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Share your thoughts on proposed E29th St safety improvements

Following more than a year of consultation and study in partnership with the City of North Vancouver, we have identified a number of options for improving safety along E. 29th Street for people walking, riding bikes, driving, and taking transit. 

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 Fire & Rescue Services Chief announced

Today we announced that Brian Hutchinson has been appointed our new Chief of Fire & Rescue Services. 

East 29th Street safety improvements

We are working with the City of North Vancouver to identify ways to improve safety along E. 29th Street. Learn more about potential improvements, and find out how you can have a say.

Christmas tree recycling in the District

You have two options for recycling your Christmas tree: take it to a chipping event, or treat it like other yard trimmings for curbside disposal.

2018-2022 Draft Financial Plan (budget) ready for review and feedback

Our Draft 2018-2022 Financial Plan contains our proposed operating and capital budget, highlights of our work program, and the proposed tax increase for 2018. Please review the draft budget workbook, then let us know what you think.

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 

Community Heritage Award nominations are now being accepted

Through our Community Heritage Advisory Committee, we want to recognize and honour special projects and accomplishments in the field of heritage conservation. The Community Heritage Awards are given in recognition of the efforts of individuals and groups involved in promoting heritage within the District.

2017 Civic Recognition Award recipients announced

Mayor Walton and Council presented Civic Recognition Awards to a number of DNV residents to honour their commitment to helping make the District a great place to live, work, and play.

Our wildfire fuel reduction program resumes November 14

On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, work to reduce the potential for wildfires to spread rapidly from our forests to our urban areas (the 'wildland urban interface') will resume.

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