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Starting today, the City of Vancouver will provide regular updates online to keep people informed on speaker wait times at Council meetings.
The Pacific great blue herons have returned to their current nest site in Stanley Park for the 14th consecutive year. They began arriving in the past week to the trees that tower above the Park Board's Administrative Offices and the tennis courts.
To help reduce wait times and give more efficient and consistent service, we are changing the way we work with inspections clients. Learn about the upcoming changes.
Spring break is around the corner! We offer education and entertainment at many Park Board facilities including the Stanley Park Miniature Train, VanDusen Botanical Garden, Bloedel Conservatory, golf courses, and community centres.
Today, the City stood together with our partners to highlight the progress made over the past year in pedestrian safety.
The City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation will mark International Women’s Day with events to celebrate and acknowledge the 2014 Remarkable Women honourees.
The 81-year-old Burrard Bridge is undergoing safety and structural repairs. Starting March 3, 2014, vehicle lanes will be reduced from four to three, with one lane southbound and two lanes northbound.
The 'Dude Chilling Park' sign is being permanently installed in Guelph Park and will be unveiled on Thursday, February 27 at 11:00am.
The City has extended the Building Bylaw implementation date to July 1, 2014.
City crews are out today treating major bus routes and roads near hospitals and some schools with salt and sand, as snowfall continues through the day with a snow warning for this evening. Crews will continue to be active throughout the night as snowfall continues.