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Stanley park seawall

Archived - Feb 22Portion of Stanley Park Seawall closed for maintenance

A portion of the Stanley Park Seawall will be closed on weekdays till March 8 for annual rock scaling and maintenance work.

Archived - Feb 22Changes are coming to the laneway housing program

Changes are coming to the laneway housing program. Later this spring, staff will report to City Council with proposed amendments to the LWH regulations and guidelines and to expand the program to other single family zoned neighbourhoods.

street-to-minipark

Archived - Feb 12Grants from Greenest City Fund top $500,000 in first year

Helping families connect to nature near their home, making small Vancouver businesses more energy efficient, holding bike skills courses for low-income individuals, and creating a sustainable, community-supported fishery for Vancouver are just a few of the 150 projects supported in the first year of the Greenest City Fund.

Gardens in Stanley Park

Archived - Feb 07City and Vancouver Foundation announce winners of Greenest City Community Grants for 2012

The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Foundation today announced the 17 recipients of the 2012 Community Grants from the Greenest City Fund, who will receive a total of $391,500 in funding.

Rental-database

Archived - Feb 06City launches Rental Standards Database to assist renters

The City of Vancouver today launched a new online searchable database of rental buildings to assist renters to make more informed decisions about their housing.

Fitness classes at Vancouver Community Centres

Archived - Feb 05Vancouver Park Board approves direction for new community partnership agreement

On February 4, 2013, the Vancouver Park Board approved the framework for a new partnership agreement with city's 20 community centre associations to deliver recreation services and programs.

Family in park

Archived - Feb 05Vancouver City Hall will be closed on Family Day

Vancouver City Hall will be closed on Monday 11 February for Family Day. It will reopen on Tuesday 12 February at 8:30 a.m.

Vancouver downtown waterfront

Archived - Feb 04Statement from Mayor Robertson on TED Conference coming to Vancouver in 2014

The world-renowned TED Conference moving to Vancouver is great news for our tourism industry and validation of our work to make our city a world leader in sustainability and innovation.

Snowy street in Gastown

Archived - Jan 22Extreme Weather Alert cancelled January 22

The Extreme Weather Alert (EWA) for Vancouver is cancelled effective January 22, due to improved weather conditions.

City construction crew

Archived - Jan 17Improving City Infrastructure: Upgrading West 4th Avenue

City construction crews will begin work to upgrade the 100-year-old sewage pipes that lie underneath West 4th Avenue starting Monday 21 January. Once replaced, the pipes are expected to serve the neighbourhood for another 100 years. City crews will also be upgrading the aging roadway and sidewalk.

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