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Parts of the Stanley Park seawall and Jericho Pier are closed to the public until further notice due to damage from yesterday’s King Tide and storm surge and today’s wind and waves.
The City and CUPE Local 1004 have concluded a tentative settlement for a renewed collective agreement. CUPE 1004 represents approximately 1600 outdoor workers employed by the City and Park Board.
Not-for-profit, community, and corporate groups are invited to submit proposals for VIVA Vancouver 2013 by 4 February 2013. Get an application and guidelines.
Families looking for something to do during the holidays won’t have far to look! Vancouver Park Board recreational facilities and attractions will be open for business, including some on Christmas Day.
Get tips from Vancouver Fire & Rescue Services to keep you and your family safe and healthy this holiday season.
With support from the City of Vancouver’s Integrated Graffiti Management Program, the Youth Development Program at Collingwood Neighbourhood House is helping to eradicate graffiti in Vancouver’s Collingwood neighbourhood through the City’s Spread the Paint Program.
Vancouver City Council will consider the proposed 2013 Capital and Operating Budgets at a special evening session on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at City Hall.
The Vancouver Park Board announces holiday events and light displays, including events at Stanley Park, Bloedel Conservatory, and VanDusen Botanical Garden.
Celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities and promote accessibility and inclusion, come out to the International Day of Persons with Disabilities special community event on 3 December at the Roundhouse Community Centre. Mayor Robertson will issue the proclamation at Council on 27 November.
During June of this year, 92 catch basin covers were stolen in Vancouver. Since September, 19 more grates have gone missing, 13 of those in November. Please be cautious of uncovered storm drain or catch basins, which are a foot or two deep and can be as deep as five or six feet. They pose a significant danger to pets, pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.