In your neighbourhood

A group of kayakers on the beach in Deep Cove

Deep Cove

Bounded by the Seymour community to the west, the waters of Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm, and the wilderness forests of the North Shore mountains, Deep Cove is one of the most scenic spots in the lower mainland. 

A playing field in Delbrook Park with mountains in the background

Delbrook / Upper Lonsdale

Nestled at the forest's edge, the Delbrook /Upper Lonsdale community is a primarily residential area known for its stunning views of Vancouver, English Bay, the Lions Gate bridge and the North Shore mountains.

A street scene with large green trees in Lower Capilano

Lions Gate

Considered the western gateway into the District, and the first community you arrive in when you traverse the Lions Gate Bridge into North Vancouver, this area is home to several mature residential neighbourhoods, as well as the bustling commercial area along Marine Drive.

A townhouse development in Lower Lynn

Lynn Creek

Perched near the Second Narrows Ironworkers’ Memorial Bridge gateway, and home to Seylynn, Bridgman and InterRiver Parks, Lynn Creek is on its way to being reborn as a vibrant area in which to live, work and play. 

Crowd watching a parade in Lynn Valley

Lynn Valley

Home to some of our most visited recreational areas and celebrated for its mountain village charm, Lynn Valley is one of the District’s longest-established neighbourhoods.

A group of golfers playing a round of golf in Seymour


The Seymour community covers the largest area in the District, encompassing the Maplewood, Riverside, Seymour Heights, McCartney Woods, Windridge, Windsor Park, Northlands, Parkway, Parkgate, Indian River, and Roche Point neighbourhoods.

Snow covered mountains in Upper Capilano

Upper Capilano

Covering the slopes beneath Grouse Mountain, and defined by thick stands of mature evergreens in the ravines containing the Capilano River, and Mackay and Mosquito Creeks, Upper Capilano commands the northwest corner of the District.