Participate in events, online surveys, and provide feedback as we develop design options for the Arbutus Greenway.
The Arbutus Greenway will be a destination for people from all over Vancouver, and we want your help.
Throughout the planning process, we will keep you informed, listen to public aspirations and concerns, and provide feedback on how public input influenced design options.
Planning the greenway
Projects like this take time, especially with complex engineering requirements and to ensure we have a meaningful public process that brings together all the best ideas from the community.
As part of the planning and design process, the project team had 7,000 touchpoints with members of the public at over 50 events, including a multi-day “charrette” or design workshop, numerous stakeholder workshops, open houses, and online surveys.
Here’s where we've come from.
We built a temporary path for everyone to enjoy while we plan and design the future greenway.
We developed several design options for the future greenway. We consulted with residents during the Design Jam.
Council approved the removal of the lands between West 1st Ave and West 5th Ave from the Arbutus Corridor Official Development Plan.
The amendment does not change the existing zoning of the Option Lands. Any potential rezoning would be considered in a future public process.
False Creek Official Development Plan amendment
Public consultation on the proposed amendment to the False Creek Official Development Plan. The amendment is the final step in the planning process related to the “Option Lands” in the Arbutus Greenway corridor. The Option Lands were identified as not being needed for future greenway purposes.
We are here
Zone 3 detailed design engagement
Proposed design for character zone 3 share and public invited to provide feedback before the design is finalized. Character zone 3 is a 600-metre section stretching from 16th Ave to West King Edward Ave, called “The Ridge.”
The detail design for zone 3 will be presented to Council for review.
Zone 3 construction timeline