Our capital plan is a four-year financial plan for investments in our city's infrastructure and amenities.
Where capital funds are invested
- Maintaining and renewing existing infrastructure and amenities keep them in good shape
- Planning future infrastructure and amenities to serve our growing population and economy
A network of well-maintained infrastructure and amenities supports the delivery of City services and ensures Vancouver continues to be a vibrant place for those who live, work, and play here, now, and into the future.
Infrastructure includes: parks, sidewalks, sewer pipes, community facilities such as recreation centres and libraries, municipal facilities, public safety facilities and more.
What's happeningHave your say on our Draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan
From April 28 to May 22, review the draft plan and tell us about your priorities for investments in City infrastructure and amenities.
Your feedback will be compiled and publicly reported and inform Council’s final approval of the Capital Plan in July 2022.
Every four years, we conduct public engagement on the capital plan to get input from residents and businesses on their priorities for capital investments. Capital plans match the term of Council and allow for a vote on borrowing money at the same time as the civic election.
How capital projects and programs are funded
We use two views to help describe the way capital programs and projects are funded: the funding source and financing method.
We have just released the Draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan, which Council is scheduled to deliberate and vote on in July 2022. Review the draft plan PDF file (4 MB) in full or for an overview, check out the Executive Summary PDF file (4 MB).
The Draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan proposes $3.4 billion of capital investments, over the following service categories.