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Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant

Mount Pleasant is a vibrant and eclectic area known for its unusual stores, heritage buildings, artistic residents, and arts-focused festivals. The area is popular with first-time homebuyers, urban professionals, and families. Mount Pleasant runs from False Creek southeast and up the slope toward the busy Mount Pleasant shopping district, where Broadway, Kingsway, and Main Street meet.

Mount Pleasant and two nearby communities have community plans underway:

 

Initiatives in Mount Pleasant

street-to-minipark

Turning streets into mini-parks

This pilot project will explore the possibility of converting small portions of lightly used road into accessible mini-parks, as a cost-effective way of bringing green space to where it is needed most, and improving the quality of life for you and your neighbours.

Landscaping and artwork at the new park at 18th and Main

18th and Main Park

Find out what's happening with the development of a public park in front of 3333 Main St, at the northwest corner of the Main St and 18th Ave in Vancouver.

Events in Mount Pleasant

Grunt 30th Kick Off Party 

Thu, Aug 28, 6:30pm–8:30pm

Autumn Shift Festival

Sun, Sep 14, 12:00pm–6:00pm

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News in Mount Pleasant

Local youth talent

Celebrate Youth Week at Creekside and Roundhouse community centres

Apr 30, 2014 – Take part in the exciting Youth Week activities on May 3, including dragon boating, 3-on-3 basketball, a Race Around the World competition, skateboarding demos, and live performances.

Cars parked on street

Cambie Village parking permits expire February 28

Jan 28, 2014 – Remember to renew your annual residential parking permit. Renew your permit online, over the phone, or in person at City Hall, starting February 1.

Container mural at RayCam Community Centre

Vancouver gets four new colourful community murals

Oct 15, 2013 – This fall, the City's Integrated Graffiti Management Program worked with local artists and community groups to create four new murals in Vancouver that beautify and enrich the city while reducing graffiti vandalism. Find out the mural locations, artists, themes, and sponsors.

The City of Vancouver is a proud sponsor of these community organizations and events:

The City of Vancouver also provides support and funding to these community resources:

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Arts and culture activities are part of a thriving community

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Last modified: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 09:05:29