The Cambie Corridor Plan is a framework to guide change and growth over the next 30 years along the Canada Line.
The plan builds on the distinct character and context of the corridor’s neighbourhoods to create complete communities with places for current and future residents to live, work, shop, play, and feel part of a community.
The plan policies allows significant change in the corridor over the coming decades and will, together with growth on major project sites, more than double the population and add over 30,000 new homes. This makes the Cambie Corridor the biggest growth area outside of Downtown.
Alberta Street Blue Green System and Columbia Park Renewal
We are undertaking the Alberta Street Blue Green System and Columbia Park Renewal Project to provide critical servicing for the neighbourhood.
An online engagement opportunity is open until October 21.
Marine Landing Review
We’ve completed an area analysis for Marine Landing to support a growing population and employment hub. The guidelines will inform future rezoning enquiries and applications. It is anticipated that the draft guidelines and feedback will be presented for Council consideration in winter 2021.
King Edward Complete Street improvements
As part of the Cambie Corridor Plan, we’re improving safety and access for all road users along Cambie St and other major roadways, such as King Edward Ave between Heather and Ontario streets. Learn more
Cambie Street improvements
Cambie Street has been upgrading its road conditions to improve the experience for everyone walking, biking, and rolling and completing required upgrades to street lighting ensuring our electrical infrastructure is in place for future use.
The council-adopted versions of the Cambie Corridor Plan and associated Public Realm Plan can be downloaded below.