The City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Park Board want to hear from you. We use a variety of ways to listen to what you have to say about what is most important to you. Browse this page to find ways to get involved today.
As part of our Engaged City initiative, we invite you to be a part of Talk Vancouver, our online space for civic participation.
Help us build a better Vancouver by becoming a member of the City's online community of trusted, local advisors.
We will keep you connected to the latest City initiatives and invite you to participate in studies and discussions to hear your views and ideas.
Start your year off as a part of the engaged city. Learn more and provide input on some of Vancouver's biggest transportation and city building projects during our two-week transportation engagement blitz!
Northeast False Creek is the last big piece of undeveloped waterfront land in downtown Vancouver.
When complete, the Arbutus Greenway will enable you to walk or cycle continuously from Marpole in South Vancouver to False Creek.
Our top transportation priority is extending the Millennium Line along Broadway to connect jobs and innovation hubs.
The Vancouver Park Board is developing a park renewal plan for part of Clinton Park to refurbish the play area and other amenities near the field house.
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Find the details for all new rezoning applications, including information about upcoming community open houses.
Find dates, agendas, and reports for upcoming and past Vancouver City Council meetings.
Find dates, agendas, reports, and live video for upcoming Park Board meetings, and minutes and video from past meetings.
Do you have experience, knowledge, or skills that could help make Vancouver a great place to live, work, or visit? Your expertise can help the City respond to the needs of all our citizens.
Do you have a problem, concern, question, or comment? Tell us about it now using our online form.
Follow the City through various social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr.
Find out how your opportunities to shape City decisions, plans, and projects are designed and evaluated using our community engagement framework.
The Engaged City Task Force is examining how to increase neighbourhood engagement, and improve the ways the City connects with Vancouver residents. Learn how you can become involved.