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Masks are no longer required in District facilities with the exception of unvaccinated children aged five through 11 who have recently travelled internationally.
The first heat wave of summer is expected from Friday, June 24 through Tuesday, June 28. Daytime temperatures are forecast to reach up to 30 degrees celsius.
Everyone is invited to a traditional Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) blessing ceremony on Thursday, June 23 to honour artist Sinámkin (Jody Broomfield).
Schedule a free FireSmart home assessment to receive recommendations from a local FireSmart representative on how to help reduce the risk of wildfire on your property.
Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day! To honour and recognize this day, beautiful new streetlight banners have been installed around the community.
Commemorate this year’s National Indigenous Peoples Day on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, from 3:30 to 8 p.m. at Ambleside Park
Water was shut off earlier today for emergency valve replacement work.
The District of West Vancouver and Enhance West Van invite the community to celebrate the unveiling of Small World, a new public art project by North Shore artist Brent Comber.
The dock will be installed and ready for use by the end of June.
Those interested in running as a candidate are invited to attend a candidate information session.
Here is a quick snapshot of what happened at the June 13, 2022 Council Meeting.
Over 40 students registered to participate, and 20 videos were entered in the contest. The videos were very creative!
BC Hydro is in the process of replacing existing light bulbs with energy-efficient LEDs to comply with federal regulations. All BC Hydro Street lights across the North Shore will switch to LED by the end of summer 2022.
Contractors will remove a large hazardous tree on Stevens Drive in order to address urgent public safety concerns. A portion of the Stevens Drive will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
We want to know which of the two location options you prefer.
Now is an important time to remember to be community-minded while enjoying our parks. This helps to keep you and others around you safe.
The District of West Vancouver invites you to be part of Arts Planning. This is a time to explore what participating in West Vancouver arts and culture looks like.
Here is a quick snapshot of what happened at the May 30, 2022 Council Meeting.
North Shore Emergency Management is offering free one-hour presentations on emergency preparedness for groups of 20 or more.
The District is seeking the expertise and insight of local community members and stakeholders who would like to serve on an advisory roundtable.
Donna Powers, Director of Community Relations & Communications
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