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Apartment building on residential street

Nov 22More help coming for Vancouver renters in new Housing Vancouver strategy

The rezoning of the Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency site at 2221 Main St was approved by Vancouver City Council Tuesday evening.

Mother and daughter engaging with City staff using Lego

Nov 222018 City budget focused on priority investments to address key issues

The 2018 City budget is focused on priority investments to address key issues. Proposed operating and capital budget will maintain and improve core services.

Two women riding Mobi bikes on residential street

Nov 16City to expand successful public bike share program

The City has partnered with Mobi by Shaw Go and Translink to expand the bike share program service area to Commercial Drive.

Rena Soutar

Nov 16Vancouver Park Board hires first reconciliation planner

The Vancouver Park Board approves reconciliation planner position to advance ambitious reconciliation agenda.

Aerial view of the False Creek Flats

Nov 15City seeks Community Panel to guide decision making on new arterial through False Creek Flats

The City will initiate a Community Panel in 2018 to explore options for a future False Creek Flats Arterial Overpass.

Mother and daughter engaging with City staff using Lego

Nov 15City provides 2018 provincial budget submission

The City has submitted its 2018 budget priorities to the Provincial Government as part of province-wide consultations.

Prepare leaves for City of Vancouver collection programs

Nov 14Fall street leaf cleaning to begin this week

With the majority of our tree canopy now bare, City crews will begin to sweep and clear leaves from streets starting November 14.

Apartments in downtown Vancouver

Nov 14Council approves new short-term rental regulations

City Council has approved new regulations for short-term rentals, legalizing rentals of less than 30 days in principal residences in Vancouver.

Aerial view of Cambie Bridge

Nov 14Five transportation-related projects you should provide feedback on this fall

We want to hear from you on projects that will help alleviate congestion, make streets safer, create better places for people, and address the changing needs of our streets.

Snow and ice on the street

Nov 09City and Park Board use past winter to improve snow response and prepare for future

Based on the lessons learned over the 2016/2017 winter, the City and Vancouver Park Board have adopted recommendations for improvements to enhance service to residents when snow falls.

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