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Couple at dusk on False Creek Habitat Island in Vancouver

Archived - Jul 12Milestone year for our Greenest City Action Plan

We released our fifth Greenest City Action Plan Implementation Update. It highlights significant accomplishments made in 2015/2016, such as further increases in trips made by walking and biking, and decreases in community and building greenhouse gases.

Kitsilano Pool will host Swim to Survive day on July 22

Archived - Jul 08Free Swim to Survive day comes to Vancouver

The Vancouver Park Board is partnering with the Life Saving Socity to provide free drowning prevention lessons for up to 600 youth on July 22. Register now.

New Jubilee House opens the doors to 162 new affordable homes for at risk and low-income residents

Archived - Jul 06New Jubilee House opens the doors to 162 new affordable homes for at risk and low-income residents

The completed construction of New Jubilee House in downtown south, providing 162 new homes for at risk seniors and low income residents was celebrated today.

Awards of excellence

Archived - Jul 06City of Vancouver Awards of Excellence honour outstanding community leaders and organizations

The Awards of Excellence celebrate those who make Vancouver a greener, healthier, more diverse, accessible, and prosperous city.

Geordie Howe

Archived - Jul 04Vancouver Park Board first municipal body in Canada to hire in-house archaeologist

The Vancouver Park Board hires first full-time staff archaeologist employed by a municipal government-achieving another Truth and Reconciliation milestone.

child practices yoga

Archived - Jul 01Here comes the fun: Seven hot summer day camps from the Park Board

The Vancouver Park Board has compiled a few suggestions on unique and affordable camps for kids this summer.

Envelope

Archived - Jun 30Potential work stoppage at Canada Post – What you need to know

If there is Canada Post disruption and mail delivery service is impacted, there are other options to get your business and communications with the City done. Find out more.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Jun 30City appoints new general manager of development services, buildings and licensing

Kaye Matheny Krishna will be the new General Manager of Development Services, Buildings and Licensing. Kaye will be starting her position on August 1, 2016.

Rainbow sidewalk

Archived - Jun 30Rainbow crosswalk refresh

We are repaving the Bute Street and Davie Street intersection as part of the construction of the new Jim Deva Plaza, starting July 3 to mid-July.

People on patio

Archived - Jun 30See a map of patios with extended hours

See a map of restaurants with patios that will keep outdoor spaces open until 1:00am.

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