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Hot dry summer requires residents to be waterwise

Archived - Jun 22Hot, dry summer requires you to be waterwise

Lawn watering restrictions are now in effect. Restrictions are in affect annually to conserve water throughout the dry summer months when rainfall is at its lowest and demand for water almost doubles.

Keep our water clean campaign

Archived - Jun 19Vancouver Park Board launches clean-water campaign with free pump-out service

We launched a clean-water campaign to respond to high e-coli levels in False Creek. The campaign includes free pump-out services for all pleasure craft at our marinas. As well, it reminds boaters, dog owners, and beach-goers to keep Vancouver’s water clean for the health, safety, and enjoyment of everyone.

People on patio

Archived - Jun 18Extended patio hours help kick-off an early summer in Vancouver

It's patio season! Restaurants with strong neighbourhood track records can apply to have patios open to 1:00am until October. Find out how to apply for extended patio hours.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Jun 11City recommends ban of edibles from medical marijuana retail stores

City staff and Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Patricia Daly have recommended to Council that all edible products, with the exception of oils, be banned from medical marijuana retail stores. We're currently conducting a public hearing to consider bylaw amendments that would affect the regulation of retail marijuana-related businesses.

Public bike share in Montreal

Archived - Jun 11City to seek new partnerships for Public Bike Share System

We will be initiating a new procurement process to seek bids from proponents to provide, implement, and operate a Public Bike Share Program (PBS).

McCleery Golf Course

Archived - Jun 11Vancouver golf course holding 8-inch cup event so everyone can putt like a pro

The Vancouver Park Board is holding an 8-inch cup event at McCleery Golf Course this Saturday, June 13 from dawn to dusk.

Young soccer fans

Archived - Jun 04Women's World Cup expected to bring $36.7 million to Vancouver

We anticipate an estimated $36.7 million impact on the local economy as a consequence of hosting nine matches – including the Final Match – of the month-long FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 tournament, June 6 to July 5.

Water bag for tree

Archived - Jun 03Vancouver Park Board quenching trees’ thirst with new water bags

Learn about the slow-release water bags we're testing to keep young City trees hydrated and find out how you can help care for them.

Bus, cars, cyclists, and pedestrians on Burrard Street Bridge

Archived - Jun 01City seeks input on improvements to Burrard Bridge and the Burrard-Pacific intersection

Beginning today, residents and business owners are invited to review and provide feedback on proposed upgrades and modifications to the north end of the Burrard Street Bridge.

VanConnect app displayed on phone

Archived - May 28VanConnect is your on-the-go connection to City Hall

You now have a quicker and easier way to connect with City Hall and access online services from anywhere, at any time, thanks to our newest mobile app: VanConnect. Find out more.

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