COVID-19 in Vancouver

Wearing a mask is required if you need to visit City, Park Board, and library facilities, even if you are already vaccinated.

Continue to stay home if you’re sick, avoid large gatherings, and keep 2 m apart from others.

Stay strong, support local businesses, and keep following public health orders to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 services and information

Moving Vancouver Forward

We're supporting and accelerating economic and community recovery through new programs and initiatives.

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What's new

"Rain-friendly" pop-up plazas survey

Provide feedback on our new “rain friendly” pop-up plazas, located under the Cambie and Burrard bridges, that will keep you dry while enjoying some fresh air.

Survey closes May 7.



Emergency Preparedness Week

With recent earthquakes in the region, it's the ideal time to ensure that you and your loved ones know how to prepare for an emergency. 

Get tips on how to prepare for an earthquake. 


Water restrictions: May 1 - October 15

When you can water:

  • Even-numbered addresses: Wed and Sat, 4am–9am ONLY
  • Odd-numbered addresses: Thurs and Sun, 4am–9am ONLY

If you water outside of allowed times, you could be fined $250.

School Street pilot April 12 - May 7

A School Street is a car-free block beside a school open to walking, biking, and rolling during pick-up/drop-off. 

Pilot participating schools: Hastings, Lord Roberts, and Van Horne.

Share ideas: Complete Neighbourhoods

Get involved and share your ideas and expertise on how to make Vancouver’s neighbourhoods more complete, connected, and culturally vibrant for everyone.