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Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson

Mayor Robertson is active in our community, and is always interested in hearing about City issues and concerns that matter to residents.

While he may not be able to respond to every note personally, he will certainly be told about the issues that you raise.

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Maybe you have a great idea about how to make Vancouver a better place to live.

The forums on the right list some of the conversations we're having right now. Please add your voice to those topics.

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We'll make sure that the Mayor's Office hears what people are saying through the website. If your concern is urgent, please consider telephoning 3-1-1.

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Contact the Mayor

Address
Gregor Robertson, Mayor
3rd Floor, City Hall
453 West 12th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5Y 1V4

Phone: 604-873-7621

gregor.robertson
@vancouver.ca

Comment on these topics online

10th Avenue Corridor Project

We're proposing to upgrade the 10th Avenue Corridor between Victoria Drive and Trafalgar Street to be more safe, convenient, and comfortable for everyone to walk and cycle.

Downtown bike network

We are planning to upgrade and expand the the downtown bike network in summer 2016. Find out what routes will be affected.

Liquor policy review

Take our survey to help inform our review of our liquor regulations so that enjoying beer, wine and spirits is well balanced with safety and community fit.

New Brighton Park Shoreline Restoration Public Consultation

The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority and the Vancouver Park Board invite you to participate in public consultation.

Smithe and Richards Park

The Park Board is developing a new park at Smithe and Richards streets for community recreation, culture, and tranquility downtown. We expect to finish the park in late 2016. Find out how you can help shape the new park's design.

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