Northeast False Creek from the air

The future of Northeast False Creek

In 2015, City Council chose to move forward with a plan to replace the viaducts with a more resilient and connected street network. The decision is dependent on a new area plan for Northeast False Creek.

Replacing the viaducts is a self-funding solution with many public benefits including a larger Creekside Park and an improved transportation network that replaces vulnerable infrastructure.

Northeast False Creek Emerging Directions (7.09 MB)

Read about our progress and our public consultation to date. The emerging directions will continue evolve through the planning process.

Streetscape design

The Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts will be replaced with a new street network built at ground-level.

Park design

The Creekside Park extension will be a destination for everyone and existing parks in Northeast False Creek will be renewed.

In-depth

Read in-depth information on Northeast False Creek.

NEFC engagement summary report (15.21 MB)

Read a summary of feedback gathered during phase one of the planning process (September 2016 to January 2017).

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Participate in events, online surveys, and provide feedback to help us create an area plan for Northeast False Creek.

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nefc@vancouver.ca

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