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With more snow forecast for tonight and through the weekend, public safety is our top priority. How we are preparing for the snowfall and how you can help.
UPDATE: Our crews are working hard to ensure that they can deliver some additional mixture of salt and sand at 10 fire halls this afternoon.
We are launching a thermal imaging pilot program. Learn more about how thermal imaging can help you identify cost-effective home improvements by visiting one of the information drop-in sessions.
With two years left to meet our goal, we have hit almost 75% of our four-year target to create 1,000 new childcare spaces in Vancouver.
Today we are announcing plans for a year-long civic celebration in 2017, to be known as Canada 150+. Find out more.
In 2016, we took many actions to address housing affordability and to boost rental housing supply in Vancouver.
The current weather forecast is for snow to begin late Sunday night/early Monday morning before turning into rain by mid-afternoon on Monday. City crews will be working throughout the night with salters and plows to prepare, with the potential to add more staff and equipment if needed.
View new options to dispose of your household garbage and recycling while our crews try to safely provide collection services during the winter weather.
The program provides $205,000 per year to support community projects that help us achieve our Greenest City Action Plan targets. Apply by February 6, 2017.
The shelter spaces at Serena's, Salvation Army Harbour Light, and Catholic Charities will stay open until the end of January, longer if the cold persists.
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