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Rows of mixed housing types for families

Archived - Jul 20Third party analysis shows 5,000+ short-term rentals in Vancouver

We're studying how short-term rentals affect the availability of rental housing. Take our survey about the pros and cons of short-term rentals.

The flag at City Hall is at half mast today.

Archived - Jul 15Marking the tragic events in Nice, France

The Canada flag on top of City Hall will fly at half-mast from now until sunset on July 18.

Arbutus Greenway illustration

Archived - Jul 15 Arbutus Corridor rail removal completing ahead of schedule

The removal of train rails and ties from the Arbutus Corridor was substantially completed this week, ahead of schedule. This paves the way for us to proceed, starting next week, with installation of a temporary asphalt pathway.

Deschner Lane House, the EnerGuide 2014 top laneway house

Archived - Jul 14Vancouver takes next step to advance Renewable City Strategy

This plan will eliminate emissions from new buildings by 2030 through energy efficiency and renewable energy, and is the next step to advance the Renewable City Strategy.

Cars parked on street

Archived - Jul 14Clarification of West End parking recommendations

Consultation, including open houses, will continue through the summer and a report will be presented to Council in the fall. We will consider your feedback before implementing any changes.

sketch of Creekside Park

Archived - Jul 12Vancouver residents will help Park Board shape design of iconic waterfront park

Park space in Northeast False Creek will be transformed with input from residents. Find out how.

Couple at dusk on False Creek Habitat Island in Vancouver

Archived - Jul 12Milestone year for our Greenest City Action Plan

We released our fifth Greenest City Action Plan Implementation Update. It highlights significant accomplishments made in 2015/2016, such as further increases in trips made by walking and biking, and decreases in community and building greenhouse gases.

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Archived - Jul 11VanDusen Visitor Centre most sustainable building in Vancouver

VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre achieves Living Building Challenge Petal Certification—and becomes the most sustainable building in Vancouver.

Kitsilano Pool will host Swim to Survive day on July 22

Archived - Jul 08Free Swim to Survive day comes to Vancouver

The Vancouver Park Board is partnering with the Life Saving Socity to provide free drowning prevention lessons for up to 600 youth on July 22. Register now.

Family laughing with mom and two children

Archived - Jul 07Housing Mix Policy to increase options for Vancouver families

To increase housing options for Vancouver families, a report to Council next week will recommend new housing mix policies to increase the supply of family homes in new strata and rental buildings.

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