Update regarding accommodation, donations, and support for Lynn Valley fire evacuees

Residents impacted by this week’s fire at the Mountain Village Complex in Lynn Valley met with representatives from various support agencies last night. Here is an update regarding accommodation, donations, and support for evacuees.

Update on yesterday's fire in Lynn Valley

North Shore Emergency Management is assisting displaced residents and connecting them with all available services. If you were affected by the fire, learn how you can get assistance, and if you'd like to help, learn what you can do.

Changes to building permit requirements coming July 1, 2018

Effective July 1, 2018, we will be implementing the BC Energy Step Code, a provincial standard that provides an incremental and consistent approach to achieving more energy-efficient buildings.

We are now recruiting workers for the upcoming election

Are you interested in working during the 2018 General Local Election? We are recruiting for our election team, and have a number of paid positions available.

2018 Youth Award winners announced

At a special ceremony at District Hall on May 1, 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.

Summer parking and access improvements at Lynn Canyon and Deep Cove

Lynn Canyon and Deep Cove/Quarry Rock are extremely popular international tourist destinations, and the number of people who visit these areas continues to climb. To keep these popular local resources safe and enjoyable for everyone this summer, we are making a number of improvements.

Youth Awards nominations now open

Do you know an exceptional young person who is working hard to make life better for themselves, their peers, or the community? Let us help you celebrate it with a Youth Award, presented at a special celebration at District Hall on May 1, 2018.

New summer lawn watering regulations take effect May 1, 2018

To reduce the demand for drinking water during the summer months, Metro Vancouver has developed a new Water Conservation Plan. Learn about the news rules for lawn watering.

Reuniting the District and City of North Vancouver

District Council is exploring the possibility of reuniting the District and City of North Vancouver under one central administration. Learn more and have your say.

Streamlining the building process with a new Construction Bylaw

The Province of BC has introduced a new Building Act designed to modernize and streamline the building regulatory system, along with new standards for achieving more energy-efficient buildings. In response, we have have made changes to a number of our bylaws, policies, and guidelines