Planning Vancouver Together SpPlanning Vancouver Together Spotlight: Here's What You've Told Us So Far
Welcome to Planning Vancouver Together, a once-in-a-generation opportunity to develop a long-term Vancouver Plan. Over the next three years, we'll be reaching out to all who live, work, and play in Vancouver to share their voice to develop a plan that guides future priorities for the City into 2050 and beyond! We started by listening to what Vancouver means to you.
Planning Vancouver Together SpPlanning Vancouver Together Spotlight: Your Connection to Vancouver
A long-term Vancouver Plan starts with you: find out what connects people to Vancouver now as we plan for the future.
Planning Vancouver Together SpPlanning Vancouver Together Spotlight: Your Struggles & Concerns
A long-term Vancouver Plan starts with you: find out what kinds of struggles and concerns people are facing now as we work towards a better future for our city.
The draft Vancouver Plan is heThe draft Vancouver Plan is here!
We are asking everyone who lives, works or plays in Vancouver to provide feedback on the draft Vancouver Plan, a long-term strategy to support growth and change across the city. Visit VancouverPlan.ca/getinvolved to learn more and share your feedback.
Why does the Vancouver Plan maWhy does the Vancouver Plan matter to you?
On July 22, 2022, Vancouver City Council approved the Vancouver Plan, a citywide land use strategy to create a more livable, affordable and sustainable city for everyone.
The Vancouver Plan is now the strategic framework for the city, proposing to add more housing options in complete and connected neighbourhoods, address the climate crisis, and support businesses of all sizes.
What does this all mean for you? With the help of Uytae Lee from About Here, we break it all down.
Vancouver Plan - Draft Plan - Vancouver Plan - Draft Plan - Phase 4
An overview of the draft Vancouver Plan including the land use strategy and the key policies.
Toward a More Equitable HousinToward a More Equitable Housing System
Towards a More Equitable Housing System, hosted on January 21st, 2021, focused on how the City of Vancouver can think differently about housing and the housing market to better meet the needs of its residents.
Given the reality that a majority of residents will most likely continue to live in rental housing, what does this mean for the next generation, for seniors and families, for low-income, racialized and marginalized households, and for the many others who do not see a secure housing future in Vancouver?
Closer to Home: The Case for CCloser to Home: The Case for Complete Neighbourhoods
Closer to Home: The Case for Complete Neighbourhoods, hosted on February 17, 2021, focused on the negative legacy of planning practices of the past and what it will take for us to ensure our neighbourhoods are more livable in the future.
Does strengthening individual neighbourhoods strengthen the city overall? What is our best thinking about how to meet diverse needs in our neighbourhoods?
Future Economy: Prosperous, SuFuture Economy: Prosperous, Sustainable and Resilient
Future Economy: Prosperous, Sustainable and Resilient, hosted on February 25, 2021, focused on how we transition to a city of economic health and diversity.
How will we be able to maintain a vibrant, resilient economy that creates shared prosperity, livability, affordability, and healthier lifestyles, along with sustainable cultural and economic development? How can we ensure that we are building a strong, inclusive and fair city by investing in businesses and sectors that promise fair wages and working conditions?
Planning for a Post-Pandemic CPlanning for a Post-Pandemic City
What have we learned and experienced during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic that might shape the next 30 years? How can the Vancouver Plan – a long-term strategic citywide plan – course-correct and continue to plan for a future city that is resilient to new and existing shocks and stressors, while striving for a city that truly works for all who live, work and play here?
Watch the first event in full and see what our panellists had to say.
How To Change Your City in 5 SHow To Change Your City in 5 Steps
Youth voices matter more than ever: As we plan for the future of Vancouver, we need to hear from you. Learn how you can change your city and get involved in Planning Vancouver Together -