Metro Vancouver testing new alarms at Cleveland Dam and Capilano River

Metro Vancouver will begin testing new interim public-facing alarms at four sites at the Cleveland Dam and along the Capilano River starting today, May 27.

There’s still time to donate to the Mayors’ Food Bank Challenge 

During the month of May, the Mayors’ Food Bank Challenge is on to help feed those in need in the District of North Vancouver.

UPDATE (May 25): Mt. Fromme is now open

The B.C. Conservation Officer Service (COS) has reopened trails on Mt. Fromme after a negative human-bear interaction in the area on Friday, May 21.

Free bike valet service offered in Deep Cove

Cyclists visiting Deep Cove can use a free bike valet service at Panorama Park on weekends and holidays starting June 5. 

WildSafeBC community coordinator joins the District 

In partnership with the BC Conservation Foundation, the District is pleased to welcome Anna Howard as its WildSafeBC community coordinator. 

By-election 2021: Advance voting day on May 19

Wednesday, May 19, is the first day of Advance Voting for the school trustee by-election to elect one school trustee for the remainder of the four-year term ending in November 2022. You can vote at District Hall from 8am-8pm. Find details about the times and locations for the next Advance Voting Day (May 24) and General Voting Day (May 29), candidate profiles and more at our By-election 2021 section.

E-bike share program operator announced 

The City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver are pleased to announce that Lime has been selected to run a two-year e-bike share pilot beginning in the summer of 2021.

Pay parking in effect at Lynn Canyon Park starting May 17

Starting May 17, 2021, we are piloting a two-year pay parking program at Lynn Canyon Park. 

Sign up for the Alertable app to receive emergency alerts

North Shore Emergency Management is now using Alertable to send alerts for emergencies such as severe weather, natural disasters, industrial hazards, and transportation/marine spills.

National Day of Mourning

Our municipal flags are at half-staff on this National Day of Mourning to pay tribute to all who have passed away, have been or are injured, or suffer from illness due to workplace incidents.