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Snow on City Hall

Dec 19City plans for snowfall over winter holidays

With snow in the forecast over the winter holidays, the City is initiating its snow plan and reminding residents of what they can do to stay safe.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Dec 18City appoints new General Manager of Arts, Culture, and Community Services

Sandra Singh, current Chief Librarian at Vancouver Public Library, will take on the role of General Manager in Arts, Culture, and Community Services in April next year.

City Council chambers

Dec 15City of Vancouver launches consultation to improve the experience of speaking at council

City of Vancouver is reviewing the process for speaking at council to make it more efficient and simpler for everyone.

Hands typing on laptop keyboard in highrise. Highrise condos in the background.

Dec 14City urges homeowners to make their Empty Homes Tax declaration

Declarations can be made online, in person at City Hall, and over the phone by calling 3-1-1.

Pictured in photo, left to right: Gordon Grant, Richard Baker, Morgan Guerin, Charlene Aleck, Mayor Gregor Robertson, Deborah Baker, Michelle George

Dec 13Council approves funding to extend legacy and spirit of Canada 150+ program

City Council approved $350,000 in funding from the City of Vancouver Innovation Fund for collaboration with First Nations and urban Indigenous communities in support of arts and culture programs.

Balmoral Hotel sideview of building

Dec 12Over 426 orders issued against Sahota family for Regent and Balmoral hotels

The City is continuing efforts to step-up enforcement in Single Room Occupancy hotels, with actions taken against the Regent and Balmoral hotels.

About Vancouver

Dec 12Mayor and Council approve 2018 Budget

For 2018, we're investing in affordable housing, homelessness support, opioid crisis response, childcare, police officers, utilities, and transportation.

Rendering of 650 West 57th Ave

Dec 05BC Housing and City granted injunction to stop delays on temporary modular housing development in Marpole

The Supreme Court of BC granted an injunction which will help prevent further delays to the construction of temporary modular housing at 7430 and 7460 Heather Street (650 West 57th Avenue).

Modular housing

Dec 01BC Housing and City seek injunction to stop modular housing delays in Marpole.

BC Housing and City seek injunction to stop modular housing delays in Marpole.

West end of vancouver with snow capped mountains

Dec 014410 Kaslo Street planned as next site for temporary modular housing

Along with the Province, we have taken the latest step towards creating 600 new homes for Vancouver's homeless residents with the planned addition of temporary modular housing at 4410 Kaslo Street.

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