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The Park Board encourages you to water street trees in front of your home and on your block – not only during this hot weather, but throughout the summer.
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation’s new passport to recreation has proven to be extremely popular since it was launched on July 8. In just a week, over 10,000 Vancouver residents signed up for the OneCard and now enjoy universal access city-wide to Park Board recreation facilities.
The City of Vancouver and the Kitsilano 4th Avenue Business Improvement Association (BIA) celebrated the end of a six-month long construction project from Burrard to Balsam on West 4th Avenue today in time for the Khatsahlano! Music + Art Festival, set to kick off on Saturday, July 13.
We are striving to improve the way we deliver service to residents. You now have the choice to purchase your residential parking permit online.
The Vancouver Park Board unveiled its creative and ambitious Local Food Action Plan highlighting priority areas and actions to increase local food assets in Vancouver parks and recreation facilities.
If you have a project idea that could help create healthy and vibrant communities throughout our province, you could qualify for a Vancouver Foundation grant to help make it a reality. Learn more and apply.
Vancouver City Council received an update today on the Greenest City Action Plan (GCAP), and heard that the City has achieved a four per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2007, while Vancouver’s economy and population both grew significantly.
Universal access to recreation in Vancouver is now available at all Park Board facilities with the launch of the OneCard, giving local residents access to the entire network of Park Board pools, rinks, and fitness centres across the city – regardless of income or where they live.
The Vancouver Park Board has selected over 20 local artists to take up studio residencies at parks and community centres. Artists will develop their work, engage the community, and increase participation in the arts. Learn about the new artist groups and their studio locations.
The full program for Granville weekend closures has been released; new activations include a Yaletown farmers market and more parklets.