Crews are on the scene, and we expect water in the area to be restored by about 11pm this evening.

Starting the week of December 9, 2019, approximately 30 hazard trees in the Malcolm Lowry Trail in Cates Park will be completely or partially removed for safety reasons.

Stay safe this Halloween with these helpful tips from District of North Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services and Emergency Management BC.

We are creating a new cul de sac in Lynn Valley Town Centre, and we'd like your help naming it. Review our street naming guidelines and suggest a name.

We are building a new full-size artificial turf field (ATF) in Inter River Park that will meet tournament standards, and increase the sports field availability in the park.

The Lynn Canyon suspension bridge maintenance project is complete and the bridge is now open. 

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.

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.

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:

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.