Starting September 30, 2019, we are closing the Lynn Canyon suspension bridge for maintenance and to replace the decking. 

Update - 7pm: crews have repaired the water main along Fullerton Ave and water service has been turned back on for residents of Woodcroft Estates.

The lacrosse box at Inter River Park has been replaced and is now reopened for play.

With the federal election taking place fall 2019, there are different rules for displaying election signs, as regulated by the District of North Vancouver, Elections Canada, and Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

As part of a new adaptive mountain bike trail development on Mount Seymour, we are temporarily closing the Bridle Path Trail as we retrofit Taylor Creek Bridge. This work includes:

We are working with TransLink on road improvements that will increase mobility and safety for people who walk, bike, or drive along Tatlow Avenue.

On Thursday, August 22, 2019, Vancouver Coastal Health closed Panorama Park beach in Deep Cove to swimming due to elevated bacteria counts recorded in water quality testing. The water quality was tested again on August 23 and results came back favourable.

You may have noticed the sun is starting to set earlier, causing it to get dark before 9 pm. To help park rangers keep our visitors safe, we are adjusting the access hours for Lynn Canyon Park.

With a rise in the amount of explosive and hazardous materials being placed into our province's recycling system, Recycle BC is reminding residents to keep hazardous waste out of your curbside bin.

Starting September 2019, we are revitalizing Seylynn Park at Fern Street and Mountain Highway. Construction will be happening on the grass field in the southeast section of the park. This work includes: