Sunday, January 25, 2015
We want to hear what you think of the public realm design guidelines for the Lynn Valley Town Centre! These guidelines establish the look and feel of the public spaces — parks, greenways, plazas, streetscapes, and landscapes — within the emerging Lynn Valley Town Centre.
Monday, January 26, 2015
Help us build a made-in-Deep-Cove parking and access plan with solutions that work for everyone. Join us for a unique community dialogue February 21, 10 am - 3:30 pm at Seycove Secondary School. Pre-registration is required to participate.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
We will soon begin work to replace Keith Road Bridge, starting with tree removal along the south side of Keith Road (Lynnmouth to Mountain Hwy).
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
2015 Property Assessment notices have recently been mailed by BC Assessment, the provincial Crown Corporation that classifies and values properties in BC. This assessment reflects the value of your home as of July 1, 2014, and is used to determine your property taxes.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Following extensive public consultation, the draft Lynn Valley Town Centre Public Realm Guidelines are ready for your review and feedback. These guidelines establish the look and feel of the public spaces within the emerging Lynn Valley Town Centre.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
2015 North Shore Tri-municipal Community Grant application forms are now online. The deadline to apply is Friday, January 30th at 4:30pm. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept late applications.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Due to this week's rockslide into the Seymour River, you should expect extensive trail closures on Fisherman's Trail, Homestead Trail, Twin Bridges Trail, Riverside Drive, Hyannis Point, Circuit 8, Incline Trail, and east side trail network.
District Mayor Richard Walton joined Andrew Saxton, Member of Parliament for North Vancouver, and Naomi Yamamoto, Minister of State for Tourism and Small Business for British Columbia and MLA for North Vancouver-Lonsdale, on behalf of Todd Stone, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure for British Columbia, as they announced that funding is being set aside to build a new interchange where Highway 1 intersects with Mountain Highway. Find more details here.
The District has begun work to develop a new more customer-focussed and easy-to-use web site. One that brings us into the 21st century and provides our residents and businesses with a seamless experience.
Between Skyline and Grouse
Upper Powerline Trail, between Skyline and Grouse, remains closed as we carry out trailwork and bridge repair. We expect to re-open the trail at year-end and will keep you posted.
In order to assist residents, North Vancouver District will waive building and electrical permit fees and expedite permit processing for property owners needing to carry out repairs to their properties as a direct result of the recent flooding.
On November 3 and 4, the North Shore experienced high intensity rainfall that lasted several hours, resulting in flooding. District staff continue to assess infrastructure damage and are working to keep culverts and drainage basins clear in preparation for future storms.
District staff are also visiting area residences to assess damage to private property. If you experienced damage to your property as a result of the recent flood, and if you have not already reported to the District, please contact us at 604-990-2311.
Were you affected by the recent flooding on November 3 and 4? You may be eligible for financial support under British Columbia’s Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) Program. Assistance is available to qualifying homeowners, residential tenants (renters), small business owners, and charitable organizations that incurred more than $1,000 of uninsurable damage during the recent flooding. Click here for more information. Information is also available on the Emergency Management BC website.