Disaster support hubs

Families, neighbours, and community organizations will need to work together to support each other while emergency service personnel are responding to high-priority incidents.

A major earthquake in Vancouver will impact everyone in our community. 

Disaster support hubs are designated locations where you can initially gather to coordinate your efforts and offer assistance to other members of your community.

They are also the post-disaster locations where City staff and trained volunteers will prioritize getting information and providing services to the public.

There are 25 disaster support hubs located throughout the city. 

Print a map of the hubs (152.19 KB)

Download and print a map of hub locations for your emergency kit.

How to use disaster support hubs

Find disaster support hubs in your area

Select a blue pin for more information about a hub.

View on a larger map

Yellow Disaster Support Hub sign

Use the map to find the disaster support hub closest to you before an emergency happens.

Hubs are located throughout Vancouver and are identified by yellow signs at:

  • 23 community centres  
  • Oppenheimer Park  ( This location continues to serve as a disaster hub. However, it is currently undergoing remediation and immediate access following an earthquake may be delayed until staff arrive to unlock the gate.)
  • Fraserview Branch – Vancouver Public Library 

Print a map of locations for your emergency kit (110 KB)