Around the world the Covid-19 pandemic is showing no signs of slowing down and hundreds are dying each day, we cannot let the same thing happen in Vancouver.
Now that Covid-19 is circulating within our community, we need everyone to be committed to reducing the spread – for your family, friends, colleagues, and health care workers on the front lines.
Everyone needs to Stay Home, Stay Put so we can flatten the curve.Continue reading “COVID-19: Stay Home, Stay Put”
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City of Vancouver Information Bulletin:
The City is actively seeking to hear from diverse voices and ensure all communities across Vancouver are represented through an initial city-wide planning survey. The survey is designed to capture a picture of the current challenges and hopes of those who live, work and play in Vancouver; as well as those who want to do so.Continue reading “News: City seeking diverse voices to respond to Vancouver Plan survey”
City of Vancouver News Release
City invites all to share in Planning Vancouver Together
Multi-year engagement process will determine a roadmap for the Vancouver Plan
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From the housing crisis to the climate emergency, this is a crucial time for Vancouver and we need to come together to decide how we move forward as a city.Mayor Kennedy Stewart
On October 22, 2019, Vancouver City Council endorsed a set of guiding principles for planning the area of Broadway between Clark Drive and Vine Street. These nine principles set the direction for the creation of the Broadway Plan which will incorporate core community values into future planning in the area.
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The nine Broadway Plan Guiding Principles reflect what staff heard from the community after the first six months of consultation.Gil Kelley, General Manager of Planning, Urban Design, and Sustainability