Ontario Greenway

The Ontario Greenway features raised crosswalks, traffic circles, speed humps, and landscaped corner bulges to calm traffic.

Schools along the route have participated in the development of the greenway by helping to plan demonstration gardens.

The street gardens at Ontario Street and 27th Avenue East have been planted with native species to compliment the outdoor classroom at General Wolfe Elementary School.

The children’s artwork of butterflies and bugs has been etched into rocks that form part of the design.

Where is the Ontario Greenway?

The Ontario Greenway follows the popular Ontario Bikeway linking False Creek to 59th Avenue, connecting parks, schools and community centers along the way.

Destinations and areas of interest 

Major parks and golf courses

  • Hillcrest Park
  • Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Langara Golf Course

Community Centres 

  • Mount Pleasant Community Centre
  • Riley Park Community Centre


  • General Wolfe Elementary
  • Van Horne Elementary
  • Sexsmith Elementary
  • Langara Community College

Related links

Cycling routes and maps

Download a map of the Vancouver cycling network, plan your route, and learn about bike parking. We’re improving and expanding our cycling network to include greenways and protected bike lanes.

Downtown Eastside Plan

Creating a vision and plan for the Downtown Eastside that focusing on ways to improve the lives of low-income DTES residents and community members. Learn more about the plan, and find out how to get involved.

Contact us

To learn more about greenways, contact the Engineering Services Greenways Program Coordinator

320-507 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC
V5Z 0B4

Phone: 604-873-7526

Fax: 604-871-6193

Email: greenways@vancouver.ca