Kerrisdale

Kerrisdale

Kerrisdale is primarily a residential area, and has many long-time residents. Its residential streets are lined with sweeping, grand old trees. Kerrisdale Village is the main shopping area, and one of the first to introduce specially designed street furniture to beautify the main shopping streets. Kerrisdale is in the south-western section of the city, sloping down to the Fraser River.

One community near Kerrisdale has a community plan underway:

Initiatives in Kerrisdale

Shannon Mews Park looking south

Shannon Mews Park

A new 0.285 hectare park is part of the redevelopment of Shannon Mews. The park will feature heritage elements, native landscaping, and a natural playground.

Events in Kerrisdale

5,000,000 visitors and counting

Sun, Sep 21, 12:00pm–3:00pm

Take a Bite Out of Winter

Sat, Oct 18, 11:00am–2:00pm

News in Kerrisdale

The Fieldhouse at Elm Park

More than 30 local artists set to work out of Park Board field houses

Oct 02, 2012 – More than 30 local artists, including internationally renowned visual artist Germaine Koh and composer/double bassist Mark Haney, have been selected to participate in the Vancouver Park Board’s artist studio residency project in seven new locations.

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Arbutus Ridge-Kerrisdale-Shaughnessy Community Vision Plan

A Community Vision Plan is the result of a comprehensive, collaborative local planning process.

Read the Arbutus Ridge-Kerrisdale-Shaughnessy Community Vision Plan  1.85 M

Growing more local food for healthier communities

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Arts and culture activities are part of a thriving community

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Last modified: Tue, 14 Aug 2012 11:39:31