six local non-profit organizations as part of the City’s Street Cleaning Grant Program.

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Archived - Jan 25Arts and culture investment increases 53% since 2012

More than 98 local cultural organizations will benefit from our investment of more than $2.6 million.

City of Vancouver crews sanding roads

Archived - Jan 25Snow response plan summary 2016-2017

Despite the 2016-2017 winter season being one of the coldest and snowiest in recent memory, we have a comprehensive snow response plan in place.

City Hall

Archived - Jan 24Vancouver City Council Ratifies Collective Agreement

City Council has ratified the terms of a new collective agreement covering inside workers represented by CUPE Local 15. Union members voted to accept the settlement last week.

Potholes Vancouver repair

Archived - Jan 20City responds to new pothole reports as weather warms

With warmer weather returning, an increased number of City crews are out working on road repairs to keep our roads safe and remove hazards caused by potholes. Report potholes via VanConnect or Twitter.

Arbutus Greenway illustration

Archived - Jan 18City to launch consultation on the future Arbutus Greenway

The Arbutus Greenway is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reimagine a former railway corridor, and we want your help developing the vision. Take the survey, visit an open house, or our pop-up kiosk.

Thin ice warning sign

Archived - Jan 16Vancouver Park Board closes Trout Lake to skating today at noon

The Vancouver Park Board has closed Trout Lake to skating and other ice activities at noon today due to warming temperatures and anticipated rain.

West End Community Centre in Vancouver

Archived - Jan 13Vancouver Park Board reopens West End community warming centre

A decision was made to reopen the facility after a request from Community Services and in consultation with the West End Community Centre Association. The warming centre will open at 10:00pm this evening.

City garbage collection crew

Archived - Jan 13City crews catch up on garbage collection

We would like to thank all residents for your continued patience and understanding during the recent weather-related collection delays.

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