Have your say: new playground at Bridgman Park

We are replacing the playground at Bridgman Park. We've developed two design options and would like to hear your feedback.

Visible changes to trees in the DNV forests

Discoloured trees are appearing in significant numbers in the forested areas of our community. We are working with Metro Vancouver and the Province to assess the damage to our forests and determine potential next steps

Newest rainbow crosswalk in the DNV

Today, we are happy to unveil the latest rainbow crosswalk in the District. It spans Mountain Highway at Ross Road, adjacent to the Lynn Valley Library.

Extreme heat warning issued

North Shore residents are being advised to stay cool and hydrated after a heat warning has been issued by Environment Canada for the region.

DNV recognizes National Indigenous Peoples Day

Today, the DNV recognizes National Indigenous Peoples Day and honours the culture and history of  local First Nations, the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and all Indigenous communities.

Have your say: Livable Deep Cove

In 2020, we created a temporary pedestrian zone on lower Gallant Avenue to provide more space for gathering safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join the new Climate Action Advisory Committee

We’re creating a healthier, more sustainable community. Add your voice and a community perspective to help shape the policies and actions we’re taking to achieve our climate action targets, prepare for future climate impacts, and protect and enhance ecosystem health and biodiversity.

Provincial and federal governments provide funding for Deep Cove village improvements

Today, the governments of Canada and British Columbia announced a $3.3 million investment towards improvements to Deep Cove’s village core along lower Gallant Avenue. The funding come through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program’s COVID-19 Community Resilience stream. Read the press release 

Funding for new affordable housing secured for District

BC Housing has announced that the proposal for an 86-unit, four-storey affordable rental building at 600 West Queens in the District of North Vancouver has been approved to receive a grant from its Community Housing Fund.

North Shore Homelessness Action Initiative

The recently launched North Shore Homelessness Action Initiative (NSHAI) is a cross-jurisdictional committee created to enhance coordination across the North Shore with the goal of preventing and alleviating homelessness in our communities.