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City revenues are currently projected to be $124 million short in 2020 due to impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Council received progress updates on two of our core environmental plans; the Greenest City Action Plan, and the Climate Emergency Response.
We’re asking Vancouverites to have their say through our new Measuring Ongoing Impacts of COVID-19 survey.
The Bloedel Conservatory will reopen on Monday, July 13 with new physical distancing and operational procedures to ensure everyone's safety.
Jul 03 — In the month since the Temporary Expedited Patio Program was launched, the City has issued over 180 temporary patio permits.
In the month since the Temporary Expedited Patio Program was launched, the City has issued over 180 temporary patio permits.
Clubhouses at golf courses reopen July 3 with reduced hours and offerings and 12 concession stands reopen in phases from July 7 until July 15.
Jun 26 — City has issued over 120 temporary patio permits, and launches online applications for private property
Our Temporary Expedited Patio Program expands online applications to include patios on private property.
We want to hear about COVID-19 experiences and recovery ideas from our diverse communities.
Day camps are set to begin operating this summer at 18 neighbourhood parks in Vancouver and VanDusen Botanical Garden.
Today, we're installing an additional four pop-up plazas to help residents safely return to community life as our businesses continue to reopen.
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