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City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Jan 10City Hall upper surface parking to be closed intermittently through January and February

This closure is necessary to ensure the safety of citizens and City of Vancouver staff. It affects the covered bicycle parking, Modo car share parking, and visitor parking. The north entrance stairwell and pathway remain open to pedestrians.

Archived - Jan 09Ground breaking for new Killarney Seniors Centre in southeast Vancouver

Today we ​celebrated the start of construction of the new $7,500,000 Killarney Seniors Centre. This facility will provide southeast Vancouver’s growing senior population with much needed programs and support services.

Thin ice warning sign

Archived - Jan 09Trout Lake update: closed to skating until further notice

Trout Lake will remain closed to public skating today and tomorrow with a possibility of re-opening later in the week. The Park Board will provide public updates on Trout Lake on social media beginning Wednesday.

City of Vancouver salt bay

Archived - Jan 05City prepared for snow, stocked with salt

With more snow forecast for tonight and through the weekend, public safety is our top priority. How we are preparing for the snowfall and how you can help.

snow removal equipment

Archived - Jan 05City crews continue work to remove remaining snow and ice

UPDATE: Our crews are working hard to ensure that they can deliver some additional mixture of salt and sand at 10 fire halls this afternoon.

Thermal image of Science World

Archived - Jan 05 City launches thermal imaging pilot program

We are launching a thermal imaging pilot program. Learn more about how thermal imaging can help you identify cost-effective home improvements by visiting one of the information drop-in sessions.

Children at a playground

Archived - Jan 04City set to exceed goal for new childcare spaces in Vancouver

With two years left to meet our goal, we have hit almost 75% of our four-year target to create 1,000 new childcare spaces in Vancouver.

aboriginal-community

Archived - Dec 31Moving forward together

Today we are announcing plans for a year-long civic celebration in 2017, to be known as Canada 150+. Find out more.

Find out about Christmas tree chipping

Archived - Dec 30 Keep it green this holiday season and recycle your Christmas tree

Vancouver residents have three green options this month for recycling their live, cut Christmas trees. Prepare trees for recycling by removing all tinsel and decorations.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

Archived - Dec 28City takes significant steps in providing affordable housing in 2016

In 2016, we took many actions to address housing affordability and to boost rental housing supply in Vancouver.

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