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Three City-run community centres have partially reopened after having to significantly reduce programs and services in response to COVID-19.
The draft guiding principles for the Jericho Lands are now available online for public review and input.
To help residents physically distance and to support businesses reopening, we continue to reshape how we use our streets and public spaces.
City revenues are currently projected to be $124 million short in 2020 due to impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Council met to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council, Public Hearing, and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meetings.
Council has approved several programs to improve safety on local streets and provide more transportation options for people in Vancouver.
Four proposed affordable housing projects will receive grants totalling more than $8 million dollars following approval by City Council.
Council received progress updates on two of our core environmental plans; the Greenest City Action Plan, and the Climate Emergency Response.
We’re asking Vancouverites to have their say through our new Measuring Ongoing Impacts of COVID-19 survey.
The Bloedel Conservatory will reopen on Monday, July 13 with new physical distancing and operational procedures to ensure everyone's safety.
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