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Seylynn Bridgman Parks Revitalization

Review display boards & fill out a comment form

Thank you to everyone who attended our Seylynn and Bridgman Parks Revitalization open house on June 26. Review the all the material from the open house and fill out a feedback form here. The deadline for submitting your feedback form is August 1.


Indian River Drive paving

July 28 - 30

Crews will be paving Indian River Drive beginning Monday, July 28. This project is expected to take three days to complete (weather permitting) and will involve periodic road closures during the day and nighttime closures from 12am-5am. We appreciate your patience as we complete this important work. 


Check out our new Property Viewer App!

More info, improved performance, better maps, works on any device

We've given our popular properties app a facelift. That means you can now access a wealth of property-related information on your phone or tablet as well as on your laptop or desktop computer. Check it out here. And, after you've given it a try, we'd love to hear from you through our online feedback form.


Keith Road Bridge Replacement Project

Park Dedication Removal Bylaw/Alternative Approval Process

To accommodate construction of the new Keith Road Bridge and adjacent road widening, the District will need to remove a narrow strip of embankment land from Bridgman/Seylynn parks, along the curb on the south side of Keith Road. Under the Community Charter, the District cannot remove a park dedication without the approval of the electors. If you wish to object to the removal of this land from the park, you must file an Elector Response Form by the August 29 deadline. Click here to learn more. It is important to note that a piece of land north of the roadway which is greater than that being removed south of the roadway is being rezoned to park status as replacement park land. 


Check out this great career opportunity

Are you a designated Accountant with experience planning in a capital intensive environment, ensuring compliance with budget management parameters, and open to engaging a wide community of interests in your planning process? If you can enthusiastically answer yes, then check out our Section Manager – Financial Planning position. Your perfect job may be right here!


New Community Recreation Centre - Update

Tree removal begins July 8; extensive replanting planned

You will notice increased activity at the construction site for the District’s new Community Recreation Centre as tree removal begins over the next three weeks to accommodate the new facility. Extensive replanting is planned for this area, with a ratio of three trees planted for every one removed. Visit our project web page for further information.


Stay pool-safe this season

Residents are reminded to exercise caution around pools

Summer is here! As our thoughts turn to fun in the sun, we’d like to remind you to stay safe when you’re enjoying backyard pools. In particular, children should never be left unattended in or near a pool.

District Bylaw 7353 requires that all outdoor pools and uncovered spas/hot tubs must be enclosed with a non-climbable 4 foot (122 cm) high fence. All gates must be self-closing and self-latching. In lieu of a fence, spas and hot tubs may have a solid, lockable cover that prevents unauthorized access. It is the responsibility of property owners and occupants to ensure that all fences, gates and locking spa covers are maintained in good working order at all times and to recognize that they may need to be repaired, upgraded or replaced over time.

For more pool safety information and other important tips for you and your children please visit the Red Cross and Health Canada websites. Thank you for ensuring that your pool remains a safe place to play!


Mayors deliver regional transportation strategy to Minister

At the request of Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone, the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation has delivered a 30-year transportation strategy and identified the first 10 years of investment priorities for Metro Vancouver. The strategy aims to reduce congestion, increase livability and provide residents with greater transportation choices. Learn more here.
 


Design work begins to replace the Keith Road Bridge

Work expected to begin in early 2015

With improved traffic flow and reduced congestion in mind, the District of North Vancouver has begun design work to replace the 70-year old Keith Road Bridge over Lynn Creek. The new bridge and roadway will enable a more efficient commute, improve east-west connectivity through the District and support future Highway 1 improvements. Curious what the new bridge and surrounding roadway will look like? Check out the plans and drawings and visit our project page for more information.