Please help to keep catch basins clear of fallen leaves
UPDATE FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25: A wind warning has been issued for the Howe Sound area. Please use extra caution when driving due to strong winds. Also, please avoid trails and wooded areas due to the possibility of falling branches.
Due to stormy weather over the past few days, our local streets have become inundated with fallen leaves, clogging catch basins and blocking street drains. The District is asking residents and businesses to take a few minutes to clear catch basins near your property so rain water can properly drain from local streets and alleys. Your assistance clearing leaves from drains will help reduce the chance of street flooding, and assist District crews as they respond to priority situations.
And, with heavy rainfall, water levels in our local rivers and creeks are running high. Please exercise caution and stay away from the rivers’ edge, due to elevated water levels, swift moving currents, and bank erosion. Thank you!
In the wrong hands fireworks can be dangerous. Please be safe and responsible this Halloween. To fill out a fireworks permit online visit dnv.org/fireworks.
The District has begun work to develop a new more customer-focussed and easy-to-use web site. One that brings us into the 21st century and provides our residents and businesses with a seamless experience. For more details and to share your thoughts visit dnv.org/web.
Hikers on the Baden Powell Trail can now enjoy an even greater outdoor experience, thanks to a unique partnership between the District of North Vancouver and the Boyer family, and the help of hundreds of volunteers and financial contributors. All the details here.
New construction hours
9am - 3pm weekdays, some nights and weekends
Thank you for your patience as we complete this important roadwork!
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.
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.