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Neighbourhood planning

How we plan liveable, sustainable neighbourhoods

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Neighbourhood planning projects

Community plans are important road maps that provide clear but flexible frameworks to guide positive change and development in neighbourhoods

Active neighbourhood plans

People gathered at Victory Square to watch a music concert, with heritage buildings along Hastings Street in the background

Downtown Eastside Plan

The Downtown Eastside Plan provides a vision, policies, and strategies for the Downtown Eastside that focus on ways to improve the lives of low-income DTES residents and community members.

Grandview plan

Grandview-Woodland community plan

The Grandview-Woodland Community Plan sets out a thoughtfully-managed framework for future change and anticipated population growth of about 10,000 people over the next three decades.

Marpole street scene

Marpole Community Plan

Marpole is one of the city's oldest communities, and the one visitors see first when entering from the south. Because demand for new development is growing in Marpole, City staff completed an official plan to ensure that future growth meets the needs of the community.

Mount Pleasant at Kingsway and Main St

Mount Pleasant Community Plan

For the first time in 20 years, a new community plan has come to Mount Pleasant. Learn more about the plan and how you can get involved in shaping the neighbourhood.

Norquay Park

Norquay Village neighbourhood centre plan

The Norquay Village Neighbourhood Centre Plan is being implemented to create improvements to Kingsway, new residential zones, a public benefits strategy and a public realm plan. Learn more about the changes coming to Norquay.

West End community plan

West End Community Plan

We created the West End Community Plan to ensure that future growth in the West End meets the needs of the community. Learn more about the plan.