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Downtown Vancouver with cyclists

Archived - Sep 19City's Green Goals will create savings for residents, businesses

The City of Vancouver’s plan to phase out fossil fuels as part of the Greenest City Action Plan will save Vancouver households and businesses money in energy costs.

A large group of people in the Walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver.

Archived - Sep 15Mayor Robertson invites all communities to Walk for Reconciliation

Join Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and thousands of people of all backgrounds in the Walk for Reconciliation on Sunday, September 24. Meet at 9:30am at the intersection of West Georgia and Cambie Streets.

Adanac Bikeway

Archived - Sep 132017 summer sees record cycling volumes on five major bike routes across Vancouver

This July and August, Vancouver saw record cycling volumes on five of the city’s 10 fully protected bike routes.

Sketch of proposed, improved seawall near Granville Island with equal space for pedestrians and cyclists, with a flowering tree boulevard between.

Archived - Sep 06Comfort and safety improvements resume on South False Creek Seawall

Construction has resumed for the South False Creek Seawall Improvements between Burrard Bridge and Cambie Bridge. Sections will be closed after October 10, 2017. Improvements will continue until early 2018.

Checking blood pressure

Archived - Aug 31International Overdose Awareness Day marked across City of Vancouver

International Overdose Awareness Day, held on August 31, brings important public awareness to the ongoing overdose crisis Vancouver is facing.

traffic advisory alert message

Archived - Aug 25High traffic impacts ahead for downtown streets before summer's end

Traffic advisory of two of pieces of road work taking place over the Labour Day Weekend: the Burrard Bridge corridor, and filming sites throughout downtown Vancouver.

Boater driving his motorboat across False Creek

Archived - Aug 15Boaters encouraged to pump, not dump

The City of Vancouver and the Park Board have launched a free mobile pump-out service in False Creek to increase access to sewage disposal facilities and help improve water quality.

Mural on side of building: three people jumping on a sidewalk with the writing - we take care of each other

Archived - Aug 11Celebrate public art, music, food, and family activities at Vancouver Mural Festival

Continuing its commitment to maintaining and enhancing Vancouver's arts and culture scene, the City of Vancouver is supporting Vancouver Mural Festival, now in its second year.

Block party table with food and water

Archived - Aug 11City streets in high use for fun, community, and creativity this August

Summer event and filming are in full swing at the City with more than 81 events and 70 productions planning to use portions of Vancouver’s streets in August. Residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in the festivities and to plan ahead when travelling around the City.

 Mobi-Mat allows those with mobility challenges to enjoy the ocean

Archived - Aug 09Beaches for all: Park Board launches beach mat pilot project at English Bay

Mobi-Mat allows those with mobility challenges to enjoy the ocean.

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