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As crews conclude assembly of a new water-main, the intersection at Haro St and Gilford St is closed. This work will take 2-3 weeks. Local access via Denman St and Chilco St will be retained. Please use an alternate route. #VanTraffic Learn more: ow.ly/F6CV50BDLpA
Hey Vancouver, let's continue to do our part in the battle against COVID-19! Keep two metres away from one another and follow physical distancing markers and guides when out in public. ow.ly/XqmE50AWYRh
⚠️Remember two things as you enjoy this playlist whilst basking in a glorious sunny fall Vancouver day: 👉 spf is a must �#COVID1919 is still here ow.ly/dEvd50BDKpf22C
We've launched the Cultural Impact Critical Assistance program to support the continuity, adaptation, and restart planning of arts & culture organizations impacted by #COVID19. Apply Now: ow.ly/9ROI50BDIPY
Missed the first info session on the Renter Services grants? Join our Renter Office team on Wednesday to learn more about the grants, ask questions, and address any COVID-19-related concerns. Register today: ow.ly/SL3i50Byghw
Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry provides an update to the media on COVID-19 in BC. #COVIDBC twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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Water restrictions are in effect May 1 – Oct 15. If you water outside of allowed times, you may be fined $250. Visit our website for details: ow.ly/Vy8850AiY2j
Time is running out to pay those property taxes! Taxes are due this Wednesday and this is also the deadline to apply for your homeowner grant (if eligible). More details: ow.ly/bZk250BrKMD
COVID-19 Need to Know: ✅Keep a 2m physical distance from others ✅Wash your hands ✅Don't gather in large groups Find the latest info: ow.ly/57pW50ANV2J
The rain may have stopped but it won’t be long before our streets and storm drains will be covered in fallen leaves. You can help us prevent flooding by adopting a catch basin and keeping it clear throughout the fall and winter. Adopt today at ow.ly/1Wt850BC9uW
Today, the Canadian flag at City Hall will be flown at half-mast to mark Police and Peace Officers’ National Memorial Day.
Stay off the tracks! Railway tracks aren't for jogging or walking on. Unless the tracks have been removed, our railway operations are still active. More than 2,100 North Americans are killed or injured in railway crossings annually. #RailSafetyWeek LookListenLive.ca
How are you enjoying our open alcohol plazas pilot? We want to know how it’s working. Fill out the survey to let us know. Your feedback will help us for public spaces in the future. ow.ly/1RiM50B9498
Water restrictions are in effect May 1 – Oct 15. If you water outside of allowed times, you may be fined $250. Visit our website for details: ow.ly/xAL750AiXYx
From the #COVID19 pandemic to a precarious housing market, renters can benefit from support to understand and pursue their rights and stabilize their housing. If you’re a renter-serving organization who is doing this, apply for our Renter Services Grants: ow.ly/EyJm50Bt3Uu
Fri-yay? Here are some tunes for another weekend in the time of #COVID19 😷🧼#cityofvancouvervow.ly/Itgz50BByjkIg4F
The Canadian flag on the top of Vancouver City Hall will be flown at half-mast from now until sunset on September 27 to honour the memory of the late Right Honourable John Napier Wyndham Turner, former Prime Minister of Canada, who passed away.
The appalling behaviour of some commenters last night further reiterates the need for our anti-racism work. This reinforces our commitment to opposing and eliminating racism in our city. /6
We will not tolerate hate, discrimination or the upholding of racist beliefs. Anyone who expresses these views on City of Vancouver social media channels will be reported and blocked, as per our social media community guidelines. /5
We made the decision to turn off the comment feature, only to see that hatred spread to our other social media channels. We recognize that many people have now seen comments that were deeply harmful or triggering and we apologize for this. /4
While we were closely monitoring these comments, it quickly became clear that some members of the public were taking the opportunity for dialogue and turning it into a platform to further their racist and hateful views. This was despicable. /3
In an effort to provide a platform for thoughtful comments and questions to the panel, we had enabled comments on the YouTube live stream. /2
#CityofVancouver statement on the anti-Black racism town hall. We are both appalled & deeply disappointed by the racist, hateful comments posted to YouTube & Instagram during our virtual town hall with the Black & African diaspora communities on Thursday, September 24, 2020. /1
Hi @P49Living Thanks for taking our survey. The seawall through Stanley Park reopens to cyclists Sept. 26. ow.ly/MC7630rbOe2
How are you enjoying our open alcohol plazas pilot? We want to know how it’s working. Fill out the survey to let us know. Your feedback will help us for public spaces in the future. ow.ly/1RiM50B9498
Have you used the temporary path on Beach Avenue? We want to know what you think. Fill out the survey to let us know. Your feedback will help us refine a modified design and inform future decisions. ow.ly/6VUn50BBos8
