Events linked to climate change, such as severe windstorms, drought, extreme rainfall, flooding, and sea level rise, threaten our environment, social well-being, community health, and economic resiliency. But with scientific study, careful planning, expert help, and input from residents and business owners, we're developing a comprehensive set of strategies to prepare for and respond to these growing risks, while simultaneously reducing our own contribution to climate change.
By District Staff on Monday, Apr 16, 2018
By District Staff on Friday, Jul 14, 2017
Between work, the grocery shopping, and rushing the kids off to soccer practice, we rarely see our neighbours. And when we do, they’re just as busy as we are. Truly connecting with the guy next door sometimes takes a little more than just a friendly wave over the garden roses. We want to help.
By District Staff on Friday, Apr 21, 2017
At the end of January, we joined our provincial and federal colleagues to announce joint funding for improvements to the Highway 1 interchange around Lynn Creek. It’s a significant investment in roadway improvements.
By District Staff on Friday, Mar 17, 2017
Early site preparation work on Metro Vancouver's new North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant at Pemberton Ave and West 1st Street will soon be underway. When completed, the new plant will replace the existing Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant, which no longer meets federal or provincial requirements.