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Yukon and 17th park

Archived - Oct 12Park Board officially opens city’s newest park and asks residents to help name it

Vancouver Park Board opens park with a unique bike repair station at Yukon Street and 17th Avenue in the Riley Park neighbourhood.Help us name this park!

Flooding streets can cause problems for drivers

Archived - Oct 12Heavy rains, high winds forecast for Vancouver and region

Heavy rainfall and high winds will start late Wednesday. Clear leaves and debris near catch basins and sewer drains to reduce the risk of flooding.

Awards of excellence

Archived - Oct 11Nominations open for City of Vancouver Awards of Excellence

Nominate a top individual and organization to be recognized for their outstanding civic achievements in the 2017 Awards of Excellence.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Oct 04City reiterates fundamental concerns in written submission to TMP Ministerial Panel

Today staff provided an update to Council on our recent involvement in the TransMountain Pipeline (TMP) expansion application and the federal government review process.

2016 City of Vancouver Book Award winner Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun: Unceded Territory by artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun and editors Karen Duffek and Tania Willard

Archived - Oct 03"Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun: Unceded Territories" wins 2016 ...

Artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun and editors Karen Duffek and Tania Willard were presented with the prize on Monday evening at the 2016 Mayor’s Arts Awards.

Pickleball courts in Queen Elizabeth Park

Archived - Sep 29Vancouver Park Board opens first outdoor pickleball court

Vancouver Park Board opens first outdoor pickleball court in Queen Elizabeth Park, with John Hendry Park to follow.

Artist's rendering of the temporary modular homes by Horizon North

Archived - Sep 28City moves forward with first temporary modular housing project

The Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency (VAHA) has chosen Horizon North to build Vancouver's first temporary modular housing project at 1500 Main St, bringing affordable housing options to local residents.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

Archived - Sep 28City proposes to license short-term rentals

City staff are proposing a new business licence that will allow short-term rentals in principal residences, whether owned or rented. Find out more.

Mayday tree

Archived - Sep 28Mayday, mayday: Trees seek good home for permanent relationship

The Vancouver Park Board is selling 17 varieties of flowering, shade and conifer trees, for only $10! Buy a tree now.

A warmer climate with more frequent extreme events and rainfall in Vancouver will have implications for how much we heat, cool and protect our homes.

Archived - Sep 23Clarification of our position on natural gas

We are not banning the use of natural gas, despite claims to the contrary in a misinformed opinion piece in The Province newspaper. Learn more.

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