Sen̓áḵw Development 
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Sen̓áḵw development 

The City of Vancouver is a City of Reconciliation that supports and respects Squamish Nation's rights to develop the Sen̓áḵw lands.

Sen̓áḵw is a development project on 10.5-acres of Squamish Nation land located on Kits Point adjacent to Vanier Park. It is taking place on lands under the governance of the Squamish Nation. 

City land use policies and regulations are not applicable to these lands, and we are not directly involved in any part of the planning or design of the development. 

What's happeningKits Point transportation information session February 16

Thank you to everyone who attended our online information session to learn more about the transportation changes in Kits Point. If you would like to view a recording of the session, one will be made available on our Shape Your City page by February 21. 

We have signed a services agreement with the Squamish Nation where we will deliver a range of municipal services to the Sen̓áḵw neighbourhood such as fire, police, utilities, public works, and library services. The Squamish Nation will pay for these services at the same rates as property owners in Vancouver.

As part of the agreement, Greer Avenue, Cypress and Chestnut streets, and Cornwall Avenue in Kits Point are identified for transportation upgrades (walking, cycling, and intersection improvements).

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Follow-up questions and answers session on March 2, 7pm to 8pm

Join our staff online to answer additional questions related to transportation changes in Kits Point.

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