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Vote on October 15, in advance, or by mail.
By choosing the candidates who represent your values, you can influence the community that you want West Vancouver to be.
Many District facilities will be closed, but the West Vancouver Memorial Library will be open to share events and resources to support reflection, education, and awareness.
Volunteering gives you the opportunity to contribute to your community and helps enhance your personal and professional network. The committee/board volunteer application deadline is October 31.
Here is a quick snapshot of what happened at the September 28, 2022 special Council meeting.
Fortis BC is conducting aerial inspections of natural gas transmission lines between now and November 1.
The following properties will be included in the Sale unless delinquent taxes, plus interest, are paid before that time. List subject to change.
National Day of Mourning is Monday, September 19. Plan your visits and check the schedule for National Day of Mourning hours.
Here is a quick snapshot of what happened at the September 16, 2022 special Council meeting.
The West Vancouver Community Cleanup is an initiative that encourages residents, businesses, schools, and community groups to get involved, get outside, and help clean up West Vancouver.
The District honours the service and life of Queen Elizabeth II and recognizes the importance of this official day of mourning.
While the job action is over, West Vancouver Transit is still experiencing some delays and cancellations of bus service.
The Aquatic Centre, including all pools and amenities, is closed for maintenance and improvements, and will re-open on Tuesday, September 20.
Help confirm and build a vision for a replacement arts and culture facility in West Vancouver.
View the list of candidates running for election in October.
Did you know that any voter can apply to vote by mail in the upcoming general local election on October 15, 2022?
With the passing of Queen Elizabeth II today, the District is lowering its flags at municipal facilities as a sign of respect, and to honour the life of the late monarch.
The District of West Vancouver is pleased to share that there will be no further strike action from the ATU and no disruption of Blue Bus service.
The District of West Vancouver remains committed to reaching a fair agreement with the ATU, and a solution that best serves our travelling public and Blue Bus employees.
Students are going back to school on Tuesday, September 6. Be prepared for traffic to increase all around our community as a result.
Donna Powers, Director of Community Relations & Communications
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