All Capital Projects

Update (Oct. 2020): A Stronger Vancouver initiative was placed on hold in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City Manager's Recommended 2021-22 Budget includes revisiting the initiative in 2021. It is anticipated that City Council will begin discussions about a path forward in early 2021.

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Improve streets, sidewalks, lighting, pedestrian crossing, signals, public spaces & landscaping in key commercial districts throughout the city
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Replace Fire Stations 3 & 6 to improve response times and preparedness and resilience for first responders
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Renovate and seismically upgrade Fire Stations 4, 5 and 8 to improve preparedness and resilience for first responders
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Replace the Public Works Operations Center to improve preparedness and operational efficiency 
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Redesign and rebuild Marine Park and Bagley Park to improve picnic, play and interactive space and enable these parks to host community events
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Add three new dog parks to David Douglas, Marine and Fenton Parks
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Build nine new neighborhood parks in areas of the city where they currently do not exist  

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Improve 14 parks across the city by replacing playground equipment and upgrading park  features, such as tables, benches, paths and signage