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Potholes Vancouver repair

Archived - Jan 20City responds to new pothole reports as weather warms

With warmer weather returning, an increased number of City crews are out working on road repairs to keep our roads safe and remove hazards caused by potholes. Report potholes via VanConnect or Twitter.

Arbutus Greenway illustration

Archived - Jan 18City to launch consultation on the future Arbutus Greenway

The Arbutus Greenway is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reimagine a former railway corridor, and we want your help developing the vision. Take the survey, visit an open house, or our pop-up kiosk.

Cars driving in water

Archived - Jan 16Heavy rain, milder temperatures expected

In preparation for heavy rainfall and milder temperatures this week, please help clear leaves and debris near catch basins and sewer drains in your neighbourhood to reduce the risk of flooding.

Thin ice warning sign

Archived - Jan 16Vancouver Park Board closes Trout Lake to skating today at noon

The Vancouver Park Board has closed Trout Lake to skating and other ice activities at noon today due to warming temperatures and anticipated rain.

West End Community Centre in Vancouver

Archived - Jan 13Vancouver Park Board reopens West End community warming centre

A decision was made to reopen the facility after a request from Community Services and in consultation with the West End Community Centre Association. The warming centre will open at 10:00pm this evening.

City garbage collection crew

Archived - Jan 13City crews catch up on garbage collection

We would like to thank all residents for your continued patience and understanding during the recent weather-related collection delays.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Jan 10City Hall upper surface parking to be closed intermittently through January and February

This closure is necessary to ensure the safety of citizens and City of Vancouver staff. It affects the covered bicycle parking, Modo car share parking, and visitor parking. The north entrance stairwell and pathway remain open to pedestrians.

Archived - Jan 09Ground breaking for new Killarney Seniors Centre in southeast Vancouver

Today we ​celebrated the start of construction of the new $7,500,000 Killarney Seniors Centre. This facility will provide southeast Vancouver’s growing senior population with much needed programs and support services.

Thin ice warning sign

Archived - Jan 09Trout Lake update: closed to skating until further notice

Trout Lake will remain closed to public skating today and tomorrow with a possibility of re-opening later in the week. The Park Board will provide public updates on Trout Lake on social media beginning Wednesday.

City of Vancouver salt bay

Archived - Jan 05City prepared for snow, stocked with salt

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.

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