News

DNV Cycles: Building a complete and connected cycling network

We're working to provide a safe and efficient cycling network for people of all ages and abilities across the District.

COVID-19 safety measures for Council meetings

We've made a number of adjustments to our Council meeting process to ensure we are complying with provincial safety standards.

Wildfire fuel reduction program postponed until October 2020

Work to reduce the potential for wildfires to spread rapidly from our forests to our urban areas (the 'wildland urban interface') will resume October 2020.

Completion of Interchange on Highway 1 provides North Shore traffic relief

The Mountain Highway Interchange on Highway 1 is now complete, marking a milestone for the Lower Lynn Improvement Project.

Upcoming excavation and clean up of site on Dollarton Hwy

WATCH | How we're restoring and enhancing a former waste dump site We are completing an environmental clean up of the former road construction waste dump on Dollarton Highway, the proposed location of the Maplewood Fire and Rescue Centre.

Provide your feedback on the Gallant Avenue pilot project

We're supporting Deep Cove's local businesses, improving traffic circulation, and promoting the continued safe enjoyment of Deep Cove for both residents and visitors, by piloting an expanded pedestrian and seating area on Gallant Avenue.

2019 Annual Report now available for review

The 2019 Annual Report provides all of the elements of annual reporting as outlined in the Community Charter.  Review it online, or pick up a printed copy at District Hall or District Libraries (by appointment)

NVDPL Express

North Vancouver District Public Library (NVDPL) staff have been working hard to serve our community through Library Takeout, NVDPL From Home, and virtual programming. The new NVDPL Express program was recently launched, which is the first step to reintroducing some in-person services at our libraries. Starting July 7, services include:

Playgrounds reopening starting June 1

Playgrounds across the North Shore will begin reopen on Monday, June 1. Crews are preparing to welcome the community back to outdoor playgrounds, which have been closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Letter to the Community from Your North Shore Mayors

We write to you today on behalf of the members of all three Councils, who care deeply about the health and well-being of those who live and work on the North Shore.  It has been heartbreaking to learn that COVID-19 has caused the passing of a number of our residents, and our sincere condolences go out to their families and friends. 

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