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Over the next six weeks, you will have the chance to share innovative and creative ideas to help achieve health targets over the next decade, through a series of idea labs, online and social media forums, and special partner events.
Celebrate Earth Day with activities in several parks across the city on April 22, 26, and 27. Activities include a park cleanup, invasive-plant removal, tree planting, geocaching, habitat restoration, an educational walk, and family entertainment.
This weekend, the Burrard Bridge and Burrard Street will be closed from 1st Avenue to Pacific Boulevard from 3:00am to 12noon. Cornwall Avenue between Burrard and Cypress will be closed all day Friday and Saturday.
The City’s searchable database of rental buildings has improved the condition of rental housing available in Vancouver, helping renters make more informed decisions about their housing.
Council has endorsed a comprehensive long-term Urban Forest Strategy, which will provide the necessary tools to protect existing trees, plant trees more strategically, and manage a healthy, resilient urban forest for future generations.
Rabbits and chicks require as much care as dogs or cats. We encourage you not to buy live pets without considering the long term commitment.
It’s spring cleanup time in Vancouver. Participate in the City's Keep Vancouver Spectacular Neighbourhood Block Cleanup, an event that encourages you to help clean litter from public spaces such as streets, lanes, and parks.
We will be cleaning water mains between April 7 and May 30. During this period, your water may be temporarily discoloured or cloudy. Safety of drinking water will not be affected.
We continue to monitor all systems, and in the unlikely event an issue or vulnerability is uncovered, it will be addressed immediately.
The Park Board is launching the first ever City Bird competition! Find out more, then vote for your favourite bird, either online or in person.
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