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Broadway Plan

This is the start of a comprehensive planning and engagement process for the area of Broadway between Clark Drive and Vine Street.

Our goal is to support growth while maximizing the opportunities associated with the new rapid transit connection to the region.

In March 2019, we launched a two-year process to create a comprehensive Broadway area plan. Through the process, there will be ongoing opportunities to share your thoughts.

The 30-year plan will focus on opportunities to integrate new housing, jobs, and amenities around the new Broadway Subway.

The plan will address the need for:

  • Increased job space
  • Deepening housing affordability
  • Minimizing displacement of existing tenants
  • New or improved connections
  • Improved parks and public spaces
  • New and renewed public amenities

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Provide your feedback

Over the past four months, we've heard from thousands of people who helped us identify key ideas, interests, and opportunities that are important to the community. This input was used to identify community values to help shape draft guiding principles for the Broadway Plan. It is now time for us to share with you what we've heard.

Provide your feedback on the Draft Broadway Plan Guiding Principles. The survey will be online until Sunday, July 28.

Phase 1 information boards (14 MB)

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Join us at an open house

Join us at our upcoming events to learn more about the community values and guiding principles. We'll be available to answer questions and take your feedback.

Saturday, July 13, noon to 4pm
CityLab, 511 W Broadway (at Cambie St)
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Monday, July 15, 3pm to 7pm
Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, 2305 W 7th Ave (at Vine St)
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Wednesday, July 17, 3pm to 7pm
Kingsgate Mall, 370 E Broadway (at Kingsway)
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Pop-up Event: Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) Lemonade Stand

Provide your input and get information on the Broadway planning process while enjoying a free lemonade under our yellow Broadway Plan tent.

Tuesday, July 16, 11am to 2pm
Green space at Willow St and W 10th Ave
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Project timeline

Here is our process and anticipated milestones.

  • June 2018

    City Council approves Terms of Reference for Broadway Planning Program

  • June -
    late 2018

    Form planning team, do background research, create an engagement strategy, and prepare the planning program

  • Early 2019

    We are here:
    Launch the planning program and create guiding principles

    • Public engagement opportunities
  • Mid-2019

    Create the plan's emerging directions: form growth scenarios and patterns for change

    • Public engagement opportunities
  • Early 2020

    Refine the plan directions: form a preferred scenario and create a draft Broadway Plan

    • Public engagement opportunities
  • Mid-2020

    Finish the refined plan

  • Late 2020

    Present the plan to City Council to consider

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