The District of West Vancouver has developed an operating model to gradually restart services that were closed as a result of the pandemic. The first, and most important deciding factor when considering restarting any service is the safety of residents, businesses and staff. We will continue to keep the community informed of service level adjustments. To receive information by email, subscribe to e-west.
- West Vancouver's Re-start model: Read more.
- Many capital projects have been deferred as part of the 2020 Budget: Read more.
- WorkSafeBC has released guidelines to identify actions and protocols required under Phase II of the Province’s Re-Start Plan.
- Take the BC COVID-19 survey to share your experience during this pandemic and help plan BC's future. ..Read More
Before a program or service can be restored, it must be evaluated against criteria that consider WorkSafe requirements, budgets and staffing requirements. Read More
The financial impacts of the COVID pandemic will be seen throughout West Vancouver over the next year, as non-essential operations and programs are reduced.Read More
West Vancouver Council has appointed Mr. Robert Bartlett as the municipality’s new Chief Administrative Officer. Effective July 6, Robert will take on the role after the former CAO, Nina Leemhuis, retires in June.Read More
Upcoming Meetings & Events
Jun 10, 2020 - 4:00 pmMunicipal Hall, Main Floor Conference Room North, 750 17th Street
Jun 11, 2020 - 5:00 pm779 Main Street, Park Royal South
Jun 11, 2020 - 7:00 pmGleneagles Community Centre, Rainbow Room, 6262 Marine Drive
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The 2019 Annual Report will be available online on June 5, 2020 at westvancouver.ca/annualreport.
Public hearing scheduled for 7 p.m. on June 23. Learn how to participate at westvancouver.ca/publichearings.