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Archived - Aug 15City of Vancouver’s Affordable Housing Agency building 400 new affordable rental homes

Learn about the four sites contributed by the City to build homes for working residents, seniors, and families with low to moderate incomes.

richard saunders field

Archived - Aug 03It’s batter up at the newly named Richard Saunders Field

Newly renovated Richard Saunders Field opens in time for 2016 Little League Canadian Championship tournament starting August 4 to 13.

Gil Kelley

Archived - Aug 02City appoints Gil Kelley as the general manager of Planning, Urban Design, and Sustainability

Find out Gil's role as our new chief planner and get to know his experience as a planning director in San Francisco and Portland.

Grandview plan

Archived - Jul 28Affordable housing top priority as Council approves new Grandview-Woodland Community Plan

​The Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood has a new community plan. Council approved a framework that will add family and non-market housing, protect and increase rental homes, improve community amenities, and preserve the unique vibe of Commercial Drive.

Brooklyn Bridge pop-up pool

Archived - Jul 26Vancouver Park Board one step closer to installing pop-up pool

Our first ever pop-up pool will provide you with more places to take a dip. It's slated to open in summer 2017 at a neighbourhood without an outdoor pool.

Deschner Lane House, the EnerGuide 2014 top laneway house

Archived - Jul 14Vancouver takes next step to advance Renewable City Strategy

This plan will eliminate emissions from new buildings by 2030 through energy efficiency and renewable energy, and is the next step to advance the Renewable City Strategy.

Vandusen-visitor-centre

Archived - Jul 11VanDusen Visitor Centre most sustainable building in Vancouver

VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre achieves Living Building Challenge Petal Certification—and becomes the most sustainable building in Vancouver.

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.

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.

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