COVID-19 (Coronavirus) update: provisions for cultural tenants of City-owned spaces
April 3, 2020: Current facility contracts remain in place, and rent and common area costs remain payable for all tenants in City spaces. If you have any questions about your lease, please contact the property negotiator assigned to your contract and copy email@example.com to ensure we are also aware of any issues or concerns. We encourage you to seek assistance through the Government of Canada’s Economic Response Plan External website, opens in new tab and emergency financing through Business Development Bank of Canada External website, opens in new tab.
We'll be reaching out directly to arts and culture tenants in City-owned spaces over the next week. In the meantime, please send any concerns, questions, or key space contact updates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you need to know
Our cultural spaces enable arts and cultural activities and practices that reflect our unique identities and diverse histories.
We work in partnership with the community to secure, enhance, and develop affordable and accessible spaces where artists and cultural workers can live, work, and share their work.
Making Space for Arts and Culture PDF file (30 MB) lays out our long term vision to optimize City policies and tools to secure, enhance, and develop vibrant, affordable, and accessible arts and cultural spaces.
Read the news release Vancouver amplifies support for arts and culture through new 10-year plan
Contact Cultural Services
Woodward's Heritage Building
501 - 111 West Hastings St
Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4
453 West 12th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5Y 1V4