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Archived - Jan 16 — City continues 24/7 snow and ice removal efforts, warming shelters available for those sleeping outside
Overnight, crews continued focus on priority routes, including plowing in pairs to clear major roads of remaining snow.
Archived - Jan 14 — City keeps routes clear and provides warm spaces for people sleeping outside as part of continued cold weather response
The City is reminding residents of winter preparedness strategies and support services available for those experiencing homelessness.
Archived - Jan 09 — Residents sleeping outside urged to visit Powell Street Getaway or extreme weather response shelters
Powell Street Getaway continues to open as a warming centre to ensure people have an option to come inside from the cold.
Archived - Jan 09 — City gearing up for snow and colder temperatures
With snow and freezing temperatures in the forecast, the City of Vancouver is readying its snow operations and winter shelter response plans.
Archived - Jan 07 — Half of Empty Homes Tax declarations submitted
All owners of residential property in Vancouver are required to submit an Empty Homes Tax declaration for 2019 by February 4, 2020.
Archived - Jan 03 — Water main replacement work starts Monday on West Georgia
Starting Monday January 6, 2020, engineering crews will begin replacing a critical water main along W Georgia St. between Thurlow and Howe.
Archived - Jan 02 — Green infrastructure, protected bike lane coming to Richards Street
We are upgrading critical street infrastructure along Richards Street between Cordova and Pacific streets.
Archived - Dec 31 — How are you going to recycle your Christmas tree this year?
We make recycling your live, cut Christmas tree easy with three free options in the new year.
Archived - Dec 20 — Social enterprises bring $73.7m value to Downtown Eastside community
A report has revealed that social enterprises in the DTES are not only bringing in revenue, but also having a positive impact for residents.
Archived - Dec 19 — Increased warming centre capacity to support people sleeping in Oppenheimer Park
The City is ensuring people sleeping in Oppenheimer Park have the option to stay warm indoors by working with Lookout Housing and Health Society.
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