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Like any business or household, each year the municipality is challenged with increased costs. The cost of providing services must be balanced with a tax increase the community can afford at any one time. More Information

Developing a Community Wayfinding Plan

The District is working to prepare a Community Wayfinding Plan, with anticipated completion in spring 2020. Rather than developing a series of piecemeal wayfinding projects by different groups, we are building a comprehensive community wayfinding plan to address broader objectives and opportunities. More Information

Developing a Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy

The District is drafting a Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy. When complete, this document will describe the District’s plan for how businesses and residents can help reduce the impact of single-use items in West Vancouver. More Information

Proposal for Navvy Jack Nature Centre

Navvy Jack House is located at 1768 Argyle Avenue and was home to families for 143 years. The District owns this house and is considering a proposal to acknowledge this significant heritage asset by repurposing it as a nature centre. More Information

Youth Services Space Needs

West Vancouver Youth Services is developing a recommendation to Council regarding future space needs in West Vancouver. More Information

Parc Verdun improvements

We want to know what your priorities are for the park so that we can make informed decisions as we plan for park improvements. More Information

Revitalizing Horseshoe Bay Park

The District is working to revitalize Horseshoe Bay Park and create a gathering space for residents and visitors alike. The goal is to create a free-flowing connected park space from the Horseshoe Bay Pier all the way to the BC Ferries terminal. More Information

Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan

Council directed staff to commence the Horseshoe Bay Local Area Plan (LAP) process to create a new LAP for the area. More Information

West Vancouver Community Centre Great Lawn Safety Fence Design

Over the last few years, increased use of the Great Lawn has resulted in the need for a safety fence between this community space and the busy Marine Drive roadway. More Information

Neighbourhood Character

Council appointed West Vancouver residents to the Neighbourhood Character Working Group to propose regulations and policies that better respect neighbourhood character, protect heritage and mitigate the impacts of development. More Information

Phase 2: 2195 Gordon Avenue

Council is proposing to use the site (2195 Gordon Avenue) to create housing, increase rental supply and improve affordability while generating $20 million in revenue, and with no ongoing cost to the District. More Information


TransLink’s implementation of the North Shore B-Line to Park Royal is not expected to be completed until early 2020, after which Council will examine options to bring the B-Line into our town centre. More Information

Ambleside Waterfront Park Implementation Project

We're excited to share the next phase of what's to come on the waterfront in the Ambleside area. More Information