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1335 Howe Street

Archived - Sep 03Update on the reoccupation of supportive housing at 1335 Howe Street (former Quality Inn)

Residents return home today after building repairs from flooding. A temporary generator will supply power until damaged electrical transformers are fixed. To ease the transition home, tenants will receive support from the food bank and Vancouver Coastal Health.

The Windstorm of 2006 devastated Stanley Park

Archived - Aug 30Post-storm clean up update

City and Park officials will be available to provide an update on the damage that was inflicted as well as on how the clean-up efforts are progressing.

Street-flooding

Archived - Aug 30Stormy weather: Vancouver clean-up in high gear

City of Vancouver and Park Board crews are working around the clock to respond to more than 1000 weather related calls of debris, damage and flooding after the worst storm in almost a decade blew through the region.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Aug 28City of Vancouver receives 176 applications for medical marijuana-related businesses

Learn what happens next for applicants of medical marijuana-related businesses and compassion clubs.

Parklet

Archived - Aug 25Kick-back and relax at one of six Vancouver parklets

Our Parklet Pilot Program turns two! Celebrate our unique and dynamic spaces where sidewalks and seating extend over parking spaces. View a map and slideshow of parklet locations.

Apartments in downtown Vancouver

Archived - Aug 24Building permit values break records for first half of year

Construction and development dollars being invested in Vancouver have increased nearly 20% over record levels for the same period last year.

W.J. VanDusen at August 30, 1975 opening of VanDusen Botanical Garden

Archived - Aug 13Celebrate VanDusen Botanical Garden’s 40th anniversary

On Sunday, August 16, enjoy historical and horticultural displays, talks and tours, live music and a magic show, an heirloom veggie harvest and gin tasting, the climbing wall and putting green, and more, for only $2.00.

Railroad crossing

Archived - Aug 12City applies to Canadian Transportation Agency for orders to respect the Arbutus Corridor

We asked the CTA to order CPR to discontinue the railway and make an offer for its 2004 value. CPR's plan is to store rail cars on the line has safety risks and we asked CPR to better protect public safety and minimize disruption.

Election signs are allowed on private property behind the sidewalk

Archived - Aug 10Placement of election and political signage on City property

Election signs and political signs are allowed on private property and on City poster cylinders. Signs placed on City streets will be impounded.

Road barricades around a construction site

Archived - Aug 05Keeping traffic flowing during busy street-use season

We're halfway through the peak season for roadwork and special events. Find out how we manage traffic congestion and how to stay informed on traffic.

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