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West End Parking Strategy

Archived - Feb 09West End Parking Strategy makes way for smoother trips to popular neighbourhood

Council approved the West End Parking Strategy to make it easier for residents and their visitors to find a parking near home.

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Archived - Feb 07City’s credit rating outlook upgraded by international agency

The City's credit rating has been upgraded to AAA (stable outlook) from AA+ (positive outlook) by international agency Standard and Poor’s Rating Service.

Snow on a garbage bin

Archived - Feb 06Green Bin collection temporarily suspended

Green Bins won't be collected this week so City crews can clear snow and collect garbage. Collection will restart on Tuesday, February 14. Learn more.

City of Vancouver salt bay

Archived - Feb 02City prepares for possible early February snowfall

We are preparing for another possible snowfall, anticipated at this time to begin as early as Friday morning. Find out how we are preparing for the possible snowfall.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Feb 02City launches first centre to help small business owners

Find out information on how we are launching a small business Commercial Renovation Centre which will provide much-needed assistance to enterpreneurs.

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Archived - Feb 01Statement by City Manager Sadhu Johnston on changes to the implementation of affordable housing in Vancouver

City Manager Sadhu Johnston leads the Housing Leadership Table to prioritize major housing projects. Chief Housing Officer Mukhtar Latif leaves the City.

A woman stands at the shore of Kitsilano Beach while her dog plays in the water.

Archived - Jan 31People, Parks, and Dogs: Park Board seeks feedback on time restrictions, boundaries, and stewardship in off-leash dog areas

Participate in our consultation on draft recommendations for the People, Parks, and Dogs strategy: creating safe, engaging park spaces for people and dogs.

People walking, cycling, and using mobility scooters on the South False Creek Seawall

Archived - Jan 27Seawall improvements under way in advance of summer season

Next week, we will begins construction to upgrade the seawall in South False Creek to enhance the safety and comfort of all users. The first section of seawall improvements will take place between Old Bridge Walk and Alder Bay Walk.

Micro-cleaning crew cleaning an alley

Archived - Jan 25Local non-profits receive grant funding for street cleaning programs

Council has approved funding for six local non-profit organizations as part of the City’s Street Cleaning Grant Program.

Two women dancing

Archived - Jan 25Arts and culture investment increases 53% since 2012

More than 98 local cultural organizations will benefit from our investment of more than $2.6 million.

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