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Shape your city, share your input

Every year, the City of Vancouver and Park Board seek feedback on a variety of topics, including citywide strategic plans like the Zero Waste Strategy, neighbourhood plans, and operational plans like the budget.

We want to hear from you. Join TalkVancouver, take a questionnaire, or come out to a public event. Your feedback provides us insight into how we should shape our city.

Consultation activities

Don't miss out on having your say. Learn about our active consultation activities.


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  • Arbutus Greenway

    The Arbutus Greenway is a north-south transportation corridor that will connect people, parks, and places from False Creek to the Fraser River.

    Come view the proposed design concept and chat with members of the project team. 

    Location: City Lab, 511 West Broadway, Vancouver 

    Dates and times:

    • Saturday, April 21 from 12pm to 3pm
    • Wednesday, April 25 from 3:30pm to 6pm
    • Saturday, April 28 from 12pm to 3pm
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  • Capital Plan

    We're updating the City’s long-term financial plan for infrastructure areas such as affordable housing, child care, transportation, community facilities, parks, streets, sewers, and more.

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  • Rain City Strategy

    We are working on a strategy to:

    • Improve water quality
    • Enhance Vancouver’s resiliency and climate change adaptation
    • Use rainwater as a resource
    • Support neighbourhood livability and biodiversity

    Have your voice heard on the Rain City Strategy planning process. Take our online survey until April 22.

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  • Smart Cities Canada
    Smart Cities Canada

    We are competing for $50 million in the Government of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge this fall. The competition will recognize Canadian cities that can develop ways to improve livability through technology.

    Read more
  • Chinatown revitalization

    The Chinatown revitalization plan aims to bring community members together to address issues such as economic growth and heritage retention.

    Tell us what you think of the proposed changes. Feedback will be summarized and presented to Council along with the proposed updates at a Public Hearing later this Spring.


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Completed consultation activities