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City of Vancouver 38m
"The City of Vancouver is among BC municipalities looking to broaden the pool of artists in its program to include more emerging artists." Read more in 's article:
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Replying to @Many_Faces_
Thank you for letting us know! This has been reported via case # 13147268. ^SH
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Replying to @danielcurtis34
Hi Daniel parking enforcement related requests can not be submitted through Twitter due to time sensitivity. Please call 3-1-1 and the IVR will direct you to Parking Enforcement. ^SH
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City of Vancouver 15h
The system we use for permits and business licences will be undergoing an upgrade this weekend. It will be unavailable from Friday at 5pm until Monday at 6am. Make sure to plan your online applications for permits and licences around the outage.
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Vancouver Park Board 16h
TONIGHT at John Hendrey Park ☀️🚒💦
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City of Vancouver 18h
We’ll be launching the City-wide Plan consultation process this fall, and want to hear from all communities – current and future. Sign up for email updates and learn more at .
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City of Vancouver 18h
Replying to @spadez10000
Thanks for your feedback. We have passed it along to the appropriate department. ^LM2
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City of Vancouver 20h
Last week, one person lost their life to a suspected overdose in . Read what we’re doing to respond to the crisis here: *Data subject to change upon release of BC Coroners Service Report.
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City of Vancouver 21h
Thanks to everyone who came to our latest open houses! Take our survey until July 28 to share your thoughts on the draft guiding principles and community values:
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City of Vancouver 21h
Hi Paul, you can contact the non emergency number (604) 717-3321 and they'll be able to help you with the unused bear spray. ^JL
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Vancouver Park Board Jul 17
Trout Lake has been closed to swimming due to high E.coli levels. provides water quality reports and has advised of the latest sample counts. Visit … for details and respect signage placed at the beach.
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
Replying to @vcinbc
This has been reported via case 13143417. Thank you. ^AS
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
It's been 10 years since the first Burrard Bridge walking and cycling improvements. In 2017, we made improvements that highlighted the bridge’s unique heritage, earning a 2019 Outstanding Heritage Conservation Award from Heritage BC.
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
Get involved in ! We're looking for working group members to help us examine areas such as health/safety, public spaces, culture, heritage, community relations and affordability to keep Chinatown vibrant and authentic. Sign up today at
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
Replying to @spadez10000
Hi, we have reported this to the appropriate department. Thanks^SS
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
Replying to @TheSamanthaMack
Hi, please give us a call by dialing 311 within Vancouver or 604.873.7000 in order to look into this further. We are open daily from 7 am to 10 pm. Thanks^SS
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
Replying to @nasser_lalji
Hi Nasser, please provide the meter number so that we can report it for repair. Thanks^SS
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
Replying to @VictoriaJoss
Hi, as per our road closures map i dont see construction which would be causing delays in that immediate area. There is construction work nearby on Gilford st from Haro st to Robson st. Please see: Thx^SS
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
City Council has approved the launch of the City-wide Plan in fall 2019. We will be seeking broad public input to create a plan that collectively guides us to 2050 and beyond. Sign up for updated and learn more at .
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City of Vancouver Jul 17
We’re out and about this summer to hear what you have to say on current housing choices in low-density neighbourhoods. If you can’t visit our next pop-up, you can always fill out our survey . Have your say today!
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