Our 2020 Cycling Map update is ready just in time for @WeAreHub #Bike2Work week 2020! Check it out here: ow.ly/hyO450BzltB Also, while you’re at it, make sure to register for Bike to Work Week! #GoByBike #GoByBikeBC #StrongerTogether #WalkBikeRoll
Do you have an operating permit for your building’s cooling tower? Whether it is new or existing, make sure to apply for your cooling tower operating permit online. It’s free and only take a few minutes. ow.ly/QQhq50B9eEH
Join us online for the town hall on anti-black racism where we’ll respond to community requests and answer questions from Black and African diasporic community members ➡️ ow.ly/KaKH50BAJaa
Flights posted with #COVID19 exposures: ow.ly/CoTC50BAJ5A Sep 16: WestJet 133, Calgary to Vancouver Sep 16: WestJet 3111, Calgary to Kamloops Sep 17: WestJet 706, Vancouver to Toronto Sep 19: Air Canada 128, Vancouver to Toronto Sep 20: Delta 3702, Seattle to Vancouver
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#COVID19 update: 148 cases reported for a total of 8,543. There are 1,371 active cases and 61 people in hospital. There is one new outbreak at Banfield Pavilion. The outbreak at OPAL by Element assisted-living facility is now over. ow.ly/ZUD150BAJan
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Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry provides an update to the media on COVID-19 in BC. #COVIDBC twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
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Thanks to all residents and businesses who took part and had a say on future City spending priorities in our 2021 Budget survey. Wondering what happens next? Find out: ow.ly/RlwB50BxfmF #VanBudget2021
#COVID19 is out there. Do we sound like a broken record? Here's a playlist. #2020 ow.ly/Ge8Y50BArFH
Join us tonight at 6pm for the anti-Black racism town hall where we’ll discuss our upcoming actions and answer questions from Black and African diasporic community members. Submit your questions: ow.ly/8Vjz50BuTfv
Our Renter Office team is hosting joint info sessions on Friday and Sept 30 with Social Policy for organizations to learn about grant programs and what makes a successful project. Register for one of the sessions: ow.ly/5mM550By7DW #RSgrants
The first heavy rains of the season have arrived! Our crews are out making sure streets are free from flooding or pooling water. You can do your part by clearing leaves and debris from catch basins on your street. Consider adopting a catch basin near you! ow.ly/h42l50Bzit1
Need help understanding your property tax notice? Help is here! (And remember, the deadline to pay is September 30): ow.ly/Yi0650BrKia
The first heavy rains of the season have arrived! Our crews are out making sure streets are free from flooding or pooling water. You can do your part by clearing leaves and debris from catch basins on your street. Consider adopting a catch basin near you! ow.ly/h42l50Bzit1
We want you to go to work and school safely, but how about some music instead of a beach party, perhaps? 👍ow.ly/465O50ByuWn5G
Tonight, City Hall will light up in red to support #LightUpLive. We join municipalities, venues, and communities across Canada to mark a “day of visibility” for the struggling arts and live events industries. ow.ly/BahV50ByoyM
How are you enjoying our open alcohol plazas pilot? We want to know how it’s working. Fill out the survey to let us know. Your feedback will help us for public spaces in the future. ow.ly/1RiM50B9498
Heavy rain is forecast for the next few days. Help prevent flooding in your neighbourood and clear leaves and debris from the catch basin on your street. Our crews will be out to clear catch basins in areas we know are most prone to flooding. ow.ly/Sak250ByuUe
We're hosting a series of online community conversations about sea level rise and future coastal flooding in the False Creek area to find out what matters most to you. Tomorrow's webinar has a great list of speakers. Join us. twitter.com/greenestcity/s…
Water restrictions are in effect May 1 – Oct 15. If you water outside of allowed times, you may be fined $250. Visit our website for details: ow.ly/Dgv550AiXV0
Hey Vancouver, let's continue to do our part in the battle against COVID-19! Keep two metres away from one another and follow physical distancing markers and guides when out in public. ow.ly/XqmE50AWYRh
We recognize that for too long we’ve overlooked community requests to tackle anti-Black racism and our inaction is evident. We are committing to responding to the recommendations we’ve received at our town-hall on Sept 24. Read our summary: ow.ly/GZtm50BuVE4
There’s still time to take the #jericholands survey! Tell us what you think of the draft guiding principles, which will provide direction for the future redevelopment of the site. What did we get right or what needs changing? Survey open until Sept. 25 at: ow.ly/Wk6R50BqFlD
Vancouver City Council has approved adjustments to the remainder of the 2019-2022 capital plan. The plan will see some large, multi-year projects scaled back or postponed to help ease the funding pressures created by the COVID-19 pandemic. ow.ly/XaMO50Bx9j9
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