The City of Vancouver’s Northeast False Creek Plan sets the long-term vision for the last remaining piece of large undeveloped land in the downtown along False Creek.

The City of Vancouver’s False Creek Flats Plan is a long-term vision for the area to become more productive, sustainable, and connected to the rest of our city. The plan recognizes the unique qualities of this neighbourhood and the important economic role it plays in Vancouver. 

The City of Vancouver’s Broadway Plan report presents a major planning initiative to develop a comprehensive land use policy plan for the Broadway area to integrate development with the future transit along and around the Millennium Line Broadway Extension (Broadway Extension).

The purpose of the City of Vancouver’s Chinatown Revitalization project is to preserve Chinatown’s unique heritage while bringing new life to the community.

The Creative City Strategy strategy aims to develop a comprehensive plan and vision for culture and creativity in Vancouver.

Housing Vancouver (2018-2027) is the City of Vancouver’s vision for ensuring that Vancouver can be a home for people of all incomes and backgrounds, by prioritizing affordable housing and making housing markets work for all people who live and work in the City.

The Georgia Strait Alliance’s Waterfront Initiative is a stakeholder-driven network of 200 groups dedicated to defining a common agenda that paves the way to build a prosperous and resilient waterfront.

Click the image to download the summary document for the Northeast False Creek Great Streets Workshop held on September 29, 2016. The feedback from this session will help inform the City of Vancouver’s street design for Georgia Street, the new Pacific Boulevard and Main Street.

The Great Canadian Catholic Hospital History Project documents the legacy and contributions of the Congregations of Religious Women in Canada, their mission in health care, and the founding and operation of Catholic hospitals. Download St. Paul’s Hospital: A Proud Tradition of Compassionate Care.

The City of Vancouver’s Healthy City for All: Vancouver’s Healthy City Strategy 2014-2025 Phase 1 is a long-term and integrated plan encourages residents to think, act and work together in new ways to change the conditions that impact the health and well-being of people, places and the planet.

The Greenest City Action Plan detailed how Vancouver will become the greenest city in the world by 2020.

Analysis: Referendum is challenge like no other in TransLink’s tortured history—Reporter Jeff Nagel’s comprehensive overview of the history of TransLink and teh background behind Metro Vancouver  transportation referendum.

mayors council on regional transportation

The Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation, representing 23 local elected governments in Metro Vancouver, have worked together to develop a common vision and action plan for our transportation system that will protect our regional economy, our environment, our health and quality of life.

The City of Vancouver’s Transportation 2040 plan provides a vision for how people and goods will move in and around Vancouver for the next 30 years, October 2012.

In 2013, community members supported a set of emerging and refined plan directions, including the West End Community Values, which helped shape the community plan. The West End Community Plan focuses on neighbourhood character, housing, local business, heritage, and transportation and parking.

The City of Vancouver’s April 2012 Transportation Plan Update is now available and can be downloaded on their website. It includes timeline, goals and context, trends and targets, and policy themes and highlights, May 29, 2012.

Central Area Planner Kevin McNaney’s July 2007 Vancouver Metro Core Jobs and Economy Land Use Plan.

Metro Core Jobs & Economy Land Use Plan:

The Metro Core Jobs and Economy Land Use Plan is a major planning initiative launched by Vancouver City Council in 2005 to develop a long term land use policy plan to accommodate the future economy and jobs in the Metropolitan Core of Vancouver. The Metro Core extends from 16th Ave north to Burrard Inlet, between Clark Drive on the east and Burrard Street on the west.