The Vancouver Park Board is restoring the historical stream in Volunteer and Tatlow parks.
This project is a unique opportunity to recreate a former stream and restore the English Bay shoreline.
By connecting the existing stream in Tatlow Park to English Bay, this project will:
- Create an ecologically diverse stream corridor in Tatlow and Volunteer parks
- Improve access to the shoreline through new paths
- Restore and enhance riparian and shoreline habitat for birds and other wildlife
- Improve rainwater management
This project is consistent with the Park Board's Biodiversity Strategy and is identified as a potential new water focus project in the City's Integrated Rainwater Management Plan.
Tatlow and Volunteer Parks are on the traditional territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
The Park Board and Nations are currently working together on plans for the creek restoration.
Final open house
In 2018, we shared the proposed concept plan for the creek restoration.
We also shared information about:
- Where water for the stream will come from
- Challenges and goals related to stream restoration
- Next steps for the project
Here are our planned steps to restore the historical stream.>
Concept design development
Public open house
Educational open house
Proposed concept presented at final open house
Concept developmentWe are here
To be determined
We held a second open house in the park to update on the progress to date and the next steps for the project.
We asked for your feedback on the preliminary design concepts for the Tatlow and Volunteer Park Stream Restoration.
We held our first open house and gathered feedback on initial concepts for the project on March 8.
Contact the project team