Summer parking in Deep Cove

To keep the streets of Deep Cove safe and enjoyable for everyone this summer — and protect the surrounding trail ecosystem — we  are regulating car and tour bus traffic in the village, as well as access to Quarry Rock. Should you visit Deep Cove or Quarry Rock today? Park Rangers will be on site all summer, monitoring parking availability and trail access, and tweeting regular status updates. 

2019 Youth Award recipients announced

At a special ceremony at District Hall on May 14, Mayor and Council honoured a group of exceptional young people who are working hard to make life better for themselves, their peers, or the community, with annual Youth Awards. Each year, we give awards in four categories: 

Alternative approval process for Park Dedication Removal Bylaw 8381, 2019

The District of North Vancouver intends to adopt Park Dedication Removal Bylaw 8381, 2019. Learn about the bylaw and the process for approving it.

Plans for the new TransLink B-Line route through the District now complete

We have been working closely with TransLink to finalize the new B-Line rapid bus service route that will run along Marine Drive and Main Street across the North Shore. Final plans call for two lanes of regular traffic in both directions to be maintained. 

Nominations for Civic Recognition Awards now open

Do you know of an individual or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the community, or has achieved provincial, national, or international recognition in sports and culture? Nominate them for a Civic Recognition Award.

It's time to renew your business licence

You need a licence to conduct any business in the District. If you already have a business licence, it's time to renew it for the coming year. 

Operation Red Nose designated driver service

WATCH | Learn about the Operation Red Nose safe driver service Operation Red Nose is a designated-driver service which helps to keep our community safe during the holiday season. For the 18th year, Operation Red Nose on the North Shore is brought to you by the North Shore Rotary Clubs.

Fireworks permits now available

Halloween is just around the corner. If you plan to host a fireworks display in the District – don’t forget to get your permit!  Due to the potential risks involved, both the purchase and sale of fireworks in the District are carefully regulated.   If you want to set off fireworks on private property in the District, you must apply for a permit.  With a permit, you are allowed to purchase and set off fireworks during specific times:

We are seeking volunteers for our Advisory Design Panel

Are you interested in helping to shape the community you live in and leave a lasting legacy? We are looking for volunteers who live on the North Shore to sit on the Advisory Design Panel (ADP). The ADP is responsible for reviewing development applications and public projects against urban design objectives and advising Council and Municipal staff on the design of projects, including site layout, exterior design, building materials, landscape design, and accessibility.

Share your thoughts on our draft Community Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP)

Our draft Climate Energy and Emissions Plan (CEEP) contains a number of actions that will guide long-term planning as we work to reduce carbon emissions in the District. Please review our proposed actions, and tell us what you think.