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The Vancouver Park Board has closed Trout Lake to skating and other ice activities at noon today due to warming temperatures and anticipated rain.
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.
We would like to thank all residents for your continued patience and understanding during the recent weather-related collection delays.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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