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A view of Cambie Bridge and downtown on a snowy day

Archived - Dec 20City's snow removal crews are keeping roads clear

Crews are out in full force removing snow from major routes, bus stops, and crosswalks. Garbage and recycling collection services are temporarily on hold. If you are a senior or person with mobility issues, and need help clearing your sidewalk, phone 3-1-1.

Cars parked on street

Archived - Dec 16Broadway Station parking permits expire January 31

Remember to renew your annual residential parking permit. Renew your permit online, over the phone, or in person at City Hall, starting January 1.

Cars parked on street

Archived - Dec 16Joyce Station parking permits expire January 31

Remember to renew your annual residential parking permit. Renew your permit online, over the phone, or in person at City Hall, starting January 1.

Vancouver Park Board lifeguards

Archived - Dec 13Take your lifesaving training to the next level!

The Vancouver Park Board’s 78th annual Lifeguard School, which provides lifeguard certification and recertification, begins January 7, 2014.

Vancouver Park Board office at Stanley Park

Archived - Dec 13Statement from Park Board Chair on BC Supreme Court legal proceedings

Today in the ongoing legal proceedings between the Park Board and the six Community Centre Associations (CCAs) at Killarney, Kensington, Kerrisdale, Hastings, Sunset and Hillcrest, the BC Supreme Court has reserved judgement on the injunction application.

Creekside Community Recreation Centre

Archived - Dec 12Golf, swim, skate, or jump on a cardio machine during the holidays

All community centres, fitness centres, pools, rinks and golf courses will be open in Vancouver throughout the holiday season, including many on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

City waste collection services

Archived - Dec 10Garbage, recycling, and Green Bin pick-up delayed by snow and icy road conditions

Some garbage, recycling, and Green Bin pick-up were missed on Monday, December 9 and Tuesday, December 10 due to icy road conditions in some areas of the city.

Chinatown gates

Archived - Dec 10City boards up Ming Sun Building to protect public

Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services (VFRS) was called out to the Ming Sun Building after receiving a report that water was coming out of the building. The water valve was immediately shut off at the building to stop the flow of water.

Snow-covered trees at City Hall

Archived - Dec 10City crews out in force treating roads for snow and ice

City crews and 20 trucks salted and sanded bus routes, hills, and priority hospital and school routes to prepare for freezing drizzle, light snow, and rain in the forecast.

Chinatown

Archived - Dec 10City addresses public safety issue of Ming Sun Building

The City engaged a demolition company and a structural engineer to oversee and undertake the removal of the bricks on the west wall and chimney of the Ming Sun Building in an effort to make the external structure safe.

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