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Mobi by Shaw Go bike

Archived - Dec 06Vancouver bike share picks up speed with Shaw sponsorship

The partnership helps ensure the bike share is successful long-term and stays a popular choice for residents and visitors to get around Vancouver.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Dec 06City Hall upper surface parking lot re-opens

The parking lot re-opened at 4:00pm Tuesday. We removed glass from the East Wing deconstruction faster than planned.

Person on street

Archived - Dec 05Extreme weather alert

An extreme weather alert (EWA) is being issued for December 4 to 8 due to overnight temperatures at or below 0°C. Get a list of extra shelter spaces during the EWA.

Landlord BC

Archived - Dec 05Vancouver joins with LandlordBC to assist property owners affected by Empty Homes Tax

Access the top resource for owners and managers of rental housing, save on joining the Landlord Registry, and register for a Landlord 101 webinar.

Snow removal on Vancouver streets

Archived - Dec 02City readies for snow this weekend

We're prepared to clear major roads, bus routes, bridges, and bikeways. Please clear snow and ice from your sidewalk by 10:00am after a snowfall.

2006 World Junior Championships hockey game

Archived - Dec 01Vancouver to co-host 2019 World Juniors

The world's most elite hockey players under age 20 will play the World Junior Championship in Vancouver and Victoria December 26, 2018 to January 5, 2019.

Festival of Lights

Archived - Dec 01Vancouver Park Board delivers holiday magic … and a carousel ride … during Festival of Lights

The 32nd annual VanDusen Festival of Lights, Vancouver’s premier and longest running holiday event, runs nightly to January 2 (closed December 25).

sketch of Creekside Park

Archived - Nov 30Park Board selects internationally renowned landscape architect for new Northeast False Creek waterfront park

James Corner Field Operations will design the Creekside Park Extension to connect existing and emerging neighbourhoods with each other and the water.

Abandoning mattresses and furniture in alleys is illegal. Photo ©gscameraworks.

Archived - Nov 23Enhanced street cleaning services aim to reduce illegal dumping and create a cleaner Vancouver

Council will vote on the 2017 Budget which includes investments in public realm cleanliness. These investments will be partially funded by a new Street Cleaning Utility fee.

Vacant apartment with blue walls and no furniture

Archived - Nov 17 Vancouver approves Empty Homes Tax in effort to increase rental housing supply

Council has approved a program that will introduce a 1% tax on empty homes. Most Vancouver homeowners, including snowbirds, will not have to pay the Tax. Find out more.

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