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2017-2021 Budget Outlook

Archived - Dec 13Mayor and Council pass 2017 Vancouver Budget

The budget makes a record investment in affordable housing and adds funding to permit and license services, and to address the fentanyl overdose crisis.

Mini Vancouer City Hall made of Lego

Archived - Dec 12Join TalkVancouver and win a mini City Hall

Join TalkVancouver, our online space for civic participation and engagement, between December 12 to 23 and you could win a mini City Hall.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Dec 09City releases its findings on DCL Waiver issue

We approved the development cost levy (DCV) waiver for the Charleson Project in error and we have received re-payment. Learn about the recommendations from our investigation.

Holiday Heights

Archived - Dec 08Celebrate the holiday season at the top of Vancouver with Holiday Heights at Bloedel

Celebrate the holidays at Holiday Heights at Bloedel, which runs every evening 4 to 9 pm between December 9 and January 2 except December 2, 2016.

Concept illustration of plaza at 800 Robson Street looking west

Archived - Dec 07Flexible and adaptable public plaza planned for 800 Robson

Check out the design concept based what we heard from over 2,200 people in our fall 2016 consultation. Construction should start in 2017.

Creating real value for real people

Archived - Dec 07City and partners to host discussion on catalyzing social connections

Come out to CONNECT: Catalyzing a Social Movement, an action-oriented forum aimed at sharing tools, research and practice related to the impact our built and social environments have on social connection.

Archived - Dec 07Vancouver Park Board delivers proposed new Joint Operating Agreement to Community Centre Association partners

Learn how the Park Board is writing a fresh new chapter in its relationship with Community Centre Associations that brings new benefits for residents.

Snowy street in Gastown

Archived - Dec 06Snow mitigation work continues overnight

With temperatures dropping to below freezing last night, City crews continued to add salt to roads and sidewalks to mitigate icy conditions. Please take extra time to get to where you are going, be cautious, and clear your sidewalk.

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.

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