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We’ve just begun work to design and build a brand new web site and we’d like your input. This survey will take 5-10 mins to complete. START HERE.

Capilano Road night closure

Tuesday, September 23 11 pm - 4am

Capilano Road will be closed (Mt. Crown Road to Edgemont Blvd) Tuesday, September 23 (11 pm - 4 am). Traffic will be detoured from Capilano Road onto Mount Crown Road, Leweister Road, Lorraine Avenue and Edgemont Boulevard. Please allow extra time when travelling in these areas. For safety's sake, please follow all signs and flag person directions. Thank you for your patience as we complete this important work.

Traffic Disruptions

Keith Road Extension Fern St, Mountain Hwy & Hwy

Traffic disruptions are expected as we enter the final phase of construction of the Keith Road Extension. Temporary traffic changes are planned in the area of Fern Street, Mountain Highway and the Highway 1 interchange. Expect Periodic delays and detours in this area from mid-September through November. Please plan an alternate route if possible. View a map of the affected area here.

Open House - Seylynn and Bridgman Parks Revitalization

Wednesday, October 1 (6 - 8pm)

Join us on October 1 to review the revitalization plans for Seylynn and Bridgman parks (6 - 8pm at the North Vancouver District Operations Centre - 1370 Crown Street).Your feedback will allow us to finalize the plan. Visit our project web page for more information. Can't make the Open House? All workshop material and comment forms will be available online after October 1.

Keith Road Bridge Replacement Project

One of many transportation improvements in the bridge district area

Once completed, the new Keith Road Bridge and road extension will enable a more efficient commute and improve east-west connectivity throughout the District by separating local commuters from those heading towards Ironworkers Memorial Bridge. Find out more here.   

Donovan Pond Fish Ladder Replacement Project

September 2014

In order to preserve the natural environment and fish habitat, the District will be replacing the fish ladder at Donovan Pond in Hunter Park with with new step pools. Find details on this project here.

Removal of Kay Burrows Totem Pole

In September, crews will be removing the Kay Burrows Totem Pole from Kay Burrows Park at Lynn Valley Road and 29th Street. A structural assessment of this much loved community art piece has uncovered extensive decay and for safety’s sake it must be taken down. Find more details on the Kay Burrows Totem Pole here.

New Community Recreation Centre - Update

Site excavation is well underway.

Site excavation for the new Community Recreation Centre is well underway. In addition to excavators and other pieces of equipment, you’ll also notice tall drill rigs on site. These drill rigs will bore out soil along the perimeter of the excavation site and replace it with concrete. This concrete perimeter will allow for the safe removal of approximately 52,000 tons of soil and fill. Visit our project web page to learn more about this exciting project.

Philip Avenue Overpass Project

Improving safety, reducing congestion, noise and idling

Philip Avenue Overpass construction is now underway, with excavation work starting in the McKeen Avenue area next week. Check out project details here.

Vote 2014

Are you registered to vote?

Local Government elections will be held on Saturday, November 15. This is your opportunity to elect one Mayor, six Councillors and four School Trustees. You can vote in the municipal election if you are a qualified voter and live within the District of North Vancouver. Visit Elections BC to ensure that you are on the Provincial voters list. It only takes a few minutes to register online. You can also vote if you are a qualified non-resident property elector, which means that you live elsewhere in BC and own property in the District. Visit our Election 2014 web page for further information.

Invasive Species Management

Curious about how we manage invasive species in the District? Visit dnv.org/invasivespecies for details and for info on our Pesticide Use Bylaw.