The Park Board is proactively planning for the future of Vancouver's parks and recreation.
The Vancouver Park Board plans the delivery of parks, open space, recreation, and sports facilities looking ahead 10 to 15 years or beyond.
We make strategic decisions regarding programs and services, recreation facilities, and parks infrastructure.
Our goal is to improve quality of life for residents and visitors, creating a community where we can be proud to live, work, and play.
The Park Board is responsible for the City’s parks and recreation services and facilities in cooperation with community partners.
Dive into the future of aquatics in Vancouver!
VanPlay sets out priorities and provides a policy framework supporting pursuit of equity, connectivity, and access to parks and recreation.
We are working with the Vancouver School Board to provide accessible, diverse, and high quality amenities.
Why Reconciliation matters to the Vancouver Park Board and the actions we're taking.
We're beginning a planning process to create a comprehensive long-term vision and plan for the West End’s waterfront parks and facilities.
A major waterfront park and open spaces to enjoy daily life, welcome big gatherings and events, and reflect our city’s rich heritage.
The Park Board strategy to improve non-motorized boating opportunities throughout the city.
We're committed to safe environments for the Trans, Gender Diverse, and Two-Spirit (TGD2S) community.
We have a vibrant arts and culture scene from public to performance art, and more.
Find out how we encourage local and sustainable food for our facilities in our procurement practices.
Our strategy for creating safe, engaging park spaces for people with and without dogs.
Strategies guiding us in enhancing and taking care of essential natural places across the city.
We are serving up a fresh strategy to improve and diversify food and beverage options at our concessions.
Suggest names for our unnamed parks that the Vancouver Park Board recently built or acquired.
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