Thanksgiving message from West Vancouver Council

On behalf of West Vancouver Council, I want to wish you and your families a very happy Thanksgiving. We are so grateful to live and work in this beautiful community.Read More

Thanksgiving hours at municipal facilities

Most facilities have some Thanksgiving closures or modified hours on Monday, October 14. Here's the schedule.Read More

Be prepared, not scared: ShakeOutBC

Know what to do in an earthquake? Take part in the worldwide earthquake drill on Thursday, October 17 at 10:17 a.m.Read More

Join the Mayor for conversation and coffee

This is an opportunity to ask questions, share your feedback and get to know Mayor Mary-Ann Booth in a casual setting.Read More

Try our new waste-sorting game

What’s your recycling IQ? Find out by playing our new game, Waste Evaders—West Vancouver’s Public Space Recycling Challenge.Read More

Dog walk along the seawalk closed for annual maintenance October 2–4

Be prepared to detour around sections of the dog walk where work is taking place.Read More

Upcoming Meetings & Events

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Council's Priorities

At the beginning of their term, Council  worked together to set strategic goals and objectives that they will work toward achieving in the first two years of their term. 

Council's Priorities 2019–2020

Seismic Upgrades to Municipal Hall

The District is conducting work to seismically upgrade Municipal Hall. Visitors will notice construction fencing, changes to access within Municipal Hall and relocated visitors’ parking as a result.

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Traffic bulletin

Projects by the District of West Vancouver and partner agencies:

Short-term projects

Friday, August 16 to early-October

  • Queens Avenue, between 15th and 19th Streets, will be open to local traffic until mid-September. Details.

Starting Monday, October 7 for approximately one month, 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

  • Single lane alternating traffic on Marine Drive from Gleneagles Drive to Eagleridge Drive due to road construction

Starting Friday, November 1 for approximately one month

  • Road closure on Bellevue Avenue between 26th Street and 27th Street to facilitate slope stabilization work

Long-term projects

Starting Monday, October 7 for approximately 6–8 weeks, Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

  • Single lane alternating traffic on Royal Avenue between Bay Street and Bruce Street due to the Horseshoe Bay Streetscape Revitalization project. Details.

Starting the week of August 12

  • Intermittent traffic delays on Marine Drive between Taylor Way and Park Royal due to RapidBus (B-Line) construction. Details.

Late-August through November

  • Intermittent traffic and parking restrictions across the District for the Sewer Rehabilitation Program. Details.

For updates on traffic impacts related to the Five Creeks project, please visit:

Five Creeks Stormwater Flood Protection Project