Vancouver is growing and with growth, comes change.

To make sure our community is safe, livable and has good jobs now and in the future, we must make smart decisions.

 

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With public input, City and community leaders have identified projects and programs intended to keep our city thriving over the next decade. The proposed plan is called A Stronger Vancouver.

SAFE

  • Make our operations and fire station buildings earthquake safe

  • Increase safety in our parks by upgrading outdated playgrounds and increasing accessibility

  • Create safer roads for everyone – pedestrians, cyclists and drivers

 

LIVABLE

  • Invest in areas of the city that have been underfunded in the past

  • Develop attractive public spaces for residents

  • Enhance neighborhoods by improving parks with new picnic tables, benches, paths and signage

GOOD JOBS

  • Attract businesses by improving and building new public infrastructure

  • Make our downtown and other commercial areas vibrant and attractive to employers and employees

  • Create the opportunity for thousands of new high-quality jobs in improved business areas

 

City Council is continuing their deliberations on the recommendations in the Stronger Vancouver package. Read the Community Feedback & Engagement report presented to City Council >

UPDATE: A Stronger Vancouver initiative was placed on hold in 2020 due to the
COVID-19 pandemic. The City Manager's Recommended 2021-22 Budget includes revisiting the initiative in 2021. It is anticipated that City Council will begin discussions about a path forward in early 2021.
 

PROPOSED CAPITAL PROJECTS 

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Thanks for your feedback.

 

A full report of community engagement and feedback was presented to

City Council on Oct. 7, 2019.  Read the report here>

A Stronger Vancouver initiative was placed on hold in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City Manager's Recommended 2021-22 Budget includes revisiting the initiative in 2021. It is anticipated that City Council will begin discussions about a path forward in early 2021.

